Edenspiekermann developed a dynamic typographic concept and logo that are based on the customer experience inside and outside the museum walls. It is both graphic and sculptural and becomes visible due to the interplay between light and shadow. They used Kris Sowersby’s beautifully crafted contemporary typeface ‘Karbon’ and brought it to life with the help […]
Cityroom (The New York Times), has invited 8 designers to critique the new NYC Taxi Logo: Perhaps not since 1970, when all medallion cabs were required by law to be painted yellow (to distinguish them from gypsy cabs), has the face of the New York City taxi changed so noticeably. City Room asked a number […]
Just amazing…:) We have interviewed Si Scott on this blog approximately one year ago, and since then, he kept getting better and better. He designed/illustrated & art directed this Resonate series, for a new monthly music collective which is going to be released every month in a poster packaging format with a different animal each […]
Ok, you problably know this, but I had never seen this logo before: The first Apple’s logotype, designed by Ronald Wayne. Wow… and check the first computer, the Apple I: Long live Wikipedia (Typography of Apple Inc).
The first book devoted entirely to typographic tattoos. It has been called INSPIRING, SHOCKING, AND VOYEURISTIC… BODY TYPE explores the ideas and emotions behind this indelible commitment. From Shakespeare to Radiohead, from Dante to James Joyce, from celebrations of love to homage and memorial, the wide breadth of messages captured provides insight into the human […]
With her first line of clothing due to cause riots in Topshop at the beginning of next month, plus other projects in the pipeline, Brand Moss has arrived, her new image sealed by an identity masterminded by Peter Saville, in collaboration with typographer Paul Barnes. Read the full article at Creative Review.
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