visualgraphc:

Did I ever showed you theseHansje van Halem

Tali Bayer

nothingtochance:

YEARS 1 to 4 / Lotta Nieminen

Visual identity and layout for the written part of my BFA thesis. Narrower, colored pages
were used throughout the book to display textual and visual references.

observatoiredugraphisme:

http://www.thesecretfolder.com/Salt-Stone

theshitifind:

https://www.behance.net/gallery/20165073/Popotes

showslow:

Andrew B. Myers

nae-design:

2011 Good Design Award winning towels with Japanese kimono motifs.

pizzzatime:

magictransistorClaude Paradin. Devises Héroïques. 1551.

dadushin:

Crop from a piece I did for the MIT Technology Review about paying with smartphones. Thanks Jordan!

womenofgraphicdesign:

I Love Typography has posted a great article that traces the history of the earliest recorded female printers and typographers, illuminating the contributions of women like Estellina Conat in 1476 and printer Anna Rügerin in 1484, and briefly touching on their predecessors—female scribes involved in manuscript production.  

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