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Print is back! The renowned culture brand to be relaunched in 2020

2019-12-12T12:19:24+01:00December 12th, 2019|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Tags  printing, magazine, print, Daily Heller, Debbie Millman, Steven Heller, Andrew Gibbs, Jessica Deseo, Laura Des Enfants, Graphic Design, Print Regional Design Awards, awards, Print Holdings LLC, William Edwin Rudge This December, Print magazine, an online authority on graphic, interactive and brand design and their influences on visual culture, announces new ownership and its continued presence in [...]

Social Poster Exhibition: time for graphic design to teach us kindness

2019-12-11T12:19:13+01:00December 11th, 2019|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Tags  Gabriel Benderski, Uruguayan Ministry of Education and Culture, Toronto, posters, tolerance, activism, artivism, social change, Graphic Design, Mirko Ilic Promoting tolerance among nations through the art of the poster is a mission Typeroom approves and Gabriel Benderski is an artivist whose portfolio speaks of the importance of human rights in times of need .  Born [...]

Graphic Design Festival Scotland 2019: Lamm & Kirch & more winning posters to inspire

2019-12-09T12:19:13+01:00December 9th, 2019|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Tags  posters, competition, Graphic Design Festival Scotland, Lamm & Kirch, Mark Bohle, Nam Huynh, Former Vives, exhibition, festival, book, publication, limited Since launching in 2014 Graphic Design Festival Scotland has received more than 38,000 poster submissions from over 100+ countries fo its International Poster Competition from established agencies and budding designers alike from all corners of [...]

From the New York Times to Pentagram sky is the limit for multi-awarded Matt Willey

2019-12-07T12:19:33+01:00December 7th, 2019|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Tags  Matt Willey, New York Times Magazine, New York Times, Pentagram, graphic designer, Type designer, books, Bristol, New York, Avaunt, Port, magazine, newspaper, The Independent I was born with severe hearing loss. My parents were told I would never be able to speak properly or go to a normal school. That, more than anything else, [...]

PlayStation turns 25: the good, the bad and the glorious logos revealed

2019-12-06T12:19:13+01:00December 6th, 2019|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Tags  SONY, PlayStation, gaming, console, Japan, custom typeface, Manabu Sakamoto, logos On December 3rd, 1994, history happened with a little help from SONY. On that day, the PlayStation launched in Japan and the company entered the video game industry with Playstation -changing the core of it almost overnight.  Twenty-five years later the Playstation saga continues [...]

Remembering Gerard Unger: thanks to Ashler Design every type design of the legend is back online

2019-12-05T12:19:11+01:00December 5th, 2019|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Tags  type design, Type designer, Gerard Unger, typefaces, fonts, Ashler, Spain, website, origins, archive, tribute, Gerry Leonidas From Markeur, his first-ever professional type design for Joh back in 1972 to Sanserata, his latest type design in 2016 Gerard Unger’s legacy is alive and kicking in full force again online.  Spain based Ashler Design, a collaboration between [...]

FENTY for the win: how Commission Studio branded Rihanna’s urban luxe label

2019-12-04T12:19:13+01:00December 4th, 2019|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Tags  FENTY, LVMH, Rihanna, visual identity, branding, fashion, fashion house, Commission Studio, Graphic Design, logo, london, Grilli Type, awards After just six months in business, Rihanna's historic luxury fashion house FENTY has been presented with the Urban Luxe award by the British Fashion Council at this year’s Fashion Awards 2019. “Contextualising Rihanna isn’t easy – [...]

Nouvelle type: Jean Fouchet’s title design legacy will make you weep

2019-12-03T12:19:09+01:00December 3rd, 2019|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Tags  title design, cinematography, typography, opening credits, Jean Fouchet, La Nouvelle Vague, French Typography, New Wave, France, movies Long before La La Land, there was a French anti-musical which launched Catherine Deneuve’s iconic career and made filmgoers weep for love does not conquer all in Jacques Demy’s movie musical Les parapluies de Cherbourg (The Umbrellas [...]