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The Iconic Images of John Van Hamersveld

A look at the art movements of the 20th century lists everything from Art Deco, Cubism and Dada to Surrealism, Op Art and Pop Art, but it often skips over the one movement that embodied the youth culture of the mid-century – the psychedelic images of the 1960s and 1970s. Perhaps no one influenced that [...]

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Irma Boom Captures the Essence of Chanel No.5

Celebrated Dutch book designer Irma Boom continues to push the boundaries of book design by defying the conventional use of publishing materials and printing. Boom’s special edition for Chanel No. 5 is loaded with images and text and uses absolutely no ink. The sheets are completely white and blind embossed throughout. The result is sensual, [...]

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The Art of Book Cover Design

Designing a book cover is an exercise in balance. The image or graphic has to distill the story without giving away the plot. It has to create “shelf presence” to entice shoppers to pick up the book for a closer look. It has to avoid false advertising, but can’t be boring, even if the content [...]

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The Backstory Behind “Obsessions”

At age 68 when Kit left his partnership at Pentagram after 23 years to set up his own independent studio, we discussed how it would give him the luxury of doing what he wanted to do simply because he wanted to do it. Since I’m not that far behind him in years, I understood the [...]

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Evolution of a Typographical Zoo

Print or digital? That’s a debate that is roiling the publishing business. Here’s an example of a book that can live comfortably in both realms. Back in 2000, New York-based Brazilian designer Roberto de Vicq de Cumptich created a charming ABC picture book as a present for his then two-year-old daughter. Known for integrating typography [...]

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Jekyll & Hyde: A Moving Story

New technologies go through a number of phases as they progress from “drawing board” idea to prototype to public awareness, assessment of possibilities, learning and experimentation, to practical applications. Augmented reality (AR) seems to be in the late experimentation phase, although some very practical commercial uses are being introduced. Here two Swiss AR experts Martin [...]

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UCLA Extension’s Masters of Design

The covers of most university catalogs typically show photos of the campus or students lounging around the quad, or just present a plain typographic title. The covers for the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Extension catalog are an exception to the norm. Since 1990, they have featured the works of several of the world’s [...]

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Herself Magazine: Fashion Make-Believe

Herself Magazine is a bi-annual, all-illustrated fashion publication produced in the UK. Virtually every image shows celebrity “models” (living, dead and animated) wearing high fashion apparel and jewelry by the likes of Valentino, Yves Saint Laurent, Prada, Gucci, Chanel, Boucheron and Faberge. The models’ poses and background settings all look like they were copied from [...]

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IKEA Catalog Combines Print with Digital

IKEA is redefining retail catalogs by making theirs come alive. On July 31, the Swedish ready-to-assemble home furnishings giant will begin sending their 2013 edition, so keep your smartphone handy. Interspersed throughout the catalog are augmented reality codes that you can access by downloading a free IKEA catalog app onto your Android or iPhone. Look [...]

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Sappi Standard 5 Begs to Be Touched

When you are given an assignment to demonstrate the awesome special effects possible on paper, you need subject matter worthy of such dazzling printing feats. Superheroes. Pirates. Bigfoot. Weird larger-than-life creatures. Spies. It didn’t take long to figure out where to find all of them in one place – at 826 National, a nonprofit network [...]

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Noma Bar Goes 3-D for Wallpaper* Magazine

With London-based Israeli illustrator Noma Bar, viewers have to look at his work at least twice — once to see the image in the positive space and again to see how the shape of the negative space creates a whole other picture. That’s the way Bar likes it. “Most of my images are not immediately [...]

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Is Publishing Dead?

Turn up the sound and pay attention to the words all the way through. This video titled “The End of Publishing” was presented by Penguin CEO John Makinson at an internal sales meeting. It was so well-received that Penguin decided to share it with a wider online audience. Prepared by the marketing arm of Dorling [...]

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Lacoste : The Man, the Brand,
the Online Pop-Up Book

Lacoste has borrowed a page from real printed books, and gone one better, with this engaging online pop-up book dedicated to its founder Rene Lacoste. The six-chapter story is set to a lively ragtime tune and sound effects. Clicking on a chapter prompts visuals to pop up, and following the finger-pointing tab reveals a “gatefold” [...]

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Books That Make You Feel

Aside from the fact that these are charming images embroidered by New York-based illustrator Jillian Tamaki, the covers of Penguin Threads Classics signal yet another move to define non-electronic publishing as more than a vehicle for communications. Traditional publishers can no longer assume that readers will stay loyal to print because e-books are harder to [...]

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Little White Lies – About How a Magazine Is Made

This is a video about the making of a magazine that is about the making of films. Little White Lies (LWLies) is an independent British film magazine produced by The Church of London creative agency. In 2001, while at university studying graphic design, Danny Miller co-founded Little White Lies as a final degree project. His [...]

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A Bibliophile’s Addiction by Kit Hinrichs

Editor’s note: Anybody who has been around Kit Hinrichs for long knows that he can’t resist beautifully designed books, especially if they are on design and typography. So, we asked him to tell us his favorite books from 2010 and why he liked them. We made him cull his favorites down to 9. Here’s what [...]

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    • Ziba is an innovation and design consultancy that creates beautiful experiences.


    • Good design inspires people to take action. Great ideas change the world.
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    • When it Comes to High-Efficiency,
      the Choice is Yours.

    • Redefining What’s Possible Through the Power of Design

    • IDEO is an innovation and design firm that uses a human-centered, design-based approach to help organizations in the business, government, education, and social sectors innovate and grow.

    • Multidisciplinary design firm with offices worldwide, specializing in graphic design, architecture, interactive and industrial design.

    • San Francisco-based Studio Hinrichs, a multi-disciplinary design firm, annually releases a typographic calendar featuring twelve unique typefaces selected by international members of AGI. The 2014 Typography Calendar is available now.

  • arktype.nl

    This unique architectural typography book was recently released from designers René Knip and Janno Hahn.

    Gung Hay Fat Choy!

    Designer/illustrator Craig Frazier commemorated the “Year of the Horse” with this poster.

    Lettering Large

    Monumental typography
    is the latest book on environmental design
    by Steven Heller and Mirko Ilić.

    AIGA InsideOut SF

    Brian Jacobs of Brick Design created this Golden Gate Poster for AIGA InsideOut SF.

    Pretty Pictures

    A beautiful monograph of the work of Canadian artist Marian Bantjes created between 2003–2012.

    Sunbeam Rd. "Breathers"

    Music and graphics by Brick designer Clive Hacker, the new Breathers LP is out in 12” vinyl and digital download.

    Shadow Type

    The latest typographic book by Steve Heller and Louise Fili.

    Puffin Chalk

    "Chalk Queen", Dana Tanamachi, illustrated and hand lettered a series of gorgeous covers for classic stories published by Puffin Books.

    Deceptive Practice

    Showing around the U.S. a documentary that highlights the astounding visual magic of Ricky Jay.

    Boston Marathon Tribute

    The May cover of Boston Magazine, photographed by Mitchell Feinberg, needs no words to explain.

    A 20th Century Look at Environmental Design

    A look at the intimate relationship between graphic design and architecture in the 20th century by Richard Poulin.

    Gung Hay Fat Choy!

    Designer/illustrator Craig Frazier commemorated the “Year of the Snake” with this poster.

    Graphic Art & Design Annual 11–12

    DNP Foundation for Cultural Promotion introduces its latest design annual from Tokyo.

    German Chocolate Packaging

    When you are in Munich visit Cafe Luitpold for fabulous coffee, cake with schlagsahne, and unique chocolate packaging.

    Spark Design Awards Annual

    The release of the first Spark Design Awards Annual is slated for August 25th.

    Primo Angeli’s
    Winning Poster

    This poster by San Francisco-based designer Primo Angeli was named the winner of the 2012 U.S. Olympic Committee poster competition.

    SFMTA Rebrand

    The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency recently unveiled it's new logo, designed by Paul Miller of Method Design.

    Girls Scouts’ 100th Anniversary Stamp

    Just released, this centennial Girl Scout stamp is designed by Craig Frazier.

    100 Ideas That Changed Graphic Design

    One of a new series of books on 100 ideas That Changed Graphic Design, Film, Fashion, and Architecture by Steven Heller and Véronique Vienne. Bravo!

    The Build Network

    The Build Network is a resource for business executives that features a print publication, website, and forum. Its untraditional publication Build focuses big ideas a collection of page stories.

    Vote for Your
    Favorite Park

    Coca-Cola is hosting its 3rd annual "America Is Your Park" campaign, asking Americans to vote for their favorite park. Winning parks will be awarded $100,000.

    Great British
    Fashion Stamps

    This stamp, which features a Vivienne Westwood outfit, is part of a 10 piece set that honors British fashion legends throughout the decades from Paul Smith to Alexander McQueen.

    Another Book…

    Within the proliferation of design books, Stefan Sagmeister's innovative books always bring a wit, intelligence, and just plain fun to the world of design.

    Your Profit
    Is My Fear

    Jean-Benoit Levy, noted Swiss poster designer, created this poster concerning the powerless position an individual has facing the war effort throughout the world.

    Altered Lanscape

    Altered Landscape, a celebration of the Nevada Museum of Art's 80th Anniversary is now on exhibition in Reno, Nevada. A lavish book, designed by Brad Bartlett.

    Vanishing Species Stamp

    This commemorative stamp, featuring an Amur tiger cub, is the latest edition to the USPS campaign to raise funds for vanishing species. It was illustrated by Nancy Stahl.

    Limited Edition 9/11 Poster Available

    Studio Hinrichs has produced a limited edition 9/11 commemorative poster to benefit the NYC Firefighters Brotherhood Foundation.

    Spark Pro Competition

    The 2011 Spark Competition registration runs through September–November and is open to all designers, architects, and industrial designers.

    Happy Birthday Hatch Show Print!

    A Nashville original, Hatch Show Print celebrates its 132nd year as a letterpress shop. They have created posters for America's country and western stars for generations.

    Cheeky Covers

    Bloomberg Businessweek introduces two covers for the Valentines issue on the "Infidelity Economy". Click here to peek at the men's cover.

    Industrial Designer Stamps

    United States Postal Service announces the publication of 12 commemorative stamps on American Industrial Designers in July 2011.

    Happy Lunar
    New Year!

    @issue team wishes everyone a prosperous year.

    @issue

    Back issues (single copies or complete sets) of @issue: Journal of Business and Design are available for sale from Corporate Design Foundation. Contact CDF here.

    365 Typographic Calendar

    The 2011 365 Calendar is now available for the tenth year. For more information, click here.

    American Craft Redesign

    American Craft Magazine, published over the last 70 years by the American Craft Council, boasts a new look and feel in the December/January issue.

    Levi’s
    Water<Less Jeans

    A change in the finishing process let’s Levi’s cut water use by as much as 96% in its new Water<Less jeans line, a total savings of 16 million gallons of water by spring 2011.

    Twitter Cookbook

    Author Maureen Evans condenses over 1,000 recipes – from lemon lentil soup to biscotti – down to 140 characters or less.

    Unique Poster

    35th annual American Indian Film Festival

    “Day of the Dead” Tequila

    Dr. Lemon Tequila in Argentina marks Latin America’s Day of the Dead festivities (November 2) with this advertisement, designed by Plenty in Buenos Aires.

    Logo Licious!

    Peleg Top’s latest book on international logos has just been published; it’s an interesting array of global large and small firms.

    Hand/Eye Magazine

    Hand/Eye describes people, places, products, projects and ideas that bridge the worlds of art and craft, design and development, culture and commerce, and environment and ethics.

    Scout's Honor

    US Postal Service has just released a commemorative stamp celebrating the 100 anniversary of the Boy Scouts in America, designed by Craig Frazier.

    PUBLIC Bikes

    Rob Forbes, founder of Design Within Reach, has launched PUBLIC, a collection of modern bikes and gear for cyclists who want to ride in style.

    TO Watch

    From designer / architect Tokujin Yoshioka comes a sculptural stainless steel watch for Issey Miyake. The hands are interior faces that move independently to tell the time with hour etched on the outer face.

    Ammunition adds HeartBeats
    for Lady Gaga

    This is the latest extension to Beats by Dr. Dre highly successful headphone line. It's both a fashion accessory and a high-end audio product.



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