Monday, 30 April 2012

Lara Merret

Gorgeous, gorgeous work by Lara Merret! I love all of the colour combinations and the vivid geometrics mixed with the fluid backgrounds. Stunning. via thedesignfiles.

Saturday, 28 April 2012

Beautiful Thing of the Week - #52

Today these gorgeous 'Aerograms' by The Hungry Workshop are making me smile on a major level! Gorgeous geometric/native american prints, amazing neon colours and the idea that you write on the inside and fold the corners to create the envelope? Complete winner! Pick them up here.

Friday, 27 April 2012

Project Love: The Collection

I love this project by Mind Design! The Collection is a restaurant, cultural and retail space that Mind collaborated with Tom Dixon, designing the identity, signage system and all the printed bits! From the website...
The idea for the identity relates to multiple prints, limited editions and artist signatures. The execution is relatively simple: Everything is based on an A5 format with punched holes. We used screen printing which allowed us to change colours on the printing bed and makes each print unique. Larger signs are made up by several A5 boards and the thickness is achieved by hanging several signs in front of each other. For the logo we asked the client to write the name in their own handwriting connecting two dots equivalent to the punched holes.
 Love the super bright colours, gold foil and the craft board combination. So many more images on their website! via designworklife.

Thursday, 26 April 2012

Project Love: World's First Edible Cookbook

I love this cookbook by Korefe, in which you use the sheets of pasta with information on them to make an amazing lasagne! Pasta pages and some beautiful typography - love the concept! via designtaxi.

Wednesday, 25 April 2012

Dan Cassaro / Young Jerks

Beautiful typographic works by Dan Cassaro. Love the hand-drawn quality and the broad range of amazing work!

Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Project Love: Ray Tohs Ideabook

This is a nice idea for a sketchbook by Ray Toh. The ideabook is designed to be used by the reader, and the clean, crisp aesthetic with the beautiful bespoke pencil really makes you want to use it! via fpo.

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