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salzi20:

Kelsey Heinrichs

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ad13illuminate:

Nick Jamieson - The Visual Communication of Synesthesia
Fascinate AD13

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dailydesigner:

Agenda CCCB 2013 by Hey

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dailydesigner:

It’s Nice That Annual 2013 by It’s Nice That

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visual-daily:

Christopher Doyle & Co.

"A rotatable cover for Desktop Magazine’s music issue."
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mcad-gd:

Leanna Perry, Camille Morehead, Antonio Morales & Blake Mullin collaborate, edit and design—Cluedo: Mysteries Solved. Printed 1000 copies @ Linco with screenprinted spot color. Publication Design, Spring 2013. [KM]

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karenhurley:

Client: Raising the Roof, a Canadian organization dedicated to finding solutions to homelessness

Agency: Leo Burnett Via

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artofoverwhelm:

Toilet Paper Magazine by Maurizio Cattelan.

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hellomuller:

So here it is, in the making since late last year: ZERO Vol.1 is now published and in stores. For the collection we wanted to do something special, instead of simply re-using existing covers and design. I’ve always had (still have) a soft spot for paperback collections that went the extra mile: new design, extra material, back matter,… that make you feel you got something for your money. With that, I designed the collection from the ground up, giving it its own identity that at once embraces the single issues it collects, but also is its own object with a distinct voice (I did something similar with the cover design for Ivan Brandon & Nic Klein’s VIKING) — and used the back matter to show how we built the covers for every single issue.

You can find ZERO Vol. 1: AN EMERGENCY in your local comic book store. If you don’t have a comic book store nearby (see here), or simply prefer a different option, you can buy it on the US Amazon, the Canadian Amazon or the UK Amazon

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lifemadesimple:

Will really help to speed up public transport - and no issue of a language barrier.

fuck yess

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