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o-p-e-n-s-p-a-c-e:

Christopher Derek Bruno
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geotypografika:

New Ficciones Typografika featuring Darío Dezfuli Rello.
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freshwash:

Fresh Patterns #49 “Scene Graph”
Or “That dress your older teen cousin wore to Sunday School in 1995 when you were too young for fashion”
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yalegraphicdesign:

New work from Harry Gassel (MFA 2012) / “Tommy Flag Series: 8½ × 11″, Riso MZ 1090U, 2013” @ Printed Matter, 195 10th Ave, New York, NY 10011
Thursday July 17, 2014 / 6-8 PMReading by Amy Beecher “The End of the American Summer (part 2)” a DJ recital by DJ HGTVLive set by Michael Beharie
More info
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yalegraphicdesign:

Zak Jensen (MFA 2011) will be talking at The Design Office in Providence, RI on July 22 at 5pm. 
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ecallibrary:

[New purchase écal]
Hall of femmes
In the spring of 2009, Samira Bouabana and Angela Tillman Sperandio founded the blog Hall of Femmes, the very starting point of the project. Over the next three years, the readers could follow their meetings with some of the world’s most prominent female designers, as well as exploring some of the lesser known sides of the industry. The blog entries range from the beaches of Coney Island in the 1940’s to contemporary Stockholm – they are humorous, moving and insightful. The personal and initiated tone is always present. When they post the last entry, in February 2013, the circle of readers has grown swiftly alongside with the project.        
Sweden : Oyster Press, 20138 vol.23 cm
Photos: ECAL / Leonoor Knulst, assisted by Lena Nyffenegger
ecallibrary:

[New purchase écal]
Hall of femmes
In the spring of 2009, Samira Bouabana and Angela Tillman Sperandio founded the blog Hall of Femmes, the very starting point of the project. Over the next three years, the readers could follow their meetings with some of the world’s most prominent female designers, as well as exploring some of the lesser known sides of the industry. The blog entries range from the beaches of Coney Island in the 1940’s to contemporary Stockholm – they are humorous, moving and insightful. The personal and initiated tone is always present. When they post the last entry, in February 2013, the circle of readers has grown swiftly alongside with the project.        
Sweden : Oyster Press, 20138 vol.23 cm
Photos: ECAL / Leonoor Knulst, assisted by Lena Nyffenegger
ecallibrary:

[New purchase écal]
Hall of femmes
In the spring of 2009, Samira Bouabana and Angela Tillman Sperandio founded the blog Hall of Femmes, the very starting point of the project. Over the next three years, the readers could follow their meetings with some of the world’s most prominent female designers, as well as exploring some of the lesser known sides of the industry. The blog entries range from the beaches of Coney Island in the 1940’s to contemporary Stockholm – they are humorous, moving and insightful. The personal and initiated tone is always present. When they post the last entry, in February 2013, the circle of readers has grown swiftly alongside with the project.        
Sweden : Oyster Press, 20138 vol.23 cm
Photos: ECAL / Leonoor Knulst, assisted by Lena Nyffenegger
ecallibrary:

[New purchase écal]
Hall of femmes
In the spring of 2009, Samira Bouabana and Angela Tillman Sperandio founded the blog Hall of Femmes, the very starting point of the project. Over the next three years, the readers could follow their meetings with some of the world’s most prominent female designers, as well as exploring some of the lesser known sides of the industry. The blog entries range from the beaches of Coney Island in the 1940’s to contemporary Stockholm – they are humorous, moving and insightful. The personal and initiated tone is always present. When they post the last entry, in February 2013, the circle of readers has grown swiftly alongside with the project.        
Sweden : Oyster Press, 20138 vol.23 cm
Photos: ECAL / Leonoor Knulst, assisted by Lena Nyffenegger
ecallibrary:

[New purchase écal]
Hall of femmes
In the spring of 2009, Samira Bouabana and Angela Tillman Sperandio founded the blog Hall of Femmes, the very starting point of the project. Over the next three years, the readers could follow their meetings with some of the world’s most prominent female designers, as well as exploring some of the lesser known sides of the industry. The blog entries range from the beaches of Coney Island in the 1940’s to contemporary Stockholm – they are humorous, moving and insightful. The personal and initiated tone is always present. When they post the last entry, in February 2013, the circle of readers has grown swiftly alongside with the project.        
Sweden : Oyster Press, 20138 vol.23 cm
Photos: ECAL / Leonoor Knulst, assisted by Lena Nyffenegger
ecallibrary:

[New purchase écal]
Hall of femmes
In the spring of 2009, Samira Bouabana and Angela Tillman Sperandio founded the blog Hall of Femmes, the very starting point of the project. Over the next three years, the readers could follow their meetings with some of the world’s most prominent female designers, as well as exploring some of the lesser known sides of the industry. The blog entries range from the beaches of Coney Island in the 1940’s to contemporary Stockholm – they are humorous, moving and insightful. The personal and initiated tone is always present. When they post the last entry, in February 2013, the circle of readers has grown swiftly alongside with the project.        
Sweden : Oyster Press, 20138 vol.23 cm
Photos: ECAL / Leonoor Knulst, assisted by Lena Nyffenegger
ecallibrary:

[New purchase écal]
Hall of femmes
In the spring of 2009, Samira Bouabana and Angela Tillman Sperandio founded the blog Hall of Femmes, the very starting point of the project. Over the next three years, the readers could follow their meetings with some of the world’s most prominent female designers, as well as exploring some of the lesser known sides of the industry. The blog entries range from the beaches of Coney Island in the 1940’s to contemporary Stockholm – they are humorous, moving and insightful. The personal and initiated tone is always present. When they post the last entry, in February 2013, the circle of readers has grown swiftly alongside with the project.        
Sweden : Oyster Press, 20138 vol.23 cm
Photos: ECAL / Leonoor Knulst, assisted by Lena Nyffenegger
ecallibrary:

[New purchase écal]
Hall of femmes
In the spring of 2009, Samira Bouabana and Angela Tillman Sperandio founded the blog Hall of Femmes, the very starting point of the project. Over the next three years, the readers could follow their meetings with some of the world’s most prominent female designers, as well as exploring some of the lesser known sides of the industry. The blog entries range from the beaches of Coney Island in the 1940’s to contemporary Stockholm – they are humorous, moving and insightful. The personal and initiated tone is always present. When they post the last entry, in February 2013, the circle of readers has grown swiftly alongside with the project.        
Sweden : Oyster Press, 20138 vol.23 cm
Photos: ECAL / Leonoor Knulst, assisted by Lena Nyffenegger
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type-lover:

Cardboard Menuby ZUPAGRAFIKA
type-lover:

Cardboard Menuby ZUPAGRAFIKA
type-lover:

Cardboard Menuby ZUPAGRAFIKA
type-lover:

Cardboard Menuby ZUPAGRAFIKA
type-lover:

Cardboard Menuby ZUPAGRAFIKA
type-lover:

Cardboard Menuby ZUPAGRAFIKA
type-lover:

Cardboard Menuby ZUPAGRAFIKA
type-lover:

Cardboard Menuby ZUPAGRAFIKA
type-lover:

Cardboard Menuby ZUPAGRAFIKA
type-lover:

Cardboard Menuby ZUPAGRAFIKA
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thewomb:

Rafaela Abreu
thewomb:

Rafaela Abreu
thewomb:

Rafaela Abreu
thewomb:

Rafaela Abreu
thewomb:

Rafaela Abreu
thewomb:

Rafaela Abreu
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womenofgraphicdesign:

typeverything:

Typeverything.com - Poster by Susanne Vetter. (Via Balla Dora)

Susanne Vetter
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wure:

s117
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primary-yellow:

HALF JAPANESE - MUSIC TO STRIP BY (1987)
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stripey11111:

i was just wondering is this relatable
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jellobiafrasays:

principles of three-dimensional design (1977)