Marta Brinchi Giusti – InfameStudio


Marta Brinchi Giusti - Graphic Design for InfameStudio

I like the work of Marta Brinchi Giusti for InfameStudio, a Barcelona-based design studio. Marta is a 26 year old graphic designer, who is currently living in Rome after graduating in Graphic Design at Barcelona-based Eina School. See more…

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H-57 Commandments – Creative rules


Great stuff flew on my desk last week: H-57, a Milano-based design studio, defined and designed their own creative rules. The outcome is an amazing poster, full of great typography, that I definitly will order, as soon it is available for sale. See more…

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Duct Tape and Glitter – New business cards


Duct Tape and Glitter gave their business cards a new look. The letterpress beauty in ‘Rubine Red’ was printed by Studio On Fire. More images here.

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LAVA Stationery – New business card


The new business cards of the DIY-supplies-shop LAVA stationery are simply beautiful. They are designed by ninet6.

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Annual Report – Powered by sunlight


Great idea of making an annual report more interesting: the new annual report of Austria Solar has a great design that is only visable in the sunlight. Creative Credit: Serviceplan

(via Co.Design)

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‘Everday Hero’ – New design


Joseph Mitchell, Jess Watson, Jess Moore and Eva Ni of the Natcoll design school in Auckland, New Zealand gave ‘Everyday Hero’ chocolate of Whittakers a great new design. I would say: Package design A+.

(via the dieline)

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Kontor Kontur – “A mishmash of ordinary but beautiful things”


The Göteborg-based design collaboration Kontor Kontur created 8 colorful still life poster (available now), with “ordinary but beautiful things” they found in their office. Kontor Kontur is a design office, for graphic design, product design and interior design.

(via Co.DESIGN)

 

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FACETURE – Handmade vases


FACETURE are handmade vases by London-based designer Phil Cuttance, who turned even the production of the vases into art. But see for yourself.

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Category: Art

Between the Neon – Design all-rounder


Here comes the second blog for the ‘favorites list’: Between the Neon. Between the Neon is the ‘design, photography and personal stuff’-blog of lovely Erin Joy. Filled with a lot of different topics about design and beautiful things in general Between the Neon is a true all-rounder, as much as Erin. Erin was born in Australia, raised in Hong Kong, studied Graphic Design in London, went back to Sydney to found her design studio BringMeJoy and is now settled in Cape Town, where she is busy setting up a kids clothing company with her brother called lil’sprout and planning her wedding. She is designing all the printed stuff (invites, menus, cards…) by herself and the goal is to give the guests a massive graphic overload. I say, go for it!

Between the Neon came to life, when Erin decided to bring her ‘digital sketchbook’ (a folder on her computer filled with tons of images of design, photography and illustrations she liked and used as inspiration source) online. She also uses the blog to bring together her creative friends and showcasting the various projects they’ve been working on. Good for us. Between the Neon is part of my daily lecture and I warmly recommend all my readers a daily dose of Between the Neon.

In her own words:
You’ll find amazing design, beautiful illustration, photography that makes you sigh, sweet things for your home, work by my awesome friends and occasionally bits and bobs from me.

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Paperlux


They are definitely one of the big ones of 2011. Paperlux has drawn the audience’s attention by designing the cover of novum’s November issue. But in fact they have been playing in the first league for quite some time now. Hermès has already titled Paperlux “Atelier Artisan” and their clients are major companies such as Montblanc, Alexander McQueen, Adidas, Goldene Kamera, Stöver and many more. Their work stands out through high quality, extraordinary materials and downright love for detail. Paperlux creates artwork in limited quantity. But if you expect a bunch of reserved art directors in an arty office you would be suprised. Behind the door of the frame house located at Schanzenviertel Hamburg you will find many school furniture, one of Max Kuehne’s passions who is the founder and owner of Paperlux. This office is the home of a team of creative individualists who Max Kuehne lovingly calls his family. Reason enough for us to peak behind the scenes.

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