Tag Archives: graphic design
Whilst I was browsing various blogs, I found an interesting article on Its Nice That about a piece of clever packaging design. The project is for Privacy International, an organisation that is against privacy intrusions made by governments and corporations. … Continue reading
These topographic maps by London designer Melissa Price caught my eye for the clarity with which they champion a few of pieces of cartographic information which are rarely emphasized in contemporary depictions of London: hills, valleys, and the Thames’ many … Continue reading
It was during the early 1960′s that the neglected British railway industry, which had remained largely unchanged after its nationalisation in 1948 was finally given a complete makeover and what a make over it was. The company name was shortened … Continue reading
Every now and then an institution will bypass the fascinating and impressive to give the spotlight to objects which are taken for granted. Hidden Heroes – The Genius of Everyday Things is a travelling exhibition from Vitra Design Museum which … Continue reading
We’ll definitely be making a trip down to Selfridges to check out these great looking window displays, article courtesy of eye blog: “If the January sales haven’t lured you to London’s Oxford Street, perhaps a new installation at Selfridges might … Continue reading
We’ve just been sent these fab pictures of our Christmas snowflakes in use. Thanks to Aleksandra from the Grimshaw team, we love your creative style!
This rather clever and simplistic approach to wayfinding by ZMIK Designers is to place hundreds of black self-adhesive arrows which cover the white walls, the floor and the ceiling to draw the attention in a “follow the arrows” like manner.
In the 1990s, Paula Scher began painting colorful typographic maps of the world, its continents, countries, islands, oceans, cities, streets and neighborhoods. Obsessive, opinionated and more than a little personal, the paintings were a reaction against information overload and the … Continue reading