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Think in Colour

8 Apr, 2014

Brussels based studio Visionandfactory have released a very exciting new book compiling their work of the last 24 years. Graphic designer Hugo Puttaert (proud to call him my previous professor) and founder of the studio takes us on a visual trip that urges us to ‘Think in Colour’.  In 386 pages the Brussels-based...

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Tarot #0 – The Fool

6 Apr, 2014

A couple of weeks ago we started a new little zine called Tarot. The zine will follow a full Rider-Waite tarot deck from 1905, each issue based on a single card. A full deck  counts 78 cards consisting of the Major Arcana (22 cards) and the Minor Arcana (56 cards)....

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Pol Solsona

25 Mar, 2014

Pol Solsona is a Catalan graphic designer and art director based in Helsinki, Finland. With some experience behind him he recently started his own studio. Some nice and various work by Pol Solsona.  

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10 Mar, 2014

Designbolaget is a Copenhagen based design studio working at the intersections of art, fashion and culture and was founded in 2002 by Claus Due. The studio has a quite extended range of competences but mainly puts its focus on printed matter and art direction. Have a look at what they do....

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Cabinet Gold van d`Vlies

7 Mar, 2014

A very random collection of work from design collective Cabinet Gold van d’ Vlies. The collective consists of Jeferson Brito Andrade, Frederick Hüttemann, Matthias Keller, Bernd Krönker and Martin Petersen.  All of them bring together independent positions in the fields of design, photography, publishing, and curatorial practice. Accordingly, in a different constellation different results arise. Gold van d’...

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Romka Magazine #8

4 Mar, 2014

We’ve been eagerly waiting for this one, Romka #8! Romka is a collective photo album in which people from all over the world share the stories behind their favorite photographs. Both amateurs and professionals are invited to take part in the ongoing project and so far they’ve gathered more than 300...

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Free Worldwide Shipping

28 Feb, 2014

Dear friends, For the next two weeks (until the 14th of March) all of our books will be shipped out for completely nada! So have a browse in our shop and if you see anything you like we’ll ship it to you for free!   ps. the font you see...

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Rasmus – Typeface

27 Feb, 2014

Rasmus typeface was created in 2014 by Markus John after the first typeface Tilde. Rasmus exists as a regular and bold version. The typeface is based on classic serif fonts like Times or Sabon paired with contemporary details. One significant detail is the oblique serifs and edges. The bold version has a larger x-hight and therefore becomes more...

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27 Feb, 2014

Klotzholz is the studio name of Swiss designer Adrian Wicki. Mid Century design and Modernism as whole, clearly inspire Adrian in his design and material choices. Complex wood connections, bended steel tubes and beautiful metal structures form his objects to furniture. The office is still young but promising non the...

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Libros Mutantes 2014 – Open Call

26 Feb, 2014

Libros Mutantes is Back! On April 25th-27th, Libros Mutantes will reach its fifth edition in Madrid. Publishing projects from around the world are invited to join in a celebration of independent publishing, art books and experimental design. The program will include lectures, exhibitions and workshops, but the core of the...

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Anne Marie Musselman

26 Feb, 2014

Annie Marie was born south of Seattle in a quiet town surrounded by deep forests and cold water.  Her first personal project, Finding Trust, started 7 years ago at a wildlife sanctuary near her hometown in Seattle. The images are so crisp they almost look unreal, as if all the...

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Reflections on greek postwar architecture

18 Feb, 2014

The choice of eighteen architects and architectural studios – the central focus of the present study – has been made, in most cases, with two basic criteria in mind. The first is the unique signature that they have added to Greek postwar architecture, their participation in the dominant trends of...

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