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apexministry:

Visual identity for online fashion retailer by Netherland based, Maggie Chok.

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dailydesigner:

DHub Prestige Book by Mucho

mcad-gd:

A collaborative effort between classes from Virginia Commonwealth University and Minneapolis College of Art & Design (Interactive 2 and Form and Methods, respectively) resulted in a publication presenting a collection of research addressing the notion of a Post Digital age. The publication was generated collaboratively utilizing Google Hangout (Amongst other means). Organized into sections and subsections, the content manifested itself through the exploration of these themes as well as addressed type and image relationships – including the integration of both analog and digital media.

The research presented encompasses not only a graphic representation of language, but also examinations of human interaction techniques and developments of applied perceptions of identity through technology–

specifically how hypermediacy, remediation, and immediacy affect the possibilities of graphic design.

139 pages / Edition of 50

2014 [JS]

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(Source: rationedriot)

(Source: andren, via the-book-design)

ultrazapping:

Frank
http://www.frank151.com/

dailydesigner:

T’14 Catalogue by Think Work Observe

benoit-bodhuin:

design: Benoît BodhuinType: ZIGZAG
floresenelatico:

YOSHINORI MIZUTANI

likeafieldmouse:

Idris Khan

"Drawing his inspiration from the history of art and music as well as key philosophical and theological texts, Idris Khan investigates memory, creativity and the layering of experience. Khan’s works rely on a continuous process of creating and erasing, or adding new layers whilst retaining traces of what has gone before."

"The process allows the artist to tease out certain areas adjusting the source material so that the soul of the piece is manifested in Khan’s accreted interpretation.

For example, in Struggling to Hear… After Ludwig van Beethoven’s Sonatas, Beethoven’s entire series of sonatas becomes a dense wall of near blackness; a virtual illustration of the composer’s deafness.”

1. Rachmaninoff…Preludes

2. Toscanini’s Last

3. Voices

4. Struggling to Hear…After Ludwig van Beethoven’s Sonatas

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complexae:

Eefje Wijnings 2012 Graduate collection

complexae:

Eefje Wijnings 2012 Graduate collection

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