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Archive for the ‘Design’ Category

Inforgraphic currency.

Thursday, December 10th, 2009

Infographic currency designs by Tokyo designer, Mac Funamizu,

Has a kind of MGS feel to it.



Urban Abstract by Musata ltd

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

Urban Abstract from Musuta on Vimeo.

November break bumpers for Finlands TV Nelonen by Musata, a design company directed by Jopsu Ramu and Timo Huhtala. This piece is a collaboration with tokyo designer Shun Kawakami, calligrapher Gen Miyamura and motion graphics company EDP graphics work.

It’s always funny how small the world is.

Lubalin Now

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009


Herb Lubalin (1918–1981) is best known for his wildly illustrative typography and his groundbreaking work for the magazines Avant Garde, Eros, and Fact. On view will be recent posters, publications and motion graphics by internationally recognized graphic designers that spotlight an emerging trend toward expressive lettering and typography. Original sketches, magazines, logotypes, and posters selected from the Lubalin Center Archive will illuminate Herb Lubalin’s influence on contemporary graphic design.

Featured Artists:
Marian Bantjes // Deanne Cheuk // The CW Network // In-house department // Ariel Di Lisio // Marcus Eriksson // Oded Ezer // Gretel // Jessica Hische // HunterGatherer // Justin Thomas Kay // Like Minded Studio // Brett MacFadden // Christopher Martinez // Non-Format // Matt Owens // Post Typography
Roberto Quiñones // Alex Trochut // TV Land and Herb Lubalin
Curated by:
Mike Essl +Alexander Tochilovsky

Opening Reception:
Thursday, November 5, 2009, 6 – 8pm
41 Cooper Square Gallery [map]
This event is free and open to the public.
Exhibition On View:
November 5, 2009 – December 8, 2009
Gallery Hours:
Monday–Thursdays 12–7 pm, Saturday 12–5 pm
Closed Fridays and Sundays
Closed November 26, 2009–November 29, 2009

Baloon as Vase

Thursday, October 1st, 2009

artwork by shun kawakami (artless)
balloon by daisy ballon
calligraphy by gen miyamura
photography by yuu kawakami


The exceptional logo work of Roger Dean.

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009

Graduating from the Royal Collage of the Arts in 1968. Roger Dean’s designed the first album cover for Yes in 1971.

The subsequent work of his career, both in logo design and fantasy art set the standard for music and fantasy art, his publishing companies, Paper Tiger and Dragons Dream have in the years released some of the dopest art books across any genre, such as The Flights of Icarus. Here is a collections of highlights from his logo work but I strongly recommend spending some time on Roger Deans website and doing a Google image for his work at highest resolution.

On Deans site there is also some promising information about a sustainable village that he is designing and a film based around the album work he did with yes which looks pretty cool.

Fuck I look forward to the day when i can dedicate myself to something as cool as designing a self contained village.




The classic Psygnosis logo, Roger also went on to design some classic game cover art for the company, including the dope Shadow of the Beast series, during the 8bit period when in game graphics were so basic that the cover art played such an important part of the gameplay experience.


Proof that gradients can be cool.


Cognitive Dissident.

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