Digital Photography: Too Close for Comfort Series AoiroStudio Jan 24, 2017 We would like to share the work from Jeanette Hägglund and her series called: Too Close for Comfort . It’s a stunning take of digital photography with architecture where there’s a style and tone expressed by Jeanette. Source: Digital Photography: Too Close for Comfort … Continue reading Digital Photography: Too Close for Comfort Series
The Daily Northwestern Lee: Watch the spacing between your letters The Daily Northwestern I'm sure that the tracking is accurate, and every letter in SOURCE is spaced out equally, but the combination of the equilateral hexagon symbol in the background combined with the highly symmetrical typeface only reinforces the absolute necessity for ... Source: Lee: … Continue reading Lee: Watch the spacing between your letters
Yesterday afternoon I cut 12 more Snail's Trail/Monkey Wrench blocks. I sewed 9 of them last night while I watched TV and added them to the three I showed yesterday with the die that I used. The name on the die is Snail's Trail, other people call it Monkey Wrench. Source: 9 more blocks..............
A poster calling for entries for a design competition sponsored by the The American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA). I love this poster as it skillfully uses Typography and colour setting the bar high for would-be contestants. The AIGA charter is to enhance the standards of design and production of commercial magazines. Anybody … Continue reading AIGA Promotional Poster
Aleksandr Rodchenko was a commercial as well as a fine artist. He was a proponent of the Russian constructivist art movement. The term " constructivism" came about because the artists claimed they riveted the images together in the manner of engineers not artists. In the early years of the Russian revolution he worked with the … Continue reading Aleksandr Rodchenko a versatile artist and early Graphic Designer
John Rodriquez became well known for his textile designs in the early 1950's. He introduced a unique Australian Style. His abstract textile designs included everyday household items tea towels and curtains. The materials were sunburnt Australian shades, "deep and muted, sometimes almost three dimensional". Greys, yellows and greens were the prevailing shades. His designs originate … Continue reading Fabric Designer – John Rodiquez
Jules Cheret is referred to the to the father of the modern poster. He was a French painter who became a master of Belle Epoque poster art. I was recently browsing through one of my favourite graphic design books, "100 Ideas that changed Graphic Design". Idea No.10 is Female Archetypes and her development as an idea … Continue reading Jules Cheret – The Father of Modern Poster Art