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Designed by qu'est-ce que c'est design Printed by First Printers While the interior of the book is pretty straightforward with the use of a single ink for the five scripts and a handful of images, it is the cover that really pulls you in.
Designed by qu'est-ce que c'est design Printed by Knuckles & Notch Explorations on themes and on printing technique through risograph come together in these four initial issues of qu'est-ce que c'est--patterns, images, and text explore water, earth, air, and fire.
Designed by Shangning Wang Printed by Artron There is something to be said for keeping the production simple.
Designed by Bala Printed by Jardín de Matatena (business cards) With its monochromatic tones and textural elements the materials developed for Prieto Estudio are a tangible representation of the work they do--visual and tactile within a determined space.
Designed by Inksurge Printed by Printed in Hongkong Published by Solutions HK This book is a great introduction to a group of artists you have probably never heard of, or even considered.
Designed by Latitude Printed by Ideal Printers A production challenge to help spread a good message? sure.
Designed by Joel Balbuena, Proportion Printed by Iskra This promotional poster is based on one thing we can all relate to: lunch.
Designed by Tri-Quan Duong Printed by Vinaprint The contrasting textures on these cards are a perfect complement to the expected and unexpected elements that co-exist as the story unfolds and the viewer is immersed in the life of Mr.
Designed by Arutza Rico Onzaga Printed by Omar Díaz Patience is hard to come by, but often the key to distinction.
Designed by Convier Collective Printed by Vision Without a doubt 2016 was a crazy year! Convier Collective chose to focus on a few of the highlights in creating interactive and customizable holiday cards based on what people wanted to highlight--by "heading" a snowman.
Designed by The Department Printed by Image Printing, San Francisco This subdued, almost monochromatic postcard caught my attention through its use of color (or lack thereof) and imagery.
Designed by UTOKA Printed by Stickermule Society6 MOO By customizing generic items the team at UTOKA was able to create a unique gift this holiday season.
Designed by Mike Sulick Printed by Waldwick Printing Company By designing eight individual panels that would complete a whole, Mike Sulick faces a unique challenge--one he has chosen to tackle not once, but six times as he explores the impact of prominent typographers through their contributions.
Designed by DMH Printed by Soli Printing This literal execution of a concept is done with utmost care and precision, showcasing that the details were carefully considered long before the design was finalized.
Designed by Strom & Jag Printed by Henry I am loving the custom shrink wrap that doubles as postcard.
Designed by IBM Design Printed by Via Tech I was pleasantly surprised last weekend when the doorbell rang and this magazine was hand delivered by one of the team members straight into my hand; later that night I had a chance to review it while sniffing the fresh ink that only designers are drawn to.
Designed by Mike Hanlon Printed by Fineline Silkscreening Often the most rewarding projects are those that start out as a game or experiment and end up becoming something tangible for many based on feedback and willingness to take a risk.
Designed by Emilie Deshaies Printed by L'Empreinte A new magazine is making the rounds, testing the waters of the markets, and learning about photo shoots, production, and fixing things that don't look right.
Designed by Nootype Printed by Cover: Spind Body: Z Studio For this short run of promotional type specimens, Nootype fancied up the presentation with gold foil stamping on a rich, dark blue stock, and adopted a limited color palette on the digitally-printed interior that makes it look almost like a fancy offset job.
Designed by Cue Printed by Multi Packaging Solutions Not sure what I would do with this package once it was empty, but tossing it would be out of the question.