What makes a funny design funny? Learn how to think like a comedian & solve like a designer in this excerpt from Design Funny.
Steve Matteson, Creative Type Director for Monotype, explores the most significant change in the evolution of typography since Gutenberg: Type 3.0.
Scott-Martin Kosofsky creates specific type for each project he works on, which has resulted in successful design for many years.
Think beyond traditional print collateral. Company Folders' creative folder designs use unique die cuts to inspire you and your clients.
This blurb sponsored content post highlights designer Nick Welles, aka Welzie, and his magazine-format guide on how to build a surfboard.
This blurb sponsored content post highlights designer Federico Babina and his project with architecture and animals.
This sponsored content by Blurb showcases Autun Purser's vision to create with inspiration from vintage travel posters and literary sci-fi.
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From type and food trucks to diners and jukeboxes, you never know where the inspiration for your next project lies. Blurb books help designers explore design around us.