Print contributor Rick Poynor offers a comprehensive guide to modern poster design that includes a look at the work of French design team Helmo’s work with Pronomade(s) en Haute-Garonne and the new approach the team took with the art center’s …
A simple, but effective flip (literally) of an old advertising technique that is attention-getting and entertaining. Created by Vancouver-based ad agency Spring for Brothers Landscaping, it shows the effectiveness of creative-thinking in any project. Via Brand Flakes for Breakfast.
A spread from Unit Editions’ latest book, Type Only. The book showcases a number of excellent designs using typography unaccompanied by illustration or photography. Its sharp design is by UK-based design group Spin. Via Grain Edit.
Strong use of black, red and white design by Davide Di Gennaro for Link Magazine, an ongoing Italian editorial project, the latest focuses on the seven deadly sins. Check out more pictures here. Via Fonts In Use.
Graphis Poster Annuals awarded Peter Rossi with Silver for this 20th Anniversary Laurence King Publishing poster. Via ADC Young Guns.
Toronto-based designer Ben Johnston created this well-defined identity for photographer Dylan Culhane using a strong color palette and embossed and stamping effects. Via Looks Like Good Design.