Nothing faces more scrutiny than when a respected graphic design source redesigns its website. Design Observer unveiled its new look early this week, and in addition to new contributors, the site received a facelift with new a color scheme, typefaces, …
Inventive business card design by Tommy Perez uses die-cut tabs and French Paper Pop-Tone color to create a interactive, dimensional and colorful promotional piece. Via Looks Like Good Design.
Album jacket design by Berlin-based design and illustration studio Ice Cream for Free. Via Grain Edit.
Check out the ornate line drawings and strong typography used on this Urbis Magazine cover by Soulseven, aka Samuel Soulek, a Minneapolis-based graphic designer. Via Grain Edit.
Genis Carreras well exceded his kickstarter goal for a postcard book on Philographics, a series of sometimes complex concepts using simple shapes, colors and iconography. Via Design Boom.
Cool use of photography, type and color in this brochure for Aviva, a pensions and insurance company, created by Paul Belford Ltd. Retirement has never looked so bold. See more of the company’s work here. Via Grain Edit.