Dimensions was a quarterly publication of the Simpson Lee Paper Company founded in Vicksburg, Mississippi, to demonstrate different types of paper and different properties of paper. Today and tomorrow, I’ll show two exemplary issues.
Campari may be bitter as an aperitivo but its advertising campaigns beginning in the 1920s were tasty, often with an avant-garde air. These are advertisements from successive 1937 issues of Corriere della Sera that stand out on the black-and-white page.
From the top designers participating in the Laser Cat project to Carla Diana’s newest 3D work to a comprehensive World History of Design books by Victor Margolin, this Weekend Heller has some fantastic design news you don’t want to miss.