When the word rape rolls off a politician’s tongue more easily than the term climate change, you can be sure that the national political scene has lost all rhyme and reason. Taking its cue from the the latest weather-related catastrophe, Bloomberg Businessweek, thankfully, has no problem broaching the topic.
Archive for the 'graphic design' Category
Is it just me, or is Afri Cola, Germany’s version of Coca Cola, looking a whole lot cooler than our Coke.
In L.A., a current exhibition on political posters from the 1960′s and 1970′s includes this beautifully undulating composition, silkscreened onto discarded computer paper.
Just one example of the gorgeous branding work done by the Tel Aviv-based agency, TAB.
I wish I knew the context for this brilliant little project by the Italian graphic designer Paolo Palma.
Salami just got fancy. This is one in a series of elaborately rendered O’s, created as a visual identity scheme for Olli Salumeria, a maker of Italian cured meats.
No-frills and plain gorgeous packaging from the San Francisco-based gourmet coffee shop Four Barrel Coffee Roasters.
Can a more inspired use of satin ribbons be found anywhere? Barcelona-based Hey Studio created this spectacularly tactile suite of print pieces for the city’s art and design festival ArtFad.