Allen Grubesic’s mixed-media light box puts a more, well, exciting, spin on a standard exit sign.
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A lovely illustration for the Washington Post Magazine’s 2012 year-end issue, which recounted the lives of 6 recently deceased local citizens, by the Berlin-based studio, Ariane Spanier Design.
Must Say this is a sumptuous number 6, screened onto a porcelain plate at Do, the shop at Tokyo’s Hotel Claska.
Turkey, bacon, gruyere cheese, tomato, iceberg lettuce, and dijon mayonnaise. Sounds like a New Yorker to me. The sandwich, that is, being offered by the London cafe chain, Benugo, which has just undergone a branding makeover that includes cute visuals, like this poster.
In one of the most peculiar brand loyalty stories ever told, New York Magazine reports that Tide laundry detergent–no lie–has become valuable currency in street drug transactions. It sells ”for either $5 cash or $10 worth of weed or crack cocaine.”
A self-initiated publication by the Netherlands-based design practice Atelier Carvalho Bernau, Dear Reader is “a collection of obsessions, oblique references and footnotes of design processes.”