Brand logotypes are publicly executed on the streets and surfaces of downtown Brampton by artist Dorota (Dori) Pankowska using the actual product to create the art. From shaving cream to chocolate hazelnut spread, recognizable product names become a sort of graffiti whose time is limited. Read more →
Fan of fonts? These beautifully designed and crafted painted plywood puzzles from Looodus are laser cut and hand-finished in the hills of Trivero in Piemonte, approximately two hour’s drive from Milan, Italy. Read more →
Michael Bierut and designer Jesse Reed of Pentagram have created a series of heavenly signs for New York’s well known Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine that gently remind visitors to curb and leash thy dogs on Sunday, Oct. 6 (today) for its annual St. Francis Day Blessing of the Animals. Read more →
For an independent study, Jung Hwan (Albert) Son, a senior communication design student at Parsons the New School for Design, decided to create and brand a hip and trendy hotel – inspired by the Helvetica font. Below are the elements he designed for his concept of the Helvetica Hotel. Read more →
Leicester born London based Designer Ollie Willis challenges the precision, patience and frustration common in the game of golf with a mini golf course in the shape of the letters of the alphabet. By creating a typeface that uses the curves, 45º and 90º angles that are present in mini golf courses, the letters can be made into interactive structures pairing the processes of golf and design to become a 26 hole course.
While not yet completed, Willis plans to design each of the 26 letters for the complete miniature golf course.
Available for wall and floor, ANITA consists of letters that form words to support books, picture frames or whatever you like. The thermoformed acrylic shelving was designed by Ricard Mollon for Quattria and comes in translucent red, blue or clear. Whether you place them on the floor, stack them or wall mount them, these configurable shelves will add some expression, literally and figuratively, to your home.
This very attractively finished typographic memory game includes 25 variations of the letter A, each in a different letter type. Players attempt to find the matching As in the same letter type. The player who has the highest number of matching letters wins the game. ?Typographic information about the letter is included on the card, and a separate folder provides a general history of the typography. This is an enjoyable and instructive game for graphic designers and anyone who is fascinated by letter types.? As you play, you increasingly recognize what are often very subtle differences between the letters and more about the details of the letter types. They become progressively easier to recognize and distinguish from one another (even Univers and Helvetica!)
Among the letter types included in the game are Akzidenz Grotesk, Baskerville, Centaur, Garamond, Helvetica Rockwell, Times New Roman, Univers and many more. ?The game was assembled and designed by the Brazilian design studio, ps.2 arquitetura + design.??
The Brand Memory Gameis another addition to the successful BIS memory games series, a new game about the knowledge of brands. ?For this game, Hendrik-Jan Grievink has made a selection of 30 internationally? well-known brands, showing neither logo nor name on the images of the matching pairs.??The challenge is to find matching pairs of a brand, based solely on their characteristic colors and style elements and a short description of the brand.?
Playing this game is great fun and offers an excellent test of your brand? knowledge. ??Hendrik-Jan Grievink is also one of the creators of the Fake for Real Memory Game, which has already gone into its fifth edition.
Design: Hendrik-Jan Grievink Format: hardcover Dimensions: 2 x 30 cards