All posts tagged graphic design
Noma Bar redesigns the covers for Haruki Murakami’s books by only using the colours red, black and off-white and efficiently manipulating the negative space.
Copywriters and Art Directors are the cogs that work together to keep the machinery of advertising running. It’s the synchronization of these two fields that leads to the creation of trash-worthy or sometimes memorable and revered campaigns. These two species of ‘Homo Advertisingo’ are very different in their likes, tools and processes. Copywriter vs. Art Director tries to find out these disparities of character using graphics.
We often tend to compare great cities of the world and try to tally the result to figure out which city scores the most (I always compare Mumbai, my hometown, to all other cities). Two cities that are fiercely weighed in together world over are Paris and New York. Each city has its own marvels and heritages that often mesmerize a person. Graphic Designer Vahram Muratyan draws comparisons in a series of graphics between the two metropolises in his blog ‘Paris vs. New York’ to give us a better perspective. Read more…
The Book – “Na Silu” / ”By Force” by Turbosutra, represents an overview of the “Summit Cheap Laser Prints (Laser Summit Of Cheap Graphics) – an event which was held at CZKD (Center for Cultural Decontamination) in Belgrade twice so far, in 2009 and 2010. The event, organised by Metaklinika, was first in the series of events titled ‘Art in Times of Recession’ in which 30 designers and illustrators from the country participated.
Paul Rand, a “street smart” graphic designer from Brooklyn was arguably one of the greatest logo designers the world has ever seen. He altered the way advertising was created and is best known for his corporate logos for IBM, UPS, Enron, ABC, Westinghouse, Cummins Engine, and Steve Jobs’ NEXT. He almost singlehandedly convinced business houses in the US that design was an effective tool to communicate and could not be sidelined.