Inspiration Lab


Visual Editions
October 24, 2012, 11:36 am
Filed under: Graphic Design

I LOVE the book as media and when I see someone who makes it something special it makes me so happy. I shared Sara de Bondt’s design for Jonathan Safran Foer’s special edition before but you should check out Visual Editions the publisher behind it. They do books with visual writing, books that aren’t just books, but that has conceptual meaning in how they look. Visual Editions started a Flickr account where there are also some great examples of other people’s work (second example below). Would love to see more of this!

Visit Visual Editions: http://www.visual-editions.com



Design Army
October 9, 2012, 6:42 am
Filed under: Graphic Design

I blogged Design Army more than four years ago and I was so happy to have my eye caught by new-ish work of theirs. Did you see the AMAZING work they did for the Washington Ballet and their ‘Alice inWonderland’? I LOVE the display type, I LOVE the photography, I just LOVE the whole shabang! If only Design Army would put more stuff on their website!

Visit them anyway: http://www.designarmy.com/



Fat or fiction
September 26, 2012, 11:07 am
Filed under: Graphic Design, Web

How to make counting calories look attractive? Right this way! Have a look at this little project, a collaboration between Christina Winkless, Anna Brooks and David Rosser. I would love to see this site built out even further with loads more stuff to look through and loads more clever infographics.

Go check it out: http://www.fatorfiction.info



Penguin – Great Food
September 24, 2012, 7:57 am
Filed under: Graphic Design

Have you seen the Great Food series from Penguin? I love it, makes me feel so nostalgic. It’s kinda like rummaging through your grandmother’s secret recipe books or looking at vintage cookbooks on holiday somewhere warm and lovely. These are my fave ones. See the entire series here.



More Tong
September 18, 2012, 6:20 am
Filed under: Graphic Design, Typography

Was totally blown away when I saw this series of posters by Chinese designer More Tong. I think they are so dramatic and contrastful and I really admire the skills behind drawing these characters. They just seam so much more complicated than our silly little alphabet don’t they? Fab work!

See more: http://moretong.tumblr.com/



George Michael Bower
September 14, 2012, 6:41 am
Filed under: Graphic Design, Illustration/Art, Inspiration, Typography

Ohh how I just LOVE to see work like this. This is the stuff that I wish I saw much more of from my students, experimenting and getting their hands dirty. Unexpected great stuff always seam to happen when you go out on a limb. It’s made by pouring various coloured liquids over a transparent lasercut sheet of plexiglass. It looks amazing! Now don’t just sit there, go get your hands dirty! You have a whole weekend in front of you to do it! ;-)

See more: http://www.georgemichaelbrower.com



Lisa Hedge
September 13, 2012, 2:40 pm
Filed under: Graphic Design, Illustration/Art

Look at the pretty collages and paper experiments by young designer Lisa Hedge. I really love the one with the holes from a holepuncher because I love when tools that everyone can use are utilized in a creative way. She’s also done some beautiful lettering and illustrations.

See more: http://www.lisahedge.com/




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