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Happy birthday Josef Müller-Brockmann. The Swiss graphic designer & educator, whose work including his iconic posters helped define the Swiss International style & influence a generation of designers, was born today in 1914. #posters #SwissDesign
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Vintage Computing
Issue 25 of AisleOne Digest is out, featuring work from @heydaysoslo, @goodsoslo, @extraweg, and more . Subscribe for free to read the issue.
Furniture drawings by Charlotte Perriand, a pioneer of modernism.
Vintage Herman Miller Ads
1950s tiles catalogues are a grout source of inspiration. Here are five:…
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My first video book tour explores “Basic Typography”. Written by Rüegg/Frohlich, it covers type principles & techniques — and features work from Brockmann, Aicher, @GottschalkAsh, Vignelli. Become an A1 Digest member to get access to the full video.
Late #AGI member Hans Hartmann (Switzerland, inducted in 1958) SBB Swiss railways, 1972 #alliancegraphiqueinternationale #HansHartmann
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More sketches by Giancarlo Piretti of the Plia chair.
The Plia Chair designed by Giancarlo Piretti in 1967. It featured a revolutionary single-joint design.
Thanks to @gray I just learned that Instagram released a new feature that lets you change your feed to chronological or just favorites. Just tap the logo. Of course you can’t set this as your default 😡, but still nice to have.…N
Supporting local abortion funds that help arrange and pay for abortion care for patients who need it is one of the most impactful actions you can take for reproductive justice today. Team @AOC is splitting donations between 5 groups doing this work:…
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I just started watching Severance and it’s excellent. I’m really drawn to the aesthetics of the show, and it inspired me to create these 3D scenes.
Oh yes please. I’d buy these @Braun faces. Yes yes yes!…
Coin operated TV chairs.… These were common in Greyhound Bus waiting rooms in the 1960s. For 10 cents you'd get 10 minutes of TV time.
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It’s infuriating how @figma doesn’t respect your layer list location. When you draw a shape it throws it at the very top of the layer list no matter where your selection is in the layer list. Why???? I spend so much time just rearranging things because of this.
70s Office Design
Hi design Twitter. I’m officially looking for my next role! After moving back from London 5 months ago, I took a break to have my 2nd baby. I’m now ready to start chatting abt exciting, new challenges & how I can help. If you’d like to chat, pls reach out. Would appreciate RTs.🙏🏼
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Issue 24 of AisleOne Digest is out, featuring work from the father of Japanese graphic design, Yusaku Kamekura. Subscribe for free to read the issue.
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Anyone know which typeface is used for the office signage in Severance? It ain’t Eurostile. Can’t seem to find it.
Olivetti TC1150 designed by George Sowden.
Issue 24 of AisleOne Digest is out, featuring work from the father of Japanese graphic design, Yusaku Kamekura. Subscribe for free to read the issue.
It's what you do with it that matters. Repetition, frequency and consistency is a powerful tool. Blue Circle was a pioneering modernist corporate identity programme that did just that. Henrion Design Associates, 1968. Read more about this/sign-up at:
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PLEASURE is Road Markings, Signals & Signs & BASS (Best of British) #MichaelCPlace
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PLEASURE is a 60x40 blue backed poster — #MichaelCPlace
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Announcing my next film: ENO. The definitive career-spanning, multi-platform documentary about visionary musician and artist @brianeno. It's like an art film about creativity, with the output of Brian’s 50-year career as its raw material. Coming in 2023.
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Late #AGI member Hiromu Hara (Japan, inducted in 1966) Japanese Typography, 1959 #alliancegraphiqueinternationale #HiromuHara
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Sketches by Swiss graphic artist and product designer Susi Berger-Wyss.
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The Panasonic R77 (1975) - a portable radio with built in calendar.…
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Fuji Bikes logo designed in 1973 by William Bevington.
A while ago, we wrote a fun piece about some of our fav content creators like @AisleOne, @hunterschwarz and @presentcorrect, and drew some cheeky (but not too farfetched) parallels to the infamous Lady Whistledown. What other newsletters/blogs should I check out!…
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Sketches by Swiss graphic artist and product designer Susi Berger-Wyss.
Nissan Dome Zero Prototype (1978)
To add to @Mikeashworth12 wonderful #Liverpool logo's yesterday: some pages from the #1970s #Manchester #GMPTE #GraphicDesign manual held by the magnificent @MoTGM. Who can forget that delicious orange livery and #Helvetica @NUL_Transport @alextransdev @_doublearrow @BusManual?
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Issue 23 of AisleOne Digest is out, featuring the work of Czechoslovakian graphic designer Ladislav Sutnar and more. Subscribe for free to read the issue.
1976 Alfa Romeo Navajo Concept
I just want to go back to making cool looking websites in Flash. Product Design has become unbearable.
Learning Blender these last few weeks has been a blast. It’s reignited my love for 3D. Cant wait to make some more of these. #Blender3d
we have a need to scale our product design team by 1 or 2 more people if you’re a mid-to-senior freelance product designer, and looking for good, consistent work, get at me!
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Who remembers using Kai's Power Tools in the 90s? 🙋🏼‍♂️Look at that UINY
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