Showing posts tagged with “Graphic Design”

aplaceforart:

sending love, boston.

aplaceforart:

sending love, boston.

Stephen Di Donato.
Have you seen Avengers? 
I have heard it should be pretty good.  Or pretty damn superb as my fellow pal once said. And he booked me the tickets to the grand cinema as well. So the answer will soon be on my lips. 

Have you seen Avengers? 

I have heard it should be pretty good.  Or pretty damn superb as my fellow pal once said. And he booked me the tickets to the grand cinema as well. So the answer will soon be on my lips. 


Nunca pasa nada. 


Graphism

The word graphism is not defined in any dictionary, but it refers to the “expression of thought in material symbols”. Graphism began not as a photographic representation of reality but as an abstraction that was geared toward magical-religious matters. Early graphism then was a form of writing that constitutes a ‘symbolic transposition, not copying of reality’.

(Source: cargocollective.com)


living is easy with eyes closed. 

living is easy with eyes closed. 

Tired of minimalist posters yet? If not, these posters made by Australia-based designer Wonchan Lee are great: 

And also some of my favorite movies. 

(Source: anewhype.com)

Taiwan-based Wang Zhi Hong has perfected a minimal (sort of) , type-centric, and beautiful style of book design. He’s won Taiwan’s highest honor for book design five times as well as various other international recognitions and awards. Check out his portfolio for more examples.

Taiwan-based Wang Zhi Hong has perfected a minimal (sort of) , type-centric, and beautiful style of book design. He’s won Taiwan’s highest honor for book design five times as well as various other international recognitions and awards. Check out his portfolio for more examples.