Posts Tagged ‘graphic design’

Rare Postcards from the Bauhaus School of Design

In 1923, the renknowned Bauhaus School of Design had its first exhibition. New York’s Museum of Modern Art recently acquired a rare complete set of 20 promotional postcards for the event. The postcards were created by 16 students and masters, and sent to some of the most influential people in Europe at the time. See [...]

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Useful Resources for Graphic Designers

Thought I’d share some links to some useful graphic design resources: Skillshare – This is a fantastic website for creatives. Brush up on design skills or learn something new at Skillshare. Fonts in use – A website where typophiles can view a public archive of typography in design. Lipsum – A useful website where you [...]

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Infographics!

I stumbled upon these useful infographics about graphic design that I think are useful. Have a look!        

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Gifts for Graphic Designers

Here’s a roundup of unique gifts you can give to the creative in your life (or if that’s you, you can add these to your wish list!): What graphic designer wouldn’t love these 3D Printed cookie cutters shaped as your favourite font? Because why would you get white socks when you can get Rouge red [...]

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Documentaries to watch if you are a Graphic Designer

Thought I’d share a mix of inspiring documentaries about art and design. Why Man Creates An inspiring documentary from 1968 by acclaimed graphic designer Saul Bass that discusses creativity and the creative process. Milton Glaser: To Inform and Delight An inspiring look into the world of Milton Glaser, one of the Graphic Design industries legendary [...]

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