Tagged: Graphic Design

NASA Graphics Standards Manual

NASA Graphics Standards Manual

Jesse Reed and Hamish Smith avoid the sophomore slump with deftness, we speak to the designers and collaborators about the public release their reproduction of the NASA Graphics Standards Manual.

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A Conversation with Charlotte Cheetham

A Conversation with Charlotte Cheetham

After ten years of running manystuff.org, the preeminent archive of contemporary graphic design, Charlotte Cheetham is calling it quits. We speak to the curator and take a look back at the one of the design community’s favorite resources.

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Ficciones Typografika

Ficciones Typografika

One of the most exciting ongoing exhibitions of international poster design is taking place on the side of a garage on a quiet residential street in Minnesota.

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The Last Diners of NYC

The Last Diners of NYC

Nowadays, it seems nothing in NYC is safe from redevelopment into luxury condos. One icon of the city, the classic freestanding diner, has now nearly been developed out of existence. A graphic designer shares her exploration of some of the city’s last best bastions of neon and black coffee.

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Interview: Bijan Berahimi

Interview: Bijan Berahimi

Less than 2 years after earning a BFA from CalArts, Bijan Berahimi has already hit a major professional stride. He’s done solid work for Nike Soccer’s 2014 World Cup effort, has illustrated for publications like GOOD and lectures at the likes of Santa Fe University of Art & Design. The contemporary art and design gallery he co-founded in Portland, […]

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Unit Editions: Type Plus

Unit Editions: Type Plus

Print is a tenacious beast, indeed. As the pendulum of popular opinion swings in earnest back toward analogue, last decade’s rallying cry of “print is dead!” is now ultra passé—quelled by a seemingly continuous influx of new and supremely good art and lifestyle publications. But despite this rising new wave of design-conscious lit, the overall market is […]

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20Y HORT

20Y HORT

This year, our friends and Human Being Journal alumni HORT turn twenty. That’s the big two-oh—two decades that the venerable Berlin outfit have been pushing creative buttons, stretching the limits of collaborative process and just creating straight stellar work. HORT is marking the occasion with an exhibition, 20Y HORT, at KK Outlet in east London. Rather than career-spanning retrospective, the show […]

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Staff Picks: Eric

Staff Picks: Eric

Senior Designer Eric Gilkey is a stalwart of the Need Supply Co. creative team. With a razor sharp eye and particularly judicious tastes, Eric works through each assignment in search of the clearest solution, creating systems as elegant as they are visually powerful. A Richmond native, Eric likes to do things his own way. He […]

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