Functional steel typography by Andrew Byron.
P.S.1. Contemporary Art Center’s P.F.1 (Public Farm 1) exhibition is open until September 15th. The piece was developed by Work Architecture Company, the winner of the MoMA/P.S.1 Young Architects Program now in its 9th year.
New bike rack designs for NYC with the help of former Talking Head David Byrne.
The School of Design at Anahuac University is set to host the 19th National Meeting of Graphic Design Schools “Design for Humanity“. The conference runs October 6-10, 2008
Given the current state of affairs, which of course include skyrocketing gas prices, it’s no wonder that car sharing companies have been popping up all over the place.
We’ve compiled a short-list of a few car sharing logos from around the world that have caught our attention. Through our search we noticed a few consistencies in treatment.
Similar Color Scheme | lowercase type treatment | no spacing between words
Adobe discusses its LEED Certified building with Treehugger Radio
Spokes People, a non-profit agency, fashions original jewelry, artwork, and totes from used bike parts. To learn more click here.
In Print Magazine’s August issue, Emily King wrote a great article on a new “type movement” which is being created by an increasing number of programmers.
Tim Fraser Brown reproduced Manet’s ‘Bar at the Folies Bergere’ using over 5,000 pantone chips.
Design For Democracy: Ballot + Election, by Marcia Lausen, takes a closer look at design in politics and offers concise solutions and clear guidelines on how to improve information design in the ballot process. Design for Democracy is an initiative through the AIGA. Many states have already taken the lead by instituting some of Design For Democracy’s recommendations.