Typographic Posters by Muhittin Güneş

Typographic Posters by Muhittin Güneş

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I love typographic posters, there are fresh and hard challenges to take in as you wanna explore and experiment with a few ideas. Let’s take the work of Muhittin Güneş who is a typographer and designer from Istanbul, Turkey, he shared a lovely series of ‘typographic posters’ and they are sublime. The contrast is remarkable and I love how the black color plays such a dominant role in these series. Make sure to give Muhittin some love and make sure to follow his work. Continue reading

How to Survive a Pandemic — Book Design

How to Survive a Pandemic — Book Design

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As we are getting close to the end of 2021, I still feel the vibes of 2020 right in the air. It’s like we still haven’t got over it, enough we have some vibes of some normality back. Somehow…Anjela Freyja is a Montreal-based art director and designer who shared a book design titled ‘How to Survive a Pandemic’. It’s a refreshing look at what we would call ‘self-care tips’ and they are just genius. You just gotta appreciate its simplicity, editorial design with the grids and layouts. Through the words and design, Anjela also shared an ‘Adobe Live’ where you get a detailed glimpse of how she designed the book as well. Give it a look. Continue reading

Discarded Wind Turbine Blades Are Upcycled into Sleek Bike Shelters in Denmark

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It’s estimated that before 2050, we’ll generate 43 million tons of waste worldwide from one of the most promising clean energy producers alone. Wind turbines, while a cheap and carbon-free alternative to fossil fuels, are only 85 percent recyclable or reusable, and their massive fiberglass blades, which are so large that they span the length of a football field, are notoriously difficult to break down and often end up deteriorating in a landfill for 20 to 25 years. Until a high-volume solution for recycling the structures becomes viable, there’s a growing trend in repurposing the pieces for maze-style playgrounds, construction materials like pellets and panels, or pedestrian bridges as proposed by Re-Wind Network, a group devoted to finding new uses for the unused parts. Continue reading

We’re Raffling 5 of Braun’s Most Iconic Products

Our collaboration with Braun is dropping this week and to celebrate, we’ve teamed up with the brand to raffle off 5 of its most iconic items. From the Dieter Rams-designed TG 1000 tape-recorder, to the 1962 razor designed by Gerd Alfred Müller and Hans Gugelot, this is your chance to own a piece of design history. Browse the pieces below and subscribe to our newsletter here for the chance to win all 5 items. Continue reading