Posts tagged design

thedsgnblog:

Nick Misani   |   http://nickmisani.com

“These two labels were created for a hot sauce maker in Western Massachusetts. Bob grows his own organic habaneros to make his sauce and jelly, which are produced in small batches. The design was created as a rubber stamp, so Bob doesn’t need a computer to produce his labels every year (just paper, ink, wheat-paste and he’s ready to go).”

Aside from my love for design, typography, and all things handmade, music is a very important part of my life. In fact, prior to seriously pursuing design, I was trained and a gained a college degree as a classical harpist. I love vintage typography and ephemera, food, and my fantastic little dog, Opus.

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teachingliteracy:

world-shaker:
The Teacher’s Apple: Why Apple is Dominating the Tech War for Today’s Classroom [INFOGRAPHIC]
Click through for the full thing!
(source: http://www.opencolleges.edu.au)

teachingliteracy:

world-shaker:

The Teacher’s Apple: Why Apple is Dominating the Tech War for Today’s Classroom [INFOGRAPHIC]

Click through for the full thing!

(source: http://www.opencolleges.edu.au)

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yoannmichaux:

Read. Weller Book Works Ads by Super To Secret.

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thedsgnblog:

Meg Jannott | http://megjannott.com

“This was created as a personal project- something that I could do quick design studies with. I wanted to do something different and eventually came up with branding the Presidents of the…

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thedsgnblog:

Fred Carriedo   |   http://fredcarriedo.com

“Identity 2 Project:2 Bass Pro Shop identity redesign.”

I’m inspired by concept and driven by the powerful messages of simple, minimalistic, and practical design.

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Milton Glaser’s Advice to Young Artists

(Source: youtube.com)

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