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I like how the type and grid are set on a plane floating above the city. Nice perspective. Nice work by Ori Kometani

The Spatial Economy: Cities, Regions, and International Trade by Masahisa Fujita

Jacques Rancière, The Intervals of Cinema. Design by Jessica Svendsen. The first English translation of Rancière’s “Les écarts du cinéma”. Écarts appears to be a tricky word to render in English, probably because Rancière’s use of it is more evocative than literal. Google translates it as “differences.” Earlier excerpts of the book have it as “gaps.” Verso has chosen “intervals,” which connotes time in an appropriately cinematic manner, and that’s what this cover plays on. I’d been meaning…

50 book covers for 2014 The Intervals of Cinema by Jacques Rancière; design by Jessica Svendsen (Verso / October

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I think this is a great piece of design because of the way the text in the image tells the story. The way that the word "Stranger" is portrayed makes the viewer feel almost uneasy because of how it appears shaky and blurred.

Tom McCarthy's Next Book Vs. Easy Literary Classification

Via designer Peter Mendelsund comes this design for the cover of the next book from the wonderfully unclassifiably Tom McCarthy. (Satin Island is due out in early Given that McCarthy’s…

eames inspiration scrapbooking cover

Eames: The Architect & The Painter. A must-see documentary about midcentury pin-up couple Charles and Ray Eames.

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Memphis Design style - Shanti Sparrow has just been named number 27 of Women Doing Amazing Things in Graphic Design’. Shanti’s engaging posters and brochures caught the eye of Canva and she’s made the li…

SHARP LED Lighting

EIGA developed the brand name and visual identity of SHARP’s “LED Lighting“ division.

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