May32012
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fakingfashion:

Alisa Frolkina

Paul de Luna

Mojeh Magazine

May/June 2012

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A little message to the current climate I made…

A little message to the current climate I made…

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artofficialintelligence:

espresso republic by salih kucukaga

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rubysoho:

New work in my store: http://society6.com/ebacanov , feel free to check it out!

For more of my work, go here: http://sohoruby.tk

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thedsgnblog:

Mats Ottdal  |  http://jeksel.com

Mats Ottdal is a multidisciplinary Designer / Art Director with an additional passion for illustration and typography. After 8 years experience working closely with local and international clients, Mats Ottdal is currently working with design projects for agencies in Oslo, London and New York, mostly within branding and packaging design. In the past 2 years, Mats Ottdal has worked on design projects for clients like Nestea, Virgin, Havaianas, The Coca-Cola Company, Absolut Vodka and Nike.

the design blog: facebook | twitter

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thedsgnblog:

OK200  | http://behance.net/ok200

OK200 is a graphic design studio based in the center of Amsterdam. We work in the field of printed matter and webdesign with a strong focus on typography.

the design blog: facebook | twitter

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weandthecolor:

Graphic Design Inspiration

Some selected graphic design works from several projects by The International Office, a New Zealand based design studio. Check out more works here.
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weandthecolor:

Graphic Design Inspiration

Some selected graphic design works from several projects by The International Office, a New Zealand based design studio. Check out more works here.

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This font is used just as much as Helvetica these days 

thedsgnblog:

If you want to buy my prints, t-shirts, iphone cases etc., now is the right time to do it! Free shipping thru Sunday at http://society6.com/ebacanov

Go buy something! :)

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theworldofagraphicdesigner:

2011 Lumens Catalogue by Bildi Grafiks

The catalogue – designed in line with the graphic identity defined to sign the route leading to the works – is the crowning glory of the event. The aim was to convey a sense of the transitory nature of 2011 Lumens and its industrial (i.e. not very elegant), haphazard character. The catalogue is divided into five parts: introductions and background information on 2011 Lumens; a text by the curator; a section on the light works, which offers a visual overview of the route from start to finish; biographical notes on the participating artists; and a section that focuses on the opening event.

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