European flags redesigned as Japanese prefectures https://www.reddit.com/r/europe/comments/6nl0tu/european_flags_redesigned_as_japanese_prefectures/
21 points and 21 comments so far on reddit
"We think that what we’ve assembled here is at least an indication of things to come, and if it all feels slightly gothic, don’t blame us: we’re just the messengers."
SLEEK predicts the 50 ideas, subjects and people everyone will be talking about into the future
Stop. Using. Periods. Period. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2016/06/13/stop-using-periods-period-2/
The period is vanishing, and it is great
How to design a library that makes kids want to read
When Michael Bierut was tapped to design a logo for public school libraries, he had no idea that he was embarking on a years-long passion project. In this often hilarious talk, he recalls his obsessive quest to bring energy, learning, art and graphics into these magical spaces where school librarian... ... See more
Colour Wheels, Charts, and Tables Through History
A chart from 1746 by Jacques-Fabien Gautier illustrating his theory that the primary colours are black and white, with red, yellow, and blue being secondary. Colours were thought to be drawn out of the shadows by the presence of light. Explore more of how people have organised and theorised colour over the centuries in our visual history of colour wheels, charts, and tables: from simple circles to multi-layered pyramids, from scientific systems to those based on the hues of human emotion: http://buff.ly/2qZ80WJ ... See more
A rare interview with Marithé Bachellerie. Something fresh is happening in fashion, and Marithé and François Girbaud are once again at the forefront.
A 17th century German book on the art of writing.
The letter T from a 17th-century German book on the art of writing. A great range of different styles are represented seemingly increasing in elaborateness, and also illegibility, as the book goes on: http://buff.ly/2rHqCZI ... See more
Using trees as a building material results in fantastically overgrown creations.
When TV Logos Were Physical Objects
It goes without saying that nearly everything made with graphic design and video software was once produced using a physical process, from newspapers to TV Logos. But some TV stations and film studios took things even further and designed physical logos that were filmed to create dynamic special eff ... See more
Happy Mother's Day!
A photo posted by stephen mcmennamy (@smcmennamy) on May 26, 2016 at 4:47pm PDT Atlanta art director and photographer Stephen McMennamy has created brillia
So that's what's going on.
This is a comic about the backfire effect.
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