Copyright David McCandless, Courtesy of HarperCollins, from The Visual Miscellaneum
Reblogged from Lo’s List
This logo was done by Jacob Cass, a native of Sydney, Australia who moved to NYC
in 2010. I think it is a great example of using ambiguity of positive and negative space
when creating a logo. His company is Just creative Design and he designs for
corporate identity, web design and print. Visit his blog for interesting work and articles
on logo design: http://justcreativedesign.com
The folks at Counter-Print.co.uk have just issued Eight:48,
a new journal about design and design issues.
Here’s what they say about it: via Read All About It.
MoMA’s Department of Architecture and Design has acquired the @ symbol into its collection. It is a momentous, elating acquisition that makes us all proud. But what does it mean, both in conceptual and in practical terms?
Ray Tomlinson. @. 1971.
Here displayed in ITC American Typewriter Medium, the closest approximation to the character used by a Model 33 Teletype in the early 1970s
In 2005, Leif Steiner of Moxie Sozo organized the Hurricane Poster Project. The effort raised 50,000 for victims of the hurricane. Exhibitions of the show appeared around the country and in Europe. Additionally, many of the posters are now in permanent collections of several major museums, including the Library of Congress and the Louvre.