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A Legacy in Letters with Erik Spiekermann

28/05/2020 design & fashion

A Legacy in Letters with Erik Spiekermann

Take Berlin as an example: without the typographer and communication designer, Erik Spiekermann one would find it harder to get around provided one does not know the city well to start with. A master of graphic design and communication, he revolutionized his field and pushed it in a new direction, plus put Germany on the world stage of graphics and typeface. Delve into his legacy on his 73rd birthday.
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The Scent Mystique

25/05/2020 design & fashion

The Scent Mystique

What do the hallowed halls of Hollywood smell like? Could you tell the difference between the odors of Matthew McConaughey or Willem Dafoe? Perhaps you want to recapture the smells of Berghain? Uncover the mysterious scents of money, nightclubs, and the Internet through The Essence.
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The Mind Behind Redesign

16/05/2020 design & fashion visual culture

The Mind Behind Redesign

"Print is still necessary. I can still appreciate some important values in print that digital doesn’t provide. Print means a reduced, physical space where you have the whole view of a story. It takes a different mental focus to proceed. The way we consume the news in print is complementary to digital," explains Javier Errea, one of the most renowned individuals in newspaper design.
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The Streamlined Surrealism of Carlo Mollino

06/05/2020 architecture & interior design & fashion

The Streamlined Surrealism of Carlo Mollino

The limitless ability of Carlo Mollino is what separates him from other designers of the mid-century era of utopian visions. A renaissance man whose oeuvre embraced the cultural and technological world, he grew to become a symbolic part of Turin's architectural and interior design landscape. Look back at his legacy on what would have been his birthday.
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A Love Affair With Typography

04/05/2020 design & fashion visual culture

A Love Affair With Typography

"Libération’s most recognizable element is, without a doubt, its red diamond-shaped logo," but also its striking visual journalism and typography. Characterized by a very distinctive use of typeface from the start, we delve into how Javier Errea aimed to distance the newspaper from the dominant visual aesthetics of the time.
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The Infographic Is Mightier Than The Sword by Alberto Lucas López

24/04/2020 design & fashion visual culture

The Infographic Is Mightier Than The Sword

Infographics are often regarded as the world's most-spoken language. In the field of journalism, they have the ability to unify incredibly dense and complicated subjects in a way that is attainable for all. "The pearl of journalism," explains Alberto Lucas López, one of the most celebrated infographers of this generation. Delve into his journey and discover how he changed the style guide of National Geographic.
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