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The Coverjunkie Mag #1

Posted: Januar 6th, 2012 | Author: dk | Filed under: Design, Illustration, Photography, Typography | 25 Comments »

96 pages jam-packed with the best covers of 2011 and interviews with the greatest magazine designers like Arem Duplessis (new York Times Mag) // Richard Turley (Bloomberg Businessweek) // Matt Willey (Port Magazine) // Rodrigo Sanchez (Metropoli) // Francesco Franchi (IL) // Robert Newman (Readers Digest) and the legend George Lois.

About:
Coverjunkie is all about creativity and inspiration.
An addiction to magazine covers that smack you in the face or you wanna lick.
Your daily shot of highlights from all around the world. We celebrate ace covers and their inspirational designers (and yeah, Kate Moss).

Coverjunkie is about loving mags & loving creativity!

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www.coverjunkie.bigcartel.com


Print #August 2011

Posted: September 9th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Design | 14 Comments »

MOVEMENT A special section of Print, guest designed by SPIN // LINCECUM IN MOTION The carefully engineered pitching form of the San Francisco Giants ace is the epitome of good design. by Angela Riechers // REVISITING SCHIPHOL Total Design’s former creative director on Benno Wissing and the airport that changed the world. by Ben Bos  // DISAPPEARING INFORMATION Cartlidge Levene’s way-finding systems get us from A to B without so much as a whisper. by Mark Sinclair // HOW THE CITY MOVES US In New York and Paris, the way we get around defines life. Plus: a preview of the book 100 Ideas for New York. by James Biber // SCENES FROM A REVOLUTION Documenting the visual legacy of Egypt’s popular revolt, from photocopied fliers to Coke ads. by Ursula Lindsey // HOLLYWOOD’S LOST TITLE DESIGNER The man behind the titles of Bonnie and Clyde and a thousand other films and TV shows steps out from the shadows. by Steven Brower // MOVING PICTURES What’s the matter with Hollywood film posters? by Adrian Shaughnessy

Contact
Print magazine
38 East 29th Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10016

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About Print
Print is a bimonthly magazine about visual culture and design. Founded in 1940 by William Edwin Rudge, Print is dedicated to showcasing the extraordinary in design on and off the page. Covering a field as broad as communication itself—publication and book design, animation and motion graphics, corporate branding and rock posters, exhibitions and street art—Print covers commercial, social, and environmental design from every angle. Engagingly written by cultural reporters and critics who look at design in its social, political, and historical contexts, Print explores why our world looks the way it looks, and why the way it looks matters.

www.printmag.com


slanted #15 / Experimental

Posted: September 1st, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Design, Typography | 14 Comments »

ISSUE #15 // Experimental deals with experimental design strategies in typography and graphic design. This issue presents projects incorporating the accident into the design process, works based on mistakes and inaccuracy, fonts that derive from a concept or a system – in the end work that experiments or goes unconventional ways in design.

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www.slanted.de


Eye #80

Posted: August 25th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Design | 16 Comments »

20 YEARS of EYE // From inspirational design history to the subversion of new technology.

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www.eyemagazine.com


+81 Magazine #53 Next Creativity Issue

Posted: August 21st, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Design, Fashion, Film, Music, Photography | 11 Comments »

CREATOR’S INTERVIEWS // Toko, LoSiento, Neil Kellerhouse, Quadradão, Letra, Johanna Bonnevier, Vruchtvlees, Letters & Numbers, Gregory Kaufman, Tom Darracott, Molho, Julien Vallée, Brand New School, Rafaël Rozendaal, FIELD, Kyle Phillips

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www.plus81.com


IdN #v18n3 - Making the Perfect Accidents

Posted: August 18th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Design | 15 Comments »

In the ever-more-perfect world of computerised design, accidents can be inspirational. When the software seizes up, some free spirits become even more creative. What was once a goof is now a genre – let the featuring 12 glitch-design specialists explain how it has opened up new vistas for them.

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www.idnworld.com


DAMNmagazine #29

Posted: Juli 24th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Architecture, Art, Design | 25 Comments »

A WASH ON EUROPES SHORES Human behaviour in troubled times // BLINDED BY THE LIGHT The 54th venice art biennial // QUEST FOR MEANING Art to the nth degree // LIVING LARGE Nils Holger Moormann’s Alpine Universe // INVADING NEW TERRITORIES Siggi Eggertsson, Designer without borders // BRICK BY BRICK Francis Kere paves the way for change // ORDINARY PEOPLE The art of simple living

Contact
DAMn°magazine / DAMnation Ltd
HQ Brussels
26, N Marché aux Grains
BE-1000 Brussels

HQ Berlin
Yorckstrasse 74
D-10965 Berlin

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About
DAMn° is an independent publication with an open-minded view on the interchangeable worlds of design, architecture and art. Exploring the blurred boundaries of creative forms and expressions, it is about people, products and places, tradition and originality, improvisation and inventiveness. The support of contributors from across the world offers a diverse and expansive mix of inquisitive and wilful stories - creative responses to contemporary culture with a distinctive visual and textual attitude.

DAMn°’s starting point is where most magazines stop, bringing editorial content beyond hype or conventional academic debate. Unafraid to link the personal and the political, the economic and the emotional, the stylistic and the social, DAMn° juxtaposes beauty and decay with an approach that is both thoughtful and playful. Well that’s the general idea anyway. - DAMNmagazine

www.damnmagazine.net


It’s Nice That #6

Posted: Juli 4th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Design, Interview, Literature | 15 Comments »

ISSUE #6 of the It’s Nice That magazine includes interviews with George Lois, Asger Carlsen, Lawrence Weiner and Kate MacGarry as well as a conversation between Martino Gamper and Francis Upritchard. // It also includes features by Marion Deuchars, Mikey Please, Carl Kleiner, Nicholas Gottlund, David Bennewith, Toro Y Moi, Keith Haring and Shelagh Cluett as well as a selection of work recently featured online.

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http://www.itsnicethat.com/


BROWNBOOK #27

Posted: Mai 16th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Culture, Design, Lifestyle, Travel | 21 Comments »

Brownbook #27 explores the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, unveil’s a culture managing to balance tradition with modernity and discovers new forums of expression within the country’s vast landscapes. Brownbook also discovers a flying school over the Red Sea, the secrets of mosque design in Turkey, and a Japanese architect using Islamic design.

Contact
Brownbook magazine
Dubai Media City
P.O.Box 11370

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About
Brownbook is an urban lifestyle guide focusing on design, culture and travel across the Middle East and North Africa. They publish six times a year.

www.brownbook.ae


Businessweek // The Movie Sort of

Posted: Mai 7th, 2011 | Author: dk | Filed under: Business, Design, Film | No Comments »

BUSINESSWEEK: THE MOVIE SORT OF from bizweekgraphics on Vimeo.

Time lapse of the making the Businessweek over a week..

www.businessweek.com