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Behold the Dreamers design Jaya Micelij

Behold the Dreamers design Jaya Micelij

Impossible Modernism design Anne Jordan and Mitch Goldstein

Impossible Modernism design Anne Jordan and Mitch Goldstein

The Sound Of Color - Creating A Color Palette With Your Favorite Music. #colorpalettes #paintcolors #beatles #beyonce #daftpunk #florenceandthemachine #mumfordandsons

The Sound Of Color - Creating A Color Palette With Your Favorite Music. #colorpalettes #paintcolors #beatles #beyonce #daftpunk #florenceandthemachine #mumfordandsons

A new poster series based around colours and geometry.

A new poster series based around colours and geometry.

MODERN LOVE on Behance

MODERN LOVE on Behance

Designers love colour! The RGB spectrum we work with on our digital computers gives us the widest possible range of colour to work with, much wider than the range of hues that can be replicated in CMYK inks, but that’s not to say there aren’t some ultra bright print projects out there to admire. In …

Designers love colour! The RGB spectrum we work with on our digital computers gives us the widest possible range of colour to work with, much wider than the range of hues that can be replicated in CMYK inks, but that’s not to say there aren’t some ultra bright print projects out there to admire. In …

Alan Kitching

Alan Kitching

Südpol-Plakate: Felix Pfäffli

Südpol-Plakate: Felix Pfäffli

T14 by Albe Steiner. 1968, Poster. One of the most essential and at the same time impactful posters in the history Italian graphic design. Official poster for the 14th Milan Triennale exhibition, it features the event’s geometric mark (a positive T and a negative 14), that here becomes a sort of beautiful abstract painting. Texts are printed in red, always considered to be the second typographic colour par excellence after black, as a way to both differentiate them from the mark and to…

T14 by Albe Steiner. 1968, Poster. One of the most essential and at the same time impactful posters in the history Italian graphic design. Official poster for the 14th Milan Triennale exhibition, it features the event’s geometric mark (a positive T and a negative 14), that here becomes a sort of beautiful abstract painting. Texts are printed in red, always considered to be the second typographic colour par excellence after black, as a way to both differentiate them from the mark and to…