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In a new book, Markus Lange delves into the life and work of German graphic designer Karl-Heinz Drescher. For almost 40 years, Drescher was the in-house graphic designer for the Berliner Ensemble theatre in East Germany and the book celebrates his ongoing dedication to type-based design, even in a harsh political climate.
A Practice for Everyday Life has developed the identity for the American Hardwood Export Council’s London Design Festival project _Legacy,_ – which invites the heads of cultural institutions from London to commission new furniture for the organisation.
Telling font styles apart was one of the hardest things to do when I started working as a designer. Being self-taught, the only major difference I could see was that a font was either a serif or a sans-serif. But the more I explored, the more I realised how vast the universe of font styles actually is.
French artist Jean-Michel Othoniel has published a new book about the flowers within the storied Paris museum’s art collection, alongside an intervention of new paintings in the Louvre’s glass-roofed French sculpture hall
French artist Julien Pacaud calls his work “digital collage” as he uses a computer to create his artworks rather than the traditional method of scissors and glue. Self-taught, Pacaud claims he works by instinct. He flicks thru vintage magazines and old books looking for an image that will inspire hi