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"Waiting for the barbarians" - limited publication of 200 copies for the Piekary Gallery exhibition of two artists. Delicate and massive fonts were used to enhance the contrast/difference in styles. Inside covers, different for each artist, designed in black and white, each in a different typographic style.
ZhiHong Wang is an award-winning graphic designer born in 1975 in Taipei, based in Taiwan. In 1995 he graduated from department of advertisement design at fu-hsin trade and arts school. Started his studio in 2000 and has been specializing in graphic design for books on various subjects and for fine art projects and events, ranging from architecture, film, to performing arts. In 2008 launched his book publishing program insight with a trade publisher, featuring translated titles on art and design, such as the works by Kashiwa Sato, Araki Nobuyoshi, Kenya Hara, Yayoi Kusama and Otl Aicher.
Minimal Movie Posters is artistic characteristics is to use as few shapes as possible, which in this case make sure it's rich in symbolism in movie posters. Today we have gather-ed memorable movie poster made by fans in terrific minimalist style for your inspiration
This is Pacifica™ is an independent graphic design studio that brings a wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm to every new project and offers a scope of capabilities that includes editorial, exhibition, signage, websites, motion, and brand identity systems.
Salt Point House by Thomas Phifer and Partners is an open-ended, painted-cedar box, lined in maple plywood and overlaid on two sides with corrugated screens of perforated, stainless steel. Its brief could hardly have been more humble. The Salt Point House has an ethereal presence as elusive and weightless as a mirage, its edges seemingly dissolving into the surrounding forested landscape.
Alberto Seveso is an illustrator and graphic designer from Italy. In his latest series a due Color, Alberto photographs plumes of ink underwater. The textures, detail and organic shapes are absolutely incredible.
Underwater ink photographs.were made by taking high-speed photographs of ink mixing with water, but unlike the previous times, the artist mixed two colors and titled his new series ‘a due Colori’.