Kokoro & Moi

08 May 2009

Kokoro & Moi

Kokoro & Moi

One of my favorite Finnish design studios, Kokoro & Moi have updated their site with some new work.  Focusing mainly on branding and brand development, this innovative yet playful duo never seem to dissappoint.  Via: Swiss Legacy

Andreas Pihlström

06 May 2009

Andreas Pihlstrom

Update of the design studio Suprb based in Stockholm, very good work !


05 May 2009

Negro (Ariel Di Lisio and Gustavo Borges) from Argentina got in touch the other day introducing their new font Marzo. There is lots of fantastic work on their site.

Quote: Tschichold

01 May 2009


I revisited some notes I had written in response to reading Anne Burdick’s essay “Neomania” published in Emigre 24. I like to go back to essays like that whenever I feel pressured or overwhelmed to be a certain type of designer. I think most of us can relate to that sort of desperation. Reading an essay or even the newspaper can help assuage our creative frustration and bring a steady footing when “the rapid turnover dizzies the Rational Functionalist in each of us.” (Which we should like to keep steadied, right?)


25 April 2009

Atelier télescopique

22 April 2009

Atelier télescopique is a design firm based in Lille, France. They also run a digital type foundry called AinsiFont.

Douglas Lee

21 April 2009


Airbrush style typographic illustrations by the the multi-talented Douglas Lee also known as Lee Douglas.

Google Maps Typography

21 April 2009

Rhett Dashwood, Creative Director at Wade, enjoys spending his free time scouring maps of Victoria, Australia. Google Maps Typography.


17 April 2009

Those smoky swashes came to my attention today. Great font from Canada Type finally available for retail (some of you may already know of Memoriam via New York Times Magazine). Similar extreme display contrast as Mommie.



New York based design studio, Project Projects, have updated their website with a fresh design & loads of great new work.  I remember reading awhile back that they had been planning this redesign, so it’s quite exciting to finally see its launch.