23 February 2009


Vogelhäus is a small independent studio in Columbus, Ohio.

TSA two point o

23 February 2009

After several months redesigning and building, we’re really happy to get the new TSA site up. Thank you Matt Loseke for all your help.

New features include creative resources, author bios, recommended reading, and soon to come – an exclusive section of projects, articles, and interviews. We are also working on a collaborative series, which should be done fairly soon, and is shaping up nicely.

Thanks for visiting.

Photographs by Corey Arnold

Reception with the artist Thursday, February 26, 2009  6-8 pm
Sara Tecchia Roma New York

529 West 20th Street,  212-741-2900

Ariane Spanier

22 February 2009


Get to know the brilliant Berlin based graphic designer – Ariane Spanier.
Via StylePress.

Barney Bubbles new book/blog

20 February 2009


There’s an interesting new blog in support of Paul Gorman’s book, Reasons to be Cheerful: The Life and Work of Barney Bubbles, featuring expanded and adapted material from the book as well as new and previously unpublished information and images about the designer.

A little about Barney Bubbles, if you’re unfamiliar: Barney was responsible for posters for The Rolling Stones, light shows for Pink Floyd, 150+ record sleeves for the likes of Hawkwind, Elvis Costello, Ian Dury, Billy Bragg and Depeche Mode, and pioneering promo videos, stage sets, post-modern furniture and paintings as well as a host of book and magazine designs.

Book available here.

Candy Magazine – redesign

20 February 2009




Candy Magazine gets a makeover and the new issue is chock-full of great interviews and articles. Issue 11: For All Intents & Purposes features Jen Stark, Alex Trochut, Kim Høltermand, Chris Ro, Alex Gross, and many others.

Redesign was done by Keith Nally and Jamie Delaney at MakeItWorkDesign. Thanks for the note Keith!

Hutchinson and Maul

Hutchinson and Maul

Hutchinson and Maul from Seattle.


18 February 2009




Base launches a new website featuring downloadable PDFs. I’m not crazy about viewing work this way, but there are still plenty of nice projects to see.

WhatTheFont for iPhone

18 February 2009


Another neat iPhone app for designers and type geeks. Identify any font by snapping a picture of it. It works surprisingly well. From MyFonts.

Christelle Bonnet

16 February 2009



Christelle Bonnet in Bordeaux, France.