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I’m Áron Jancsó, freelance graphic designer from Hungary. I’m a type addict. Building from scratch is how I like to work, sometimes even designing every single letter of a poster. I prefer shapes and sctructures instead of effects. My style is a blend of modernism, street culture and callygraphy, but it is also very experimental, I’m always searching for new ways of creation.
The book lists 250 of the best songs for the times when solid advice is needed. the songs represent popular music styles from the last 50 years, from rock to folk and from punk to hip hop. it’s a collection of famous songs, but there are many surprises as well.
Format: 130 x 180 mm, hardcover. Extend: 520 pages. Author: Marcus Kraft. Publisher: Bis Publishers, nl. ISBN: 978-90-6369-288-9
Large brings together Léo Carbonnet, Arthur Bonifay, Geoffrey Pellet and Emmanuel Besse, four graphic designers based in Paris and Brussels. A spontaneous approach is key to our work. We advocate a modern understanding of visual communication while our practice is based on the search for strong graphic and typographic solutions. We are Large because we share different yet complementary views, large because of our versatility: art direction, illustration, book, type and web design.
Graphic design in Portugal has no major reference than Sebastião Rodrigues (1929-1997), a graphic artist (the name that before the professionals of graphic communication were called). After forty years of work as a graphic artist, Rodrigues was internationally distinguished in 1991 by ICOGRADA’s “Excellence Award” in consideration of his remarkable work for Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation – he created the corporate identity of this institution – still in use today. His legacy still lives and the book about his work (Sebastião Rodrigues – Designer, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon) its a “must” in every portuguese designer bookshelf.
From the article “Design Colonizers” writen by the portuguese designer Emanuel Barbosa: Identity Magazine, Issue 11, Summer 2007, Art Graphics, Moscow
Above: Snowman kit
Partners & Spade, established in 2008 by Andy Spade and Anthony Sperduti, is a storefront and studio on Great Jones Street in the NoHo neighborhood of lower Manhattan. The studio produces films, books, apparel and conceptual products as well as marketing and branding projects for select corporate clients. The storefront, open on weekends to the public, presents a constantly re-imagined group show of artwork, objects, collections and ideas generated by an ever changing cast of collaborators.