The Myths of Design

Myths of design

“The Myths of Design” is a collection of advice, stories, anecdotes and interviews featuring some of the world’s best designers. The book is still in progress , but will feature Erik Marinovich, Aaron Draplin, Jolby & Friends, Kate Bingaman-Burt, Don Clark and others. To support production costs and secure a copy please visit the Kickstarter campaign.


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Braley Design

Braley Design

A veteran of brand, print, and packaging design, Michael Braley has amassed an impressive portfolio of clients, projects and awards. His work has been recognized internationally and is in the permanent collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and The Denver Art Museum.



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Sponsor // The Hungry JPEG

fetridge font

Fetridge & Outfitter

In recent years script fonts have found a renewed interest. Known for their fluid and varied strokes these digital counterparts draw inspiration from sign painting of the past and present. Since they are based on the gestures of the written word, they can add warmth and personality to a design often making it more approachable.

In today’s post we highlight a series of scripts from our sponsor The Hungry JPEG. Ranging in a variety of styles and weights  the examples below represent just a small fraction of their current catalog.


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2015 Holiday Gift Guide: Design Books

Design book gift guide

Here it is, our annual book gift guide! Below you will find over 30 titles from our favorite publishers. Included are our top picks for illustration, graphic design and typography. Enjoy!


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Stefan Glerum – Stained Glass Project

Stefan Glerum - Stained Glass


Stefan Glerum recently updated his portfolio with a stunning project for an Amsterdam-based housing complex. Working along side a fabricator (Atelier Schmit), Stefan crafted a series of  multi-paned stained glass murals that ascend to a height of 60 feet. Both murals pay homage to the local history and feature the Oostergasfabriek (a 19th century gas factory) that was well-known in the area.



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Recently Received


We’ve received some wonderful titles this week and i’m excited to share them. Included are entries from Lars Muller, Chronicle Books, Print, Penguin Books, Walker Art Center, Vitra and Silvania Editoriale. See all the books and images after the jump.

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Nifty – 50

nifty 50

Nifty—50 is a poster project organized by Socio Design, in which 50 creatives from around the world were invited to creatively interpret the word ‘Money’. The fifty posters have been printed as an Edition of One and will be sold through a process of sealed bids on All proceeds from the project will be going to the Countess Mountbatten Hospice Charity — an organisation that cares for people with life-limiting illnesses.



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Chris DeLorenzo Interview

Chris DeLorenzo

I’ve been following the work of Christopher DeLorenzo for sometime now and i’ve always been impressed with his ability to skillfully navigate between illustration, type and design with the slightest of ease. Building on simple forms, he crafts character-driven work that is equally informed by his love for film and passion for literature. A native of Massachusetts, Chris briefly ventured into NY for a stint at Saatchi & Saatchi X. He has since returned, to take on the lead design / art director role at the clothing brand Johnny Cupcakes. We’ve featured Chris’s work on the site in the past, but in today’s interview he grants us a closer look into his work and process.


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Super Super

super super

Brillant work from Super Super, a Warsaw-based creative studio specialising in connecting ideas with design and technology.


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Brand Guide: Singapore Edition

Foreign Policy

Brand Guide: Singapore Edition rounds up the iconic homegrown brands that attest to the current golden age of design in Singapore. Conceived by local design think-tank studio, Foreign Policy Design Group, this publication goes in-depth, featuring the brains behind some of Singapore’s most well-known and well-loved brands, such as Unlisted Collection:, The Lo & Behold Group, Papa Palheta, Ong Shunmugam, GOODSTUPH, DrGL, Supermama, BooksActually,and Plain Vanilla. Doubling as an alternative travel guide for the modern design traveller, Brand Guide: Singapore Edition hopes to share their appreciation for local brands and to inspire that in their readers.

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