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Michael Langan ha realizado este vídeo sin gráficos generados por ordenador. Está hecho, al menos la parte de las luces, con unas simples linternas. Las ha grabado varias veces y las ha superpuesto. No he encontrado imágenes del making off, pero me imagino a muchos tíos, o uno solo, con una linterna atada a una caña de pescar correteando por ahí.
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Joe Ling   |   http://behance.net/JoeLing
"The logo is four letterforms drawn from two different perspectives.  The letters are freestanding forms designed to represent IKEA’s furniture in a room, showing the ability to mix and match with different angles, styles, and perspectives. The logo is organic, just like IKEA, it changes from a black line to a colored one to fit its context. The rest of the identity is based around the four primary colors (all sampled from current IKEA ranges) and the idea of assembly. The logo is often split up across several different elements (business card, and lanyard) which requires interaction to assemble and create the logo - exactly what IKEA is all about. "
Joe Ling is a second year Graphic Design student at Norwich University of the Arts. He has a particular passion for print design, editorial design, branding, and analogue/digital photography. 
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Joe Ling   |   http://behance.net/JoeLing
"The logo is four letterforms drawn from two different perspectives.  The letters are freestanding forms designed to represent IKEA’s furniture in a room, showing the ability to mix and match with different angles, styles, and perspectives. The logo is organic, just like IKEA, it changes from a black line to a colored one to fit its context. The rest of the identity is based around the four primary colors (all sampled from current IKEA ranges) and the idea of assembly. The logo is often split up across several different elements (business card, and lanyard) which requires interaction to assemble and create the logo - exactly what IKEA is all about. "
Joe Ling is a second year Graphic Design student at Norwich University of the Arts. He has a particular passion for print design, editorial design, branding, and analogue/digital photography. 
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Joe Ling   |   http://behance.net/JoeLing
"The logo is four letterforms drawn from two different perspectives.  The letters are freestanding forms designed to represent IKEA’s furniture in a room, showing the ability to mix and match with different angles, styles, and perspectives. The logo is organic, just like IKEA, it changes from a black line to a colored one to fit its context. The rest of the identity is based around the four primary colors (all sampled from current IKEA ranges) and the idea of assembly. The logo is often split up across several different elements (business card, and lanyard) which requires interaction to assemble and create the logo - exactly what IKEA is all about. "
Joe Ling is a second year Graphic Design student at Norwich University of the Arts. He has a particular passion for print design, editorial design, branding, and analogue/digital photography. 
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Joe Ling   |   http://behance.net/JoeLing
"The logo is four letterforms drawn from two different perspectives.  The letters are freestanding forms designed to represent IKEA’s furniture in a room, showing the ability to mix and match with different angles, styles, and perspectives. The logo is organic, just like IKEA, it changes from a black line to a colored one to fit its context. The rest of the identity is based around the four primary colors (all sampled from current IKEA ranges) and the idea of assembly. The logo is often split up across several different elements (business card, and lanyard) which requires interaction to assemble and create the logo - exactly what IKEA is all about. "
Joe Ling is a second year Graphic Design student at Norwich University of the Arts. He has a particular passion for print design, editorial design, branding, and analogue/digital photography. 
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Joe Ling   |   http://behance.net/JoeLing
"The logo is four letterforms drawn from two different perspectives.  The letters are freestanding forms designed to represent IKEA’s furniture in a room, showing the ability to mix and match with different angles, styles, and perspectives. The logo is organic, just like IKEA, it changes from a black line to a colored one to fit its context. The rest of the identity is based around the four primary colors (all sampled from current IKEA ranges) and the idea of assembly. The logo is often split up across several different elements (business card, and lanyard) which requires interaction to assemble and create the logo - exactly what IKEA is all about. "
Joe Ling is a second year Graphic Design student at Norwich University of the Arts. He has a particular passion for print design, editorial design, branding, and analogue/digital photography. 
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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Joe Ling   |   http://behance.net/JoeLing
"The logo is four letterforms drawn from two different perspectives.  The letters are freestanding forms designed to represent IKEA’s furniture in a room, showing the ability to mix and match with different angles, styles, and perspectives. The logo is organic, just like IKEA, it changes from a black line to a colored one to fit its context. The rest of the identity is based around the four primary colors (all sampled from current IKEA ranges) and the idea of assembly. The logo is often split up across several different elements (business card, and lanyard) which requires interaction to assemble and create the logo - exactly what IKEA is all about. "
Joe Ling is a second year Graphic Design student at Norwich University of the Arts. He has a particular passion for print design, editorial design, branding, and analogue/digital photography. 
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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Joe Ling   |   http://behance.net/JoeLing
"The logo is four letterforms drawn from two different perspectives.  The letters are freestanding forms designed to represent IKEA’s furniture in a room, showing the ability to mix and match with different angles, styles, and perspectives. The logo is organic, just like IKEA, it changes from a black line to a colored one to fit its context. The rest of the identity is based around the four primary colors (all sampled from current IKEA ranges) and the idea of assembly. The logo is often split up across several different elements (business card, and lanyard) which requires interaction to assemble and create the logo - exactly what IKEA is all about. "
Joe Ling is a second year Graphic Design student at Norwich University of the Arts. He has a particular passion for print design, editorial design, branding, and analogue/digital photography. 
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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Joe Ling   |   http://behance.net/JoeLing
"The logo is four letterforms drawn from two different perspectives.  The letters are freestanding forms designed to represent IKEA’s furniture in a room, showing the ability to mix and match with different angles, styles, and perspectives. The logo is organic, just like IKEA, it changes from a black line to a colored one to fit its context. The rest of the identity is based around the four primary colors (all sampled from current IKEA ranges) and the idea of assembly. The logo is often split up across several different elements (business card, and lanyard) which requires interaction to assemble and create the logo - exactly what IKEA is all about. "
Joe Ling is a second year Graphic Design student at Norwich University of the Arts. He has a particular passion for print design, editorial design, branding, and analogue/digital photography. 
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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Joe Ling   |   http://behance.net/JoeLing
"The logo is four letterforms drawn from two different perspectives.  The letters are freestanding forms designed to represent IKEA’s furniture in a room, showing the ability to mix and match with different angles, styles, and perspectives. The logo is organic, just like IKEA, it changes from a black line to a colored one to fit its context. The rest of the identity is based around the four primary colors (all sampled from current IKEA ranges) and the idea of assembly. The logo is often split up across several different elements (business card, and lanyard) which requires interaction to assemble and create the logo - exactly what IKEA is all about. "
Joe Ling is a second year Graphic Design student at Norwich University of the Arts. He has a particular passion for print design, editorial design, branding, and analogue/digital photography. 
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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Joe Ling   |   http://behance.net/JoeLing
"The logo is four letterforms drawn from two different perspectives.  The letters are freestanding forms designed to represent IKEA’s furniture in a room, showing the ability to mix and match with different angles, styles, and perspectives. The logo is organic, just like IKEA, it changes from a black line to a colored one to fit its context. The rest of the identity is based around the four primary colors (all sampled from current IKEA ranges) and the idea of assembly. The logo is often split up across several different elements (business card, and lanyard) which requires interaction to assemble and create the logo - exactly what IKEA is all about. "
Joe Ling is a second year Graphic Design student at Norwich University of the Arts. He has a particular passion for print design, editorial design, branding, and analogue/digital photography. 
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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Joe Ling   |   http://behance.net/JoeLing

"The logo is four letterforms drawn from two different perspectives.  The letters are freestanding forms designed to represent IKEA’s furniture in a room, showing the ability to mix and match with different angles, styles, and perspectives. The logo is organic, just like IKEA, it changes from a black line to a colored one to fit its context. The rest of the identity is based around the four primary colors (all sampled from current IKEA ranges) and the idea of assembly. The logo is often split up across several different elements (business card, and lanyard) which requires interaction to assemble and create the logo - exactly what IKEA is all about. "

Joe Ling is a second year Graphic Design student at Norwich University of the Arts. He has a particular passion for print design, editorial design, branding, and analogue/digital photography. 

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Cheesy Designs

A tasty cheese with figs, a gorgonzola with a pear, some parmesan with tomatoes or whatever you prefer for dessert on your wooden plate. This is the creative work of Shine United LLC fom Madison, USA. Specialized into Home & Living, Sports & Recreation, Lifestyle & Culture and of course Food  & Restaurants they knwo how to serve a real good cheesy design. Chewlicious, Craveosity, Flavortism are some of the imaginative ideas to express the good flavor of a handmade piece of cheese with a essence of typography. Bon Apetit!

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Typostrate video wednesday 26

Print me one more time" is a non-profit project created by a printer and a graphic designer working in close collaboration. Responsible for the printing and Magic mechanical was Yann Cloutier. He also contacted us last week for showing this video to our followers and fans.

About the video

The lust for work may be innate but we have to learn working hard. Our common desire for the noble craft and contemporary graphic design brings us this cross-sectional shape which is for us the foundation of this project.
Poster “PMOMT” is the first part of a project oriented to develop with different kind of printed media. The posters are limited and made with a real Heidelberg offset press machine. Finalized the poster can be rolled together and you can see words when moving the letters in the perfect overlayed position. Get your poster now and support this project!

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Typography app of the week 9

Today we present Type Rider a typographical game made by ARTE creative. Incarnate two points propelled into the mysterious world, Type Rider is the Final Fontasy of app games. Play as 2 dots and travel through 10 levels or ages of typographic styles and techniques. From the rock paintings of prehistoric times to Pixel art of the 2000’s, solve all the riddles by riding the most popular fonts and characters (Garamond, Helvetica, Times New Roman, Pixel, Comic Sans…) in a very captivating musical and visual environment. Enjoy it!

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Get the Android app here »

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Eyes never lie

Nico 189 is a freelance graphic designer and typographer from Milan, Italy. Exploring geometric forms and combining them with a brand identity is his daily business. His pantone cans are really cool and we wish they would exist in reality. The graphic “I have a dream” made for Typism is a very professional one, we love the backing of Martin Luther King’s famous phrase.

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