1. SEMPEROPER PREMIERPOSTERS 2013 / 2014 by Fons Hickmann m23

    Fons Hickmann m23 does it again and starts the new season of the Semperoper with a spectacular campaign for it’s premieres. It all begins with Georges Bizets Carmen followed by Elektra from Richard Strauss. In m23’s design every subject gets combined through cut outs of two photographs which enter into a dynamic relationship. The pictures symbolise two aspects or contrasts of the interpretation of the operas and mix up to strong posters. Last year the work of the Berlin agency already attracted a lot of attention and got awarded by the TDC New York and was also shown at the design biennials in Bolivia, Moscow and Tokyo.”

  2. (Source: leoniebird)

  3. bureau rabensteiner

  4. typeverything:

Typeverything.com - Type Matters! tableware by Jim Williams.

I need this

    typeverything:

    Typeverything.com - Type Matters! tableware by Jim Williams.

    I need this

  5. betype:

jason vandenberg

    betype:

    jason vandenberg

  6. Yummy lips - My submission to Threadless | Path competition to create virtual stickers. To see the whole set of icons and to vote for my design please visit THIS PAGE. High scores and comments would be very much appreciated (:

    Yummy lips - My submission to Threadless | Path competition to create virtual stickers. To see the whole set of icons and to vote for my design please visit THIS PAGE. High scores and comments would be very much appreciated (:

  7. I need that ‘R’

    typeworship:

    Graphic Lamps by Delightfull

    I love these floor, table and wall lights based on different typefaces. There are some truly beautiful lights in their alphabet and numeral set. I think I need that slab serif ‘E’.

    Delightfull, who as based on Porto, will be at Clerkenwell Design Week coming up next week in London.

    Thanks to @Mae84 for the awesome link.

  8. untitled on Flickr.

    untitled on Flickr.

  9. corealiscreative:

    20,000 Leagues Under the Sea | Maximov

    Very well designed opening credits project for Jules Verne’s novel. I love the simple elegant typography against the underwater movement in the background. Each treatment has a unique style but holds a strong cohesiveness as a family of elements. Well done.

    source: vimeo