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Ferdy Remijn

Crested macaque, illustrated by Ferdy Remijn.  Fineliner and pencil on heavyweight paper, 2015

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Cinematheque Suisse

Poster artwork for Cinematheque Suisse, 1950. By Hans Erni, Zürich, Switzerland.

Via Design is Fine.

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Random McGinnis

Illustration by Robert McGinnis.

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Gelati Brio

Gelati Brio poster. Ren Takaya, Midori Saito, Mao Nishida. 2014.

Via Gurafiku.

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Random McGinnis

Illustration by Robert McGinnis.

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Mermaid Bay

Mermaid Bay

Loving this self-initiated packaging/product design project, by Lucy Han.

Via The English Group.

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Nippon 5

Cover for Nippon Quarterly Illustrated Review (1935).

Via Gurafiku.

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Tomi Ungerer

Drawing by French illustrator Tomi Ungerer.

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Mike Ludlow

Illustration (detail) by Mike Ludlow, for Esquire, 1956.

Via Today’s Inspiration.

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Rudolph de Harak

US designer Rudolph de Harak (1924 – 2002) is mostly known for his book covers and for the album sleeves of Westminster Records. His magnum opus is considered the 1960’s design for McGraw-Hill paperbacks which brought him to produce nearly 350 covers on a multiplicity of subjects ranging from philosophy to science, anthropology and psychology.

His interpretation of each subject is always subtle and innovative as he experimented with a variety of visual arts styles such as op-art as well as abstract expressionism or conceptual art or even Max Bill’s Swiss modernism.

His main effort is to continuously reduce the number of forms and colors and to limit the number of typefaces in order to better express complex notions and concepts. The covers are devoid of any straightforward symbolism and they usually show an abstract quality, far from being mere illustrations of an idea.

Via SOCKS.

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