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Leenden&co identity

Leenden&co identity

Leenden&co identity

Beautiful stationery and identity work for Leenden&co by Labuhardi.

American Vogue x Erwin Blumenfeld, 1945

American Vogue cover,March 15, 1945. Photograph by Erwin Blumenfeld.

Via Frieze Magazine.

Russian Plays in Translation

One of a set of minimal book covers by John Gall for Theater Communications Group’s Russian drama series.

Via The English Group.


Poster for “Schweiz―日本―Japan―スイス” exhibition 2014 by Kenjiro Sano.

Via Spoon & Tamago.


Cryptogram poster by Shunya Fujita (Fundam).  2014.

Via Gurafiku.

Casino de Paris

The Casino de Paris Theatre Club programme.

Via Windmill3.

Three fish

Or should that be “three fishes”…?

According to Grammarist, “The plural of fish is usually fish, but fishes has a few uses. In biology, for instance, fishes is used to refer to multiple species of fish. For example, if you say you saw four fish when scuba diving, that means you saw four individual fish, but if you say you saw four fishes, we might infer that you saw an undetermined number of fish of four different species.”

Image source unknown.

Via The Gifts of Life.

Olivetti Copia 105 (1967)

Olivetti Copia 105 (1967)

Via Louxo’s Enjoyables.

Bruno Monguzzi

Schlemmer designs for Igor Strawinsky’s Les Noces, Museo Cantonale d’Arte, Lugano, 1987, by Bruno Monguzzi. Source Cooper Hewitt.

Via Casual Optimist.

Eric Hu: Archigram poster

Eric Hu: Archigram poster

A 17 ft poster by Eric Hu celebrating the works of 1960’s avant-garde architecture group, Archigram. The poster features a customized typeface, stacked vertically and then collaged and intermixed with pieces and artifacts of Archigram’s drawings.

Metaphorically, this creates an entirely new megastructure and through the scale of the poster, the work reflects the rigor and passion of Archigram. The poster is then also designed so that it can be folded like an accordion and used as a book.