🌚 GIVEAWAY! 🌚 Happy 70th to Haruki Murakami today! I’m giving away two limited edition prints this week. All you have to do is LIKE this post and TAG your friend/nemesis that you think needs this print on their wall too. I will pick a random winner this week and send both prints to the winner. 🤟🏻
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"I was approached to create a new brand for them that reflected their mission and values. Global Fund for Children helps transform lives through their different focus areas: education, gender equity, youth empowerment and freedom from violence and exploitation. This lead to the creation of graphic elements that represented these areas. The colour palette — bright and colourful — helps to portray the positive work they do. And the logo explores the fact that children are at the core of everything they do."
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Maria og Nete er i fuld gang med undervisningsforløbet ‘Bogdesign’ for førsteårseleverne på Danmarks Designskole. Vi har lånt et spritnyt manuskript fra Forlaget Carlsen til young-adult-romanen: 'Og så drukner jeg’ af Ditte Wiese. Der bliver afprøvet grænser og idéer – kreativiteten sprudler … vi er SÅÅÅ spændte på, hvad de hver især er kommer med til den endelige præsentation.
Detail of the Ekta Sketchbooks I.
Each of the three books contain 120 pages and roughly covers a six month period. When going through the set, you can see a clear progression from one volume to another, where the artist experiments and continually finds new ways of expression. The set of three books come signed and numbered by the artist (edition of 300), with a booklet featuring essays by Henrik Bromander, Mattia Lullini and Alina Vergnano, all housed in a hand bound slipcase – painted individually by the artist. - We have a limited amount left of the Ekta Sketchbooks I-III. There will be no reprint, so once these are sold, the chance to grab one is gone.
The set of books, limited to 300 copies, is available from our webshop:
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Graphic Design History In The Writing (1983-2011) / Available at draw-down.myshopify.com/ Tracing the history of graphic design over the past 30 years, this reader is comprised of some of the most influential texts published in English about graphic design history, documenting the development of a relatively young field's recent history, and underscoring the aesthetic, theoretical, political and social tensions that underpin it. Included are texts by Jeremy Aynsley, Steve Baker, Andrew Blauvelt, Piers Carey, François Chastanet, Wen Huei Chou, Denise Gonzales Crisp, Brian Donnelly, Johanna Drucker, Steven Heller, Richard Hollis, Robin Kinross, Ellen Lupton, Victor Margolin, Ellen Mazur Thomson, Philip B. Meggs, Gérard Mermoz, Abbott Miller, Rick Poyner, Martha Scotford, Catherine de Smet, Teal Triggs, Massimo Vignelli, and Bridget Wilkins. Edited by Sara De Bondt and Catherine De Smet #graphicdesign#graphicdesignhistory#typography#bookdesign#design#SaraDeBondt