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Inside High-Rise – Creative Review
Wonderful - graphic design from an unreal 197X. Eurostile agogo!
highrise  graphicdesign  setdressing  props  design  illustration  type 
march 2016 by infovore
Philip K. Dick - Book Cover Art Gallery
"Philip K. Dick fans from around the world have contributed to this scanned collection of over 650 PKD book covers." Some of these are awesome, from the crazy french covers for VALIS to the German editions of The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch - retitled as "LSD-Astronauten".
illustration  pkd  scifi  covers  books  philipkdick  design 
april 2010 by infovore
Design With A Purpose, An Interview With Ralph Eggleston
Wonderful, wonderful interview with Eggleston. So much care and attention in the work and the way he describes it; so many lovely illustrations. The "color scripts" alone are great, but really, it's all worth your time.
pixar  design  illustration  art  animation  films  walle  interview  colour  ralpheggleston 
november 2009 by infovore
but does it float
A page full of prettiness, and it fills itself up as you go. Art, graphic design, sci-fi book covers; it's all here.
blog  design  art  illustration  shiny 
february 2009 by infovore
Videogame Classics - a set on Flickr
Olly Moss has now moved from movies to videogames, pastiching classic Penguin covers; the Goldeneye one is superb.
design  games  pastiche  illustration  books  graphicdesign  ollymoss 
january 2009 by infovore
Brighten the Corners/Shop/Victor & Susie
"A modern tale about caring, mending and letting-go, drawn with letters and punctuation marks." Oh! This is just beautiful - a short story about a girl, and a snail, composed entirely out of type.
design  story  typography  illustration  children  book 
december 2008 by infovore
The Book Design Review
"My Favorite Book Covers of 2008" Some I'd seen before; some I'd not. Some very beautiful things here.
illustration  books  jackets  covers  design  graphicdesign 
december 2008 by infovore
TBM | Hochbahn U4
What a wonderful piece of a UI; two projections of a tunnel-boring machine, synchronized with one another, to help you visualise it in 3D. Lovely - not what you'd expect from a fairly niche company's site at all.
interaction  projection  illustration  machine  design  diagram  interface 
october 2008 by infovore
The dashed line in use · Touch
Timo Arnall catalogues the various uses of the dashed line as visual metaphor.
design  graphics  illustration  usability  ui 
october 2006 by infovore

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