Kim Høltermand Photography
Really interesting architectural photography by Kim Høltermand. (via Design Observer)
Easily my favorite design studio of the week, and found via Grain Edit’s weekly poster pick.
Wow, love the poster design work these guys are doing. Such an amazing variety of style, that’s what I like to see!
Mailer for Loyola University Maryland
Excellent newsprint work by design studio 160over90.
A playful logo for a relaxing weekend, however I can’t remember the designer.
Photography by Matthias Heiderich
Love the style of this photography by Matthias Heiderich of Germany.
Poster by the McCrackens
This poster design by Andrew and Matt McCracken is so nice, I’m enjoying browsing through their work.
The Design Cubicle Redesigned
Thoroughly enjoying the attention to detail in Brian Hoff’s recent redesign of his Design Cubicle blog.
Shakespeare in the Park 2010
It seems that Paula Scher’s work is way off the mark for the latest campaign of New York Public Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park. There was a certain degree of class, elegance and readability to the previous work that is missing here. Compare to the excellent work of previous years:
Jason Santa Maria's type picks
Amazingly talented graphic designer Jason Santa Maria shares his top fonts in FontShop’s Designer Spotlight Series.
Two Arms Inc.
Enjoying the portfolio of silkscreen work by Brooklyn-based studio Two Arms.
Interruptions and Productivity
Jason Fried of 37Signals writes how interruptions kill productivity not only on a micro, but a macro level as well. “Every interruption cuts your work day into a series of work moments. 45 minutes here, then a meeting. A hour there, then a conference call. 20 minutes until someone taps you on the shoulder or calls your name across the office. These events kill productivity. …a day...
This changes everything.
Pop Art is alive and well.
Great work using found metal and typography by artist David Buckingham.