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Beautiful Findings: A Wes Anderson Tribute

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It's been a while since Wes Anderson made the transition from indie movies into the mainstream world. There's no doubt that all of his films carry a strong dose of visual care, filled with details that engage the viewers to watch them over and over again (at least that's my case). Anderson's signature style focuses on the use of a strong visual identity throughout each one of his...

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Typographic Love: Daily Dishonesty

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Here's a set of encouraging reminders in he form of beautiful typographic illustrations. It's the online project called Daily Dishonesty created by NY graphic designer Lauren Hom, where she uploads these funny illustrations that reflect some very common lies we tell ourselves often. Typographic posters and retro lettering are definitely a thing now and these pieces fall into that...

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Beautiful Branding: SPIEL

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To keep up with some great branding inspiration for the week, here's a beautiful example of a playful identity that will keep you entertained. It's the case of the visual identity created for the Internationale Spieltage SPIEL, an international convention of everything games that gathers adults and children alike that was held this month in Essen, Germany. Stefan Zimmermanis...

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Cool Findings: Horrorgami

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Are you ready for Halloween yet? In the midst of the whole decorations and candy bombarding we're being exposed in this time of the year, here's an interesting treat that fits just right. It's the work of Paper Dandy, whose last project's inspiration can be summed up as follows:

Horror movies have been a hugely important part of my life. Growing up, my elder brother and I were very...

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Typographic Love: AIGA Posters

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Here's a great source of inspiration for typographic work: the AIGA poster series designed by Kittaya Treseangrat. This series really channels the event's spirit, which is to tribute the innovation of hand-drawn lettering and experimental typography with its use of unconventional materials in display. The 3 different versions use different kinds of food as media for typographic work...

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