oldbookillustrations:

The game is done! I’ve won, I’ve won!
Gerald Metcalfe, from Poems, by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, London, 1907.
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oldbookillustrations:

The game is done! I’ve won, I’ve won!

Gerald Metcalfe, from Poems, by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, London, 1907.

(Source: archive.org)

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3 Jul 2014 Reblogged from lovelycontusions

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3 Jul 2014 Reblogged from vortexanomaly

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Philip Harris

From A to B and through to Z

1 Jul 2014 Reblogged from negro-lito
sucked:

Bad Vibes Co. // Tapiwa

sucked:

Bad Vibes Co. // Tapiwa

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…my doctor said i need these vitamins…
via THE EXQUISITE blog…

…my doctor said i need these vitamins…

via THE EXQUISITE blog…

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Justin Plunkett

Con/struct

South African designer Justin Plunkett’s “Con/struct” series has more in common with the digitally-fabricated renderings of speculative architecture than documentary photography, but it illustrates an eerie collision of both formats. The images are built from a combination of photography, 3D modeling and substantial post-production editing, to form street-level perspectives of futuristic urban fantasies

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Karina Eibatova

All You Need is Universe!

mineralists:

Malachite with Chrysocolla Partially polished Stalactite Congo

mineralists:

Malachite with Chrysocolla
Partially polished Stalactite
Congo

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designtank:

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A lovely mathematically elegant animation. via beesandbombs

designtank:

Via gregmelander

A lovely mathematically elegant animation. via beesandbombs

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22 Jun 2014 Reblogged from beesandbombs

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Ian Ingram

Website

typeworship:

Covered in characters

Above are a few of the typographically led book cover designs from the David Pearson exhibition, currently on in London.  

I love the ‘redacted’ George Orwell, 1984, cover with it’s debossed title under black ink. I was also quite taken with the chilling cover for Cormac McCarthy’s The Road.

There’s a week left to go, so if you find yourself in Shoreditch, London before the 28th June, drop in.

David Pearson is an acclaimed British designer, famed for his beautiful series of Penguin book cover designs.

David studied at Central St Martins in London (1999–2002) before taking a job at Penguin Books as text designer and later, cover designer. He left to establish his own studio – Type as Image – in 2007.

David played a key role in the recent re-emergence of Penguin Books through projects such as the multi-million selling Great Ideas series, Penguin by Design and thePopular Classics series. He has won numerous awards for book design, has been listed as one of Britain’s Top 50 Designers by the Guardian and nominated for the Design Museum’s Designer of the Year Award.

21 Jun 2014 Reblogged from typeworship

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