Showing 19 posts tagged Graphic Nerd
This book ($30) is aimed at students and illustrators who are looking to create artworks to fulfill a specific brief, as part of their course, job or career. It leads the reader through the whole thinking process, not just of creation but from the basic essentials which are often overlooked.
Something Terrible ($0.99) is a short autobiographical comic by Dean Trippe, about childhood trauma and the power of fictional heroes. It is intended for grownups.
This book ($57) contains images of hundreds of Dieter Rams’s products as well as his sketches and models from Braun stereo systems and electric shavers to the chairs and shelving systems that he created for Vitsoe and his own company sdr+. In addition to the rich visual presentation of his designs, the book contains new texts by international design experts that explain how the work was created.
Featuring 30 designs by leading designer-makers from around the world DIY Furniture ($30) shows you how to use simple techniques to make stunning designer furniture from scratch.
this third edition of Max Fraser’s 208-page guide to design in the British capital ($17) features reviews of more than 150 new and established retailers, galleries, museums and bookshops.
The design studio of J. R. Geigy AG was the launching pad for one of the great periods of Swiss graphic design, in the 1950s and 1960s. The open-minded corporate culture of the chemical company in Basel combined product and company advertising in an exemplary way.
This book ($39) is the first comprehensive presentation of Geigy design, an important Swiss contribution to the international history of design, in all its determination and independence.
These VHS shaped stylish notebooks ($16) are the nostalgic way to keep your nostalgic thoughts in one place.
Do you ever miss the days of paper airplanes and spit balls? Why does work have to be so serious? It doesn’t. Paper Airplane Push Pins ($6) are the perfect mix of childish appeal and adult function.
This ingenious item ($10) is a hybrid of a folder, notebook, and a portfolio all in one. It is perfect for jotting notes on the go, collecting receipts and memorabilia in its attached pocket.
Now you see it, now you don’t. Mirage ($49.99) is an expandable wine rack that looks beautiful while holding just the amount of wine you have in stock. Planning a party? Extend the rack to store up to eight bottles, then collapse each section as the bottles get consumed to free up counter space.
Thanks to Accademia Mugnano’s coffeepot, Batman’s powers and Gotham City’s atmosphere arrive into your kitchen! The Batman coffee pot is available in size for 1 or 3 cups.