Agency: Wieden+Kennedy Creative direction: John C. Jay Art direction and design: Derek Kim Production: Walker Cahall Font used: Sabon and リュウミン (Morisawa Ryumin) Pro
Kenya Hara, MUJI’s design director, visited Portland and ad agency Wieden+Kennedy in May 2011. In addition to the main poster, two other supplemental posters were created as the designer’s personal homage to Keyna Hara. (via September Industry)
The Burgermat Show is a collaboration of 24 artists, illustrators and designers who all created work around a single theme; the burger! The finished pieces were printed up as placemats and used in an exhibition/burgerfest. It was all planned and organised by my favorite burger blogger Burgerac.
I managed to see an exhibition of all the images on friday at Beach, just off Brick Lane. Really enjoyed it, but of course I would, it combines 2 thing I love! Some of my favorite illustrators were involved in the project too, you may recognise a few of them from previous posts. To see who created the images above, as well as the other 15 burgermats have a look here.
Vintage Japanese Graphic Design from the 1920s-1930s
In the 1920s and 1930s, Japan embraced new forms of graphic design as waves of social change swept across the nation. This collection of 50 posters, magazine covers and advertisements offer a glimpse at some of the prevailing tendencies in a society transformed by the growth of modern industry and technology, the popularity of Western art and culture, and the emergence of leftist political thought.
“Each stamp represents a form of tranportation or machinery, invented by British pioneers. From the first ‘true’ bicycle, to the steam engine, steamboat, piloted glider, tank and locomotive, these inventions were all selected carefully when taking into consideration which UK firsts were to be presented as a series”