A Mediterranean restaurant in Germany gets a colorful and pop-y interior design with equally punchy branding to match.
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What happens when you layer every font, even the ugly ones, on top of one another? You get a really cool typographic experiment.
We talk to digital artist Danny Ivan about his complex grid-based patterns, living in Portugal and what's next.
Adobe's new Ink and Slide hardware might be a game changer in the world of mobile creation.
Alexander Girard's rich history was recently highlighted during NYCxDesign in a pop-up exhibition thanks to Herman Miller and Maharam.
Adobe challenged Sagmeister & Walsh to design logos and they turned it into a fun, 5-part game show challenge.
A journal that teaches you to sit back, observe, and capture the details of the spaces around you.
Two-dimensional paper "blocks" let you create three-dimensional objects that will trick your eyes.
Notegraphy is a new web and mobile app that turns any text into modern, typography-inspired designs.
A quirky and delightful street art series of corporate food brand logos made from the food itself.
We talk to designer Petter Johansson about the importance of experimentation, respecting knowledge, and saying no.
Exhibition celebrates Fornasetti's work & marks the 90th anniversary of Svenskt Tenn during Stockholm Design Week.
This Portland-based company is taking the formality and fuss out of wine and offering it in a can.
Our top picks from 2014's Maison et Objet include lots of color and pattern.
A line of graphic t-shirts designed by a group of international graphic designers.
An exhibition made up of colorful business cards that encourages people to meet up and discover new artwork.