Posts Tagged “print”

Switch Light print

by Jill on December 8, 2013

UNIVERSAL PROGRAM has created a print to accompany their Switch Light we shared in the previous post. It is a functional poster that is a nod to the solar-powered, dual functioning light. The 2 states to the print feature a center (…)

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Help Ink

by Jill on September 19, 2012

Help Ink is a collaborative project using the sale of premium and exclusive art to help charities around the world in a unique way. Each week an exclusive piece of art, designed to inspire others to do good in the world, will (…)

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George Brown College School of Design grad show

by Jill on July 27, 2011

CINDERBLOC, a Toronto based design firm, created the identity and print collateral pieces for George Brown College School of Design’s graduation exhibition. They created pieces that elevate the creative representation of their student and graduating class’ annual design exhibition.

Eaton Hall

by Jill on July 25, 2011

Toronto based Matter Strategic Design created the identity and a welcome kit for Eaton Hall, an upscale Inn and Conference Centre. The welcome kit consists of six cards representing each of the services provided by Eaton Hall and are placed (…)

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Effektive

by Jill on April 29, 2011

Effektive is a Glasgow based, independent design studio who specialize in identity and brand development in print and digital media. The passion for their craft is evident in their projects which have rich print details and playful typography. They are (…)

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Great Ideas From Penguin

by Tanya on April 26, 2011

I’ve recently started collecting the Great Ideas series from Penguin books. This pocket sized series features beautifully designed covers, some which are embossed. If you haven’t yet seen them in person you really should as the photos I have posted (…)

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FPO Awards

by Tanya on April 14, 2011

Last week UnderConsideration launched the call for entries for the first FPO (For Print Only) awards. The FPO blog is one of my personal favorites as it often features small print run projects that don’t often appear in other publications. (…)

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Raymond Biesinger

by Jill on April 4, 2011

Raymond Biesinger is an illustrator from Edmonton, Alberta who recently made the move east to Montreal. A self-taught illustrator, Biesinger’s authentic, hand-made style is crafted using many tools such as pens, inks, photos, acrylics, rubber stamps, photocopiers, Letraset, typewriters, exacto (…)

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Pop It

by Jill on March 7, 2011

As part of a unique designer / client history, Charles S. Anderson Design Co. created the new business cards for French Paper. Utilizing French’s popular line of Pop-Tone papers, these heavy-weight cards are cut to resemble hang-tags. The amount of (…)

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Art For Everyone

by Jill on February 21, 2011

There are many people who would like to own art but feel that it is too expensive. 20×200 is a bountiful resource of amazing yet affordable art with two new editions a week – one photo and one on paper. (…)

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