The graphic design community –always eager to debate on anything new- has a new hot potato to argue.  Silicon Valley’s low profile brand, Dropbox got it’s first major redesign in a decade and the white-and-blue aesthetic is obviously a thing of the past. Dropbox’s colorful new look includes a flatter box and a very millennial “squashed-up typeface” by the name Sharp Grotesk. According to the company “this new color combinations help it stand out more among the crowd, and aims to give a nod...

A month-long celebration The Wolpe Exhibition in the event of the newly launched The Wolpe Collection - a new collection of typefaces, originally designed by Berthold Wolpe, now revived by Monotype - is an open invitation to explore one of Europe’s most iconic calligraphers and typographers alike. At The Wolpe Exhibition, long-standing institute, The Type Archive will open its doors to the public for the very first time.

In their beautifully curated book two aficionados of typography, Steven Heller and Greg D'Onofrio, are paying tribute to the men and women who invented and shaped Mid-Century Modern graphic design in America.In The Moderns, the acclaimed editors and scholars are introducing (or re-introducing if that’s the case) to us almost sixty designers whose magazine, book, and record covers; advertisements...

The absolute definitive official Land Rover book celebrating the life of Series and Defender models Icon is collectable. Foxtrot Papa, the content studio which creates original concepts and deliver full production and design services across film, photography and print for selected brands is responsible for the design of the publication that speaks of adventure and the wisdom that comes with it.“The brief was clear” writes Foxtrot Papa of the book which “needs to raise brand awareness by capturing...

When B. C. Forbes, a financial columnist for the Hearst papers, and his partner Walter Drey, the general manager of the Magazine of Wall Street, founded Forbes magazine on September 15, 1917 they didn’t quite know that their creation would be “the capitalist’s official tool”.Forbes, an American business magazine which is published bi-weekly featuring original articles on finance, industry, investing, marketing topics, technology, communications, science, politics, and law is well...

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