Bookmarks of an Oakland designer
Deirdre Spencer is a graphic designer, specializing in web design and printed marketing collateral. This is her Tumblr scrapbook of inspiring stuff.
Bookmarks of an Oakland designer
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womenofgraphicdesign:

typeverything:

Typeverything.com - Poster by Susanne Vetter. (Via Balla Dora)

Susanne Vetter
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ubicouture:

MARY KATRANTZOU X FRANK STELLA
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dailyspecimen:

Ludlow Condensed Gothic 
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moma:

Alexander Calder was born today in 1898. The existentialist philosopher Jean–Paul Sartre praised Calder’s mobiles, describing them as “lyrical invention.” 
[Alexander Calder. Untitled. 1939.] 
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jozefsquare:

supersculpture:

French Textile Design, (1863)

.. here comes the sunshine | thanks for the post ..
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nevver:

“This is Jim Rockford, at the tone…”
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design-is-fine:

Chesley Bonestell, poster artwork for New York Central Building, 1930. 

Almost fifty years after the 1929 edifice was designed by Warren & Wetmore, it was renamed the Helmsley Building to honor its owner, New York real-estate mogul Harry Helmsley. Source
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typeworship:

The nail in the ampersand
How’s this for an opulent piece of typographic art. I’ll admit that I can’t quite decipher the meaning of it, the semiotics are a little over my head.
Any suggestions?


New York’s political magazine The New Republic approached me to design a trademark ampersand for them. I accepted and created this mighty marble-and-gold rendition of a snake nailed to a sinking skull, coiling into the “Amperxandt” form. A lot of symbolism going on here.
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fastcompany:

"If you ask a kid, ‘Hey do you want to learn how to program a computer?’ you’ll get a lot of eye-rolling. But if you’re like, ‘Hey, would you like to build your own game?’ that is what gets kids excited."
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AIGA symbols tees and mugs