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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dailyspecimen:

This is one of Erik Spiekermann’s drawings for Officina Display. It appears in the new book about Spierkermann, I Am Erik.
This Week’s Top Fonts
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design-is-fine:

Neil Fujita, cover artwork for Fortune, 1953. Source
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Critical Encounters with Type, Image and Print: Session Three - Typography from RISD Graphic Design on Vimeo.

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ideageneration:

Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Composition of Circles and Semicircles, 1935
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whitneymuseum:

Close looking: Gregory Crewdson’s Untitled (north by northwest) (2004) on view in Edward Hopper and Photography.
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prettyclever:


The “isms” of art (1924)
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The “isms” of art (1924)
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The “isms” of art (1924)
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The “isms” of art (1924)
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The “isms” of art (1924)
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The “isms” of art (1924)
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The “isms” of art (1924)
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The “isms” of art (1924)
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The “isms” of art (1924)
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type-lover:


The Hungarian Guggenheimby Krisztián Lakosi & Lakosi Richárd
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The Hungarian Guggenheimby Krisztián Lakosi & Lakosi Richárd
type-lover:


The Hungarian Guggenheimby Krisztián Lakosi & Lakosi Richárd
type-lover:


The Hungarian Guggenheimby Krisztián Lakosi & Lakosi Richárd
type-lover:


The Hungarian Guggenheimby Krisztián Lakosi & Lakosi Richárd
type-lover:


The Hungarian Guggenheimby Krisztián Lakosi & Lakosi Richárd
type-lover:


The Hungarian Guggenheimby Krisztián Lakosi & Lakosi Richárd
type-lover:


The Hungarian Guggenheimby Krisztián Lakosi & Lakosi Richárd
type-lover:


The Hungarian Guggenheimby Krisztián Lakosi & Lakosi Richárd
type-lover:


The Hungarian Guggenheimby Krisztián Lakosi & Lakosi Richárd
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design-is-fine:

Braun Brevier, Stereo High Fidelity brochure, 1965. Via hifimuseum.de