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Chairs by Around and Around

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I am a huge fan of Jesse Brew‘s work and I recently decided to take a look if he had any new work. To my surprise he had tons of new projects. This is one of the new series’ I ran across called Chairs. Very Mid-Century in its simplicity and all. If you haven’t seen his work before I highly recommend checking it out.

Around and Around.

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JAZZDOR 10/11

Stumbled on this new blog today called The New Graphic and through them discovered an incredible design agency call HELMO. I was stunned by all of the quality of their work. The posters above were from 2010 and 2011’s Jazzdor. They both show a wonderful usage of rhythm and pattern in typography which they do a fine job of integrating with the photography. The type placement in both posters really helps the viewer maintain a level of engagement. The Jazzdor 2011 poster has a beautifully inconsistent pattern of typography color over the chopped interval photography that is quite striking as well. I will definitely be posting more work from HELMO in the near future.

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BREVENT

Beautiful. Powerful. Simple.

BRÉVENT
By Berg

Via SeptemberIndustry.

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Gottschalk + Ash Design

Here are some really nice pieces by Gottschalk + Ash who I previously introduced onto the blog a few posts ago. Once again, I am impressed by their extremely dynamic compositions. What we have here is a severe case of Swiss precision! Check out my previous post on the Galileo Poster.

Via grainedit.

 

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A New Penney | Old Goodie

I was really shocked to come across this the other day on AisleOne. I was drawn to the dynamic sequence design but when I looked at the bottom and found ‘J.C. Penney Company Convention’ I was stunned. After looking into the history of the poster I found that it was a one-off design for JC Penney and that the poster was designed during the late-1970s during a transition from an American general merchandiser to a to a streamlined department store with a closely integrated catalog business (container list). What a great way to find out about the influential designer George Tscherny.

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TNHZ ➡ SAC STATE

The New Humans will be performing live at Sac State Wednesday February 3rd at noon in the University Union Redroom. Their concert will include new songs from there upcoming Avalanche EP. The event is absolutely free so there is no excuse not to see one of Sacramento’s best bands. Not to promote playing hooky but even if you have class you can be a few minutes late and check out TNHZ.

For more info check out sacstateunique.com

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