For her MA degree project at the University of West Hungary, Budapest-based graphic designer Barbara Bernát devised this lovely concept for the Hungarian euro. The project involved five denominations of increasing scale, each made with a set of copperplate etchings; animals of increas
A documentary about lettercutting, in both monumental inscriptions and on gravestones. The filmmakers were given complete access over a two year period to the work of the craftsmen of the John Stevens Shop in Newport, Rhode Island, the oldest business in the United States still in continuous operation in the same colonial building. It chronicles the work of John ‘Fud’ Benson, then the owner and principal designer, and, arguably, one of the most accomplished letter cutters in the world.
The Cloudspotter's Guide: The Science, History, and Culture of Clouds [Gavin Pretor-Pinney] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Now in paperback: the runaway British bestseller that has cloudspotters everywhere looking up. Where do clouds come from? Why do they look the way they do? And why have they captured the imagination of timeless artists
Przemek Krawczyński es originario de Lodz, Polonia; estudió ingeniería; más tarde se dedicó a la arquitectura; sin embargo, en 2009 decidió dejar sus estudios y dedicar su tiempo al diseño. Przemek viajó a Senegal, donde conoció las calabazas africanas, objetos que se han convertido en la materia prima para la elaboración de sus lámparas. Przemek […]
El Codex Gigas (o Biblia del Diablo) es un gran manuscrito del siglo XIII proveniente de Bohemia, una de las históricas tierras checas. Conocida por su tamaño y su sorprendente representación del diablo a página completa (en la página 577), contiene las siguientes partes: el Antiguo y Nuevo Testamento; dos obras de Flavio Josefo; Etimologías de Isidoro de Sevilla; el libro de texto estándar para la enseñanza de la medicina en la Edad Media, conocido como Ars medicinae (El arte de la medicina); Chronica Boëmorum (Crónica de los bohemios) del siglo XII, de Cosmas de Praga; y un calendario. De especial interés son las secciones que dan testimonio del origen bohemio del manuscrito y su agitada historia. A fines del siglo XVI, la obra se incorporó a las colecciones del gobernante Habsburgo, Rodolfo II. Durante el asedio sueco en Praga, a finales de la Guerra de los Treinta Años (1648), el manuscrito fue tomado como botín de guerra y trasladado a Estocolmo.
There's only one way to truly design a logo the right way and that is to use what's known as a project, or creative, brief. This article is going to de-mystify the logo project brief with an in-depth description, tell you when to use a project brief with your clients, spell-out a few different ways to conduct a project brief and end with some sample questions you can use to create your own logo project brief.
There have been numerous creative logo design showcases, logo designresources and logo design tutorials posted across the Web. While these help you to create a powerful toolbox for your logo designs, first you need to gain a solid understanding of what makes a logo design good and what you need to consider before starting using this toobox. In this article, we'll get down to the nitty gritty of what makes an effective logo design and we'll also guide you through the principles and best practices of how to create an iconic brand identity. To understand what a logo is, we first must understand what the main purpose of logos is. The design process must aim to make the logo immediately recognizable, inspiring trust, admiration, loyalty and an implied superiority. The logo is one aspect of a company's commercial brand or economic entity, and its shapes, colors, fonts, and images usually are strikingly different from other logo in the same market niche. Logos are used to identify.
The Meaning of Life: Reflections in Words and Pictures on Why We Are Here [David Friend, Life Magazine] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 300 famous, infamous and obscure people ponder the mystery of life and its meaning.
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