An exhibition of work by design studio Spin at Magma’s new exhibition space at their Covent Garden shop in London. The show coincides with the launch of Spin: 360º, a new monograph on Spin by independent publishers Unit Editions. The exhibition takes place between the 29 July — 4 Sep 2015 with a private view on the 28 July 2015.
The guys over at independent type foundry Colophon have sent over some images from a recent project, working closely with Rapha's Art Director Jack Saunders, in creating a new bespoke typeface for Rapha's new bi-annual publication; 'Mondial'. The first issue of Mondial is available from today over at Rapha.
Branding by design studio Anagrama for Kindo, an exclusive boutique for kids’ clothing and accessories in San Pedro Garza Garcia, Mexico. As Anagrama explains;
'The brand is inspired by a didactic bead maze made up of geometric shapes, and uses simple figures as its base, creating an adaptation with a fun twist. Kindo’s color palette attempts to reflect a child’s personality, using a wide range of pastel and neon colors. The icon represents the mix of the classic and the new that make up the brand.'
As Jamie explains; 'The flask-like form feels appropriate given the precise nature of the product and its grounding in science, whilst the lozenge shaped opening is both unique and well suited pouring the powder contents'.
'A series of several deeply textured figures that float in white space were created as the main visual theme for the festival’s design, with each version of the figures appearing only once across the printed material. A typographic glitch was also incorporated into the main headline type, in a style reminiscent of Vic Carless’s classic 1973 font Shatter. The festival’s program is divided into two halves with two front covers to accommodate both English and Norwegian texts.'