Print For Good is a new initiative from Loose Collective producing printed items for sale with profits going to good causes. Got to move quickly to get one of the Factory Yellow Colorplan by GF Smith prints, only 50 copies. Special thanks to Savwo for the print.
This week’s (and last weeks doh) competition is for the remainder of the Herb Lester Associates maps range, with the gem being the new East London map (see pic). As always just comment on any post to be entered into the competition to win these beautiful objects. Also just buy them if you’re very unlucky at the Herb Lester Shop.
New site for fellow Lincoln alumni Jo Mansfield, (More)
Terrain – Office for Research & Design is a Singapore-based graphic design consultancy founded by Abdul Basit Khan & Darryl Lim.
Beautiful poster series by Accept & Proceed called “Bread & Honey”. Re-imagining the design of money they produced a set of notes using Cockney Rhyming slang as the denominations ie. ‘A Speckled Hen’(£10), ‘A Pony’(£25), ‘A Monkey’(£500). I love the meticulous detailing and honeycomb texture. (More)
Mark Bloom of Mash Creative has published 14/41, a book showcasing 41 of his favourite logos he designed over the past 14 years.
Available at the Design Museum Shop, Artwords, Magma Books, Analogue Books (Edinburgh), and online.
Interesting series of three colour risograph prints by Jamie Reid, created as a study of manually corrupted .jpeg image pixels.
Strong portfolio of graphic design work by London-based designer Rob Beveridge.
Nice identity work by BVD for Swedish pharmacy chain Apotek Hjartat. (More)