In-Movie Graphic Design for "The Grand Budapest Hotel"

Curator: Cast Iron Design
date: March 3, 2015
Categories: Book & Magazine Design, Design in Film, Environmental Design, Packaging Design, Typography
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With nearly every scene featuring some degree of fantastic, mostly hand-drawn, typographic design, Annie Atkins made the most out of a dream opportunity to lead the design team for the in-movie graphics in Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel.
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Concrete as a Chameleon: The Amangiri Resort in Utah

Curator: Brandon Ralph
date: January 7, 2015
Categories: Architecture, Environmental Design
Tags: architecture
The Amangiri resort in southern Utah is stunning. The entire structure is built using geometric concrete planes which have been mixed with local sand from the surrounding desert.
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Clients from Hell (and Not the Website)

Curator: Isabella Bruno
date: October 31, 2014
Categories: Architecture, Environmental Design
Tags: architecture, client, holidays

In the lead-up to Halloween, I’ve selected five projects to scare, provoke and stimulate the designer’s brain. These aren’t all ghosts and goblins, but each has something special to offer.

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Dr. Frankenstein's Busy Making the Perfect Human. NBD.

Curator: Isabella Bruno
date: October 29, 2014
Categories: Entertainment Design, Environmental Design
Tags: exhibition, history

In the lead-up to Halloween, I’ve selected five projects to scare, provoke and stimulate the designer’s brain. These aren’t all ghosts and goblins, but each has something special to offer.

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Playing with Fire? Don’t Be Surprised if You Get Burned

Curator: Isabella Bruno
date: October 29, 2014
Categories: Environmental Design
Tags: exhibition, politics

In the lead-up to Halloween, I’ve selected five projects to scare, provoke and stimulate the designer’s brain. These aren’t all ghosts and goblins, but each has something special to offer.

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