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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Book Cover
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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Basic Stamps by Duane Dalton

Curator: Cast Iron Design
date: March 2, 2015
Categories: Illustration, Typography
Tags: Stamps
Moon Stamp
In between delivering his consistently high-quality client work, Duane Dalton has been working on a self-initiated series of beautiful stamp designs that he calls “Basic Stamps.”
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How the Star of David Inspired the Jewish Museum Identity Design

Curator: Tina Hardison
date: February 25, 2015
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Typography
Tags: identity, Sagmeister, Walsh
The amazing Sagmeister & Walsh recently launched their identity for the Jewish Museum in Manhattan. 
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Henry Hargreaves' "Gingerbread and Candy" Art Galleries

Curator: Simon Endres
date: February 11, 2015
Categories: Architecture, Art, Photography, Typography
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Artist (and fellow Kiwi) Henry Hargreaves collaborated with Caitlin Levin last year to recreate some of the world's most iconic art galleries constructed entirely from gingerbread and candy.
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High-Performance Typeface: Quiosco, by Cyrus Highsmith

Curator: TypeEd
date: November 14, 2014
Categories: Typography
Tags: Typography
Nothing pleases us more than laying out body copy with a typeface that works extremely well. Like a good car, we tend to favor ones that have a winning balance of beauty, rugged handling and come packed full of features. High-performing fonts reduce the amount of time needed to make adjustments while working, especially when setting large amounts of copy in brochures, annual reports and books. 

Font Bureau’s Quiosco is one that’s high on our list of text families that demonstrate harmony in both charisma and execution.
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