Redesigning the Visual Identity of Berlin's Bauhaus Archives

Curator: Leta Sobierajski
date: July 8, 2014
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Typography
Tags: Bauhaus, bauhaus archives, berlin, Typography
The Bauhaus Archives has housed the work of Bauhaus greats like Joost Schmidt, Wassily Kandinsky, Johannes Itten, and Alfred Arndt since it opened in Berlin in 1979. Now, 35 years later, designer Sascha Lobe from L2M3 has created a new visual identity for the institution by repurposing existing typography into playful geometric shapes--all by following the age-old rule of “form follows function," of course.
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Massive Attack V Adam Curtis: Adam Curtis, Robert Del Naja and United Visual Artists

Curator: Manuel Miranda
date: June 10, 2014
Categories: Environmental Design, Experience Design, Typography
Tags: Adam Curtis, Massive Attack, Park Avenue Armory, United Visual Artists

Massive Attack V Adam Curtis is a concert and film that originated at the Manchester International Festival and took place at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City from September 28 to October 4, 2013. 

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Russian Virtual Cheese Labels Museum

Curator: Joe Marianek
date: June 5, 2014
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Illustration, Packaging Design, Typography
Tags: Cheese, Packaging, peace, russia
In a dark corner of the internet, I discovered the Russian Virtual Cheese Label Museum which hosts a beautiful (and seemingly thorough) collection of obscure packaging labels from the second half of the 20th century.
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Betaworks Identity: Franklyn

Curator: Joe Marianek
date: June 4, 2014
Categories: Advertising, Brand & Identity Design, Corporate Communications Design, Entertainment Design, Typography
Tags: identity
The new identity for betaworks, designed by the Brooklyn-based studio Franklyn, is frustrating—in a good way.
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Cardea Type Family: David Cabianca

Curator: Dan Rhatigan
date: May 9, 2014
Categories: Typography
Emigre has finally released a type family I’ve had my eye on for years: Cardea by David Cabianca. A contemporary serif family with plenty of snap to it, the design is rooted in historical models that Cabianca has digested and rethought over the course of many years.
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