Japanese Exhibition Poster: Rising From A Night’s Sleep. Hirofumi Abe. 2015Gurafiku’s  first exhibition of Japanese graphic design titled Rising From A  Night’s Sleep: Observations of the Everyday in Japanese Graphic Design  opens July 12 at Present Works in Milwaukee, USA.

Japanese Exhibition Poster: Rising From A Night’s Sleep. Hirofumi Abe. 2015Gurafiku’s first exhibition of Japanese graphic design titled Rising From A Night’s Sleep: Observations of the Everyday in Japanese Graphic Design opens July 12 at Present Works in Milwaukee, USA.

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Greg Lynn Form poster by Jeff Han for COMA [Contemporary Museum of Architecture]
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Michael Craig-Martin: Summer Exhibition 2015 Royal Academy poster, Courtesy Royal Academy of Arts

Michael Craig-Martin: Summer Exhibition 2015 Royal Academy poster, Courtesy Royal Academy of Arts

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In a current ad campaign for London’s Natural History Museum, we see some odd figures creatively formed by mashing up pieces from their new exhibit…

In a current ad campaign for London’s Natural History Museum, we see some odd figures creatively formed by mashing up pieces from their new exhibit…

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vahc: unbenannt by t.fougere on Flickr. ref. de tipografia - fonte "simples", que valoriza a foto mas ao mesmo tempo não fica apagada

vahc: unbenannt by t.fougere on Flickr. ref. de tipografia - fonte "simples", que valoriza a foto mas ao mesmo tempo não fica apagada

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Cabinet exhibition (2012 Winner) by Will Day,	Mark Girvan and David Jones. Started to look at the D Professional Awards entries for rough ideas and see what sort of work gets entered. A brutally challenging campaign about the Plymouth City Museum. Challenging the stereotypical public perceptions in the arts. The message packs a punch. Simple in design, but the rationale makes up for it.

Cabinet exhibition (2012 Winner) by Will Day, Mark Girvan and David Jones. Started to look at the D Professional Awards entries for rough ideas and see what sort of work gets entered. A brutally challenging campaign about the Plymouth City Museum. Challenging the stereotypical public perceptions in the arts. The message packs a punch. Simple in design, but the rationale makes up for it.

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