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#pretty colors

The movie was just OK, but this particular incarnation of the poster is just really pretty. (via Adrian Curry)

The movie was just OK, but this particular incarnation of the poster is just really pretty. (via Adrian Curry)

Cover art for Chris Smither’s I’m A Stranger Too. Milton Glaser designed the sleeve for Smither’s Don’t Drag It On, and I’m wondering if he had something to do with this as well. The bold colors and whimsicality here certainly seem Glaser-ish. And speaking of Glaser, if you haven’t seen this nice little documentary about the man that’s streaming on Netflix, then maybe you should. He’s a lovely guy.

Cover art for Chris Smither’s I’m A Stranger Too. Milton Glaser designed the sleeve for Smither’s Don’t Drag It On, and I’m wondering if he had something to do with this as well. The bold colors and whimsicality here certainly seem Glaser-ish. And speaking of Glaser, if you haven’t seen this nice little documentary about the man that’s streaming on Netflix, then maybe you should. He’s a lovely guy.

Well hello, new favorite album cover.

Well hello, new favorite album cover.

"General Motors, Detroit, America" by Acid Washed
Anthony Burrill in collaboration with Paul Plowman and Zac Ella

Yep, still a sucker for music + moving shapes and colors.  Nicely done.

Graphic Design 4, 1961, designed by Ryuichi Yamashiro
From 1959-1986, this Japanese quarterly promoted Japanese and Western designers, placing emphasis on work with a more constructed approach. This issue’s cover designer Ryuichi Yamashiro is a prominent figure in Japanese Graphic Design, having founded the Nippon Design Center in 1960 with Yusaku Kamekura and Hiromu Hara.
(via Display)

Graphic Design 4, 1961, designed by Ryuichi Yamashiro

From 1959-1986, this Japanese quarterly promoted Japanese and Western designers, placing emphasis on work with a more constructed approach. This issue’s cover designer Ryuichi Yamashiro is a prominent figure in Japanese Graphic Design, having founded the Nippon Design Center in 1960 with Yusaku Kamekura and Hiromu Hara.

(via Display)

Color is for anything you want and butterflies too
Tony Palladino, 1967

Good morning.

(via Container List)

16777216 is a web-based piece by San Francisco artist, Richard S. Mitchell that consists of over 16.7 million frames, each set to one of the colors comprising the RGB color model, displayed at 25 frames per second.
(via Jancar Jones Gallery)
16777216 is a web-based piece by San Francisco artist, Richard S. Mitchell that consists of over 16.7 million frames, each set to one of the colors comprising the RGB color model, displayed at 25 frames per second.

(via Jancar Jones Gallery)

Revisiting ESPRIT - Lined & Unlined

Revisiting ESPRIT - Lined & Unlined

Vanishing Point by Bonsajo

Really nice.

Blank Plays Duden DVD cover art by Günther Förg and Tobias Rehberger

Blank Plays Duden DVD cover art by Günther Förg and Tobias Rehberger

Günter Förg, Untitled, 2007. 160 x 150 cm. Acrylic on canvas
(via Something ^ Something)

Günter Förg, Untitled, 2007. 160 x 150 cm. Acrylic on canvas

(via Something ^ Something)

Another Joël Tettamanti shot.  Really liking this guy’s sense of color.

Another Joël Tettamanti shot. Really liking this guy’s sense of color.

Joel Tettamanti (via Magic Realism)

Joel Tettamanti (via Magic Realism)