To illustrate the cover of ESPN Magazine's 2011 “Best In Sports” issue, we teamed up with photographer Frank Hamilton to photograph hundreds of sports balls, discs, pucks, spheres, discuses, shot puts, birdies, chips, and even curling stones (special shout-out to Potomac Curling Club!) flying together to form the words “Best In Sports.” (via Post Typography : News)

redscharlach:

“Supergraphic 3”, a room designed by Thomas Geismar, New York magazine, April 1972

redscharlach:

“Supergraphic 3”, a room designed by Thomas Geismar, New York magazine, April 1972

Post Typography created this cover illustration for today’s Washington Post Outlook section, in which editorials by Republican pollster Frank Luntz and former Democratic Majority Leader Tom Daschle recommend ways for a polarized congress to come together to address our country’s urgent problems. Art Director Kristin Lenz worked the “don’t be mad” fold-in concept into the layout as the two editorials are pulled together when the page is folded. For an added bonus, the “OUTLOOK” masthead folds to become “OK.” 

(via Post Typography : News)

Pentagram’s design for the new Adweek captures the fantastic energy of these changes in advertising. Like the new editorial tone, the design is punchy, entertaining and authoritative, inspired by the spirit of the magazine’s 1980s heyday and intended to set Adweek apart from Advertising Age, its main competitor.

(via New Work: Adweek | New at Pentagram | Pentagram)

(Source: fyeahgraphicdesign)

cdandor:

Words that are Transphobic and Why poster for the UC Davis Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center. Displayed for Principles of Community week in the Memorial Union until March 14th, 2011.