My take on a noun – a person, place, thing, quality, or action – usual always brings a word to mind. The Noun Project reminds us that our minds run with a visual language.  And now you’ll never want for those signage icons in a project…

No, I didn’t recognise it either. What a positive change for the brand that launched a thousand coffee shops (per city). Seattle’s Best Coffee.

Recently showcased at Tokyo Pack 2010, the DNP and ZeroUnit’s series of AirZero digital signage units make use of 3D projection to create displays that float in the air. How does that work? And when can we have one?

…really good backgrounds? Replace generic buildings? Returns good behaviour? Sorry. This is great, the original, lo-tech optic, trick-of-the-light? :::::: carnovsky ::::::.

“Think you know what makes a logo suck? You certainly have no shortage of comments when you see it. It’s time to put theory to practice.” How Low Can Your Logo.

“When people have to wait they are bored most of the time, but A Book found a way to entertain people during the wait and promote their books at the same time. They are using some unusual media on which they print short stories that people can read when waiting” A book: Enjoy the wait […]

“American industrial designer Joe Doucet was commissioned for BMW to develop a printed documentation of their beliefs as a brand.” BMW Brand Book by Joe Doucet Sure we’ve seen plenty of these in our agency-lives, but what about as customers? What’s the roll of documents like this, are they wasteful or useful, should they be […]

    Look what someone found in the antic. “…j’ai vraiment été étonné par leur liberté graphique et typographique” no less. Tres marvelous I’d say. iconomaque.

    Spotted by Ian, a great idea… Hand-painted graphics for hand-crafted bakery – production by Glyphics.

    Ever wondered, “how did they print that, then?”. Just me then – but in case you needed to know, here’s how… Graphics Atlas: Welcome.