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Beautiful work from Florafauna, a Minneapolis based multidisciplinary design studio; half design office, half screen printing operation.

“Logo for a Web coding and development club.” Paul Gardner, designer; Multiformat Development Club, client.

“Self-promotional, letterpress-printed ear plug packaging.” Amy Sly, writer; Paul Gardner, designer; Florafauna, client.

“This 18 x 24, 5-color screen print commemorates Wilco’s October 2, 2009 show at Roy Wilkins Auditorium in St. Paul.” Paul Gardner, designer; Wilco, client.

Design Army is one of best and brightest design firms in the D.C. metropolitan area. Started in 2003 by Jake and Pum Lefebure.Self-promotional holiday calendar, 2005‘Name that Republican’ card game, 2007

Jake and Pum Lefebure, Design Army

A article By Thomas Wilder from IDSGN

Print Magazine recently profiled a group of design couples including Ellen Lupton & Abbott Miller and Paula Scher & Seymour Chwast, but what about those that live and work together? idsgn recently had the opportunity to sit down with a few of these design couples that live, work, and design together everyday.

Stay tuned throughout the week for a new interview each day:

  1. Triboro Design: David Heasty & Stefanie Weigler
  2. Design Army: Jake & Pum Lefebure
  3. WORKSHOP: Jessi Arrington & Creighton Mershon
  4. SML Office: Jennifer Wagner & Nico Schweizer
  5. Vignelli Associates: Massimo & Lella Vignelli

How to make a GOOD cover?

Here is the behind the scene story for GOOD’s first GOOD 100 Cover.
The GOOD 100 issue includes 100 different ways you can get inspired, with lots of artwork from creative designers in the industry.

Ever Seen Such Cute Paper Sculptures Before?

Done by Russian artist duo Alexei Lyapunov and Lena Ehrlich. Amazing.


Faculty and student work from PSU (Portland State University) (more…)

22,742 pieces of Lego make a boardroom table for a new advertising agency (abgc)in Dublin
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Lego Table - abgc from abgc-android on Vimeo.

See Airside from Airside’s work often marries sound and visual in interesting ways. I love the animation piece they did for Relaunch Vitsœ’s website
Airside was born in 1998 when three freelancers who shared a studio space joined forces. Since then, they’ve grown into a multidisciplinary creative studio that produces fun and innovative work. Partner Fred Deakin is a musician in the band Lemon Jelly.

Build: London based design studio. They make very strong design work for print. I also notice their website is not a flash site but integrate with JavaScript. It is very dynamic. Check the site.

Delaware is a japanese super sonic group, designs music and musics design.
Their works take on multiple forms such as recordings, visual installation, writing, web, mobile phone, poster, cross stitch, and live performance.
They call themselves “Artoonist” (Artoon means art plus cartoon).
And “Say it low, we are human being and we’re proud”.