In 1969, a group of friends travelled from Detroit to Chicago to pick up an ancient, cumbersome Harris offset printing press from a second-hand printer dealer. Back in Detroit, another group scouted a space on the ground floor of an industrial building on Michigan Avenue. Darkroom equipment and supp
"Libération’s most recognizable element is, without a doubt, its red diamond-shaped logo," but also its striking visual journalism and typography. Characterized by a very distinctive use of typeface from the start, we delve into how Javier Errea aimed to distance the newspaper from the dominant visual aesthetics of the time.
Heading to New Mexico? Rent the Vintage-Furnished Ranch of a Beloved LA Fashion DesignerAllegra calls the house a “retreat,” and credits its 5 acres of lush desert-valley landscapes with helping her —...
Twenty Sundays is a new hotel brand and has dubbed itself "A luxury hotel concept for parents of the unruly." With branding designed by Studio DBD, this hotel is doing its best to take out the worry and annoyances that can come with traveling with little ones.