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Franco Grignani — Today’s Italian Publicity and Graphic Design This site has some other cool poster designs as well. Franco Grignani — Today’s Italian Publicity and Graphic Design This site has some other cool poster designs as well. Graphisches Design, Swiss Design, Cover Design, Layout Design, Print Design, Cool Poster Designs, Graphic Design Posters, Graphic Design Typography, Graphic Design Inspiration

Fondo Franco Grignani | Biblioteca | Today’s Italian Publicity and Graphic Design

Sito ufficiale dell'Associazione che riunisce i progettisti grafici italiani

Mark Gowing is an Australian-based designer. His work encompasses a variety of media, especially poster design. With a Swiss-oriented reference point, Gowing effectively utilizes simple, geometric shapes with engaging results. Graphic Design Posters, Graphic Design Typography, Poster Designs, Design Graphique, Art Graphique, Layout Design, Print Design, Web Design Mobile, Design Editorial

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Mark Gowing is an Australian-based designer. His work encompasses a variety of media, but I find his poster design to be especially compelling. With a Swiss-oriented reference point, Gowing effecti...

Graphic design studio Pa-i-ka always purposefully changes its creative output Poster Design, Graphic Design Posters, Graphic Design Typography, Graphic Design Inspiration, 3d Poster, Geometric Graphic Design, Graphic Design Studios, Minimal Graphic Design, Geometric Poster

Graphic design studio Pa-i-ka always purposefully changes its creative output

For Pa-i-ka, a graphic design studio based in Seoul, the act of designing revolves around tapping into certain themes. Noting “culture, art and social attention” as its driving forces, Pa-i-ka embeds itself within these topics, working with cultural institutions and for various exhibitions too. This process of working has led the studio to think of “design as another voice,” to artistic conversations that are already happening.