The masters of NeoGeo have added new work to their portfolio. Non-Format continues their winning streak.
“The year 2008 marks the 10th Anniversary of the iMac, the computer that changed everything at Apple, hailing a new design era spearheaded by design genius Jonathan Ive. What most people don’t know is that there’s another man whose products are at the heart of Ive’s design philosophy, an influence that permeates every single product at Apple, from hardware to user-interface design. That man is Dieter Rams, and his old designs for Braun during the ’50s and ’60s hold all the clues not only for past and present Apple products, but their future as well.”
[flv:http://media.npr.org/blogs/bryantpark/bpp_video/sigur_ros.flv 480 368]Friday fun is coming early today. YWFT Blogmate, Stefan, passed me this link to demonstrate how Icelandic people can be shy. This is probably the most uncomfortable and funny interview you will ever see.
Pretty wild stuff: Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) announced on December 21, 2007 that John Maeda, Associate Director of Research at the MIT Media Lab, has accepted the offer to become the 16th president of RISD. (Read more at RSID). Not sure who Maeda is, catch our Profile Interview with Maeda.
Self described as aiming for work that is explorative, playful and ever evolving, Clara Terne makes it happen with a nice mix of illustration, custom typography, and overall niceness.
Sweden strikes again.
Some Friday type for all you slackers.
“Letman’s letters are curious. His handmade style fits the boundaries of typography like a universe on itself by lashing out to illustration, grafitti and graphic design. Letters are free entities to him. They are clear and cunning.”
Nice article over at Wired about the behind the scenes development of the iPhone.
Xerox has gone under the knife and gotten itself a facelift. Loving the type very much so. The sphere-thing, well do I even have to say what I think? | Read More at Xerox