The ‘Anarchists Cookbook’ was written in 1971 by William Powell was a publication created to aid the anarchists to cause the maximum amount of destruction in the most efficient, methodical and safe way. A modern update was made in 2001 by an author that goes under the alias Jolly Roger.
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Such a great project…
Respice – Independent Republic, opened its doors on June 6th, 2013 in South Miami, FL. It is the new approach to what we know today as a concept store, with products from all around the world. But not just any product, unique accessories and lifestyle items that are made by independent brands and designers. Respice becomes the stage for the best independent fashion brands in the world. Respice means “to look” in latin language. If taken literally, re-spice could also mean to spice up again, spice up the life with apparels and accessories. The costumers can find plenty of different eyewear brands from around the world in the store, so we were looking for a symbol that is easily associated with the product. The eyes of the dragonfly are iconic, thats why we chose this beautiful little insect as the sign of the logo, as it has a remarkable eye structure.
These are pretty cool..
ABSOLUT has redesigned their flavoured vodka packaging.
“Our goal was to give our customers distinctive designs that are unlike anything one has ever seen,” Anna Kamjou, Global Design Director at ABSOLUT, said in a statement. “We asked our design team to reach into the symbolism and myths tied to the ingredients to find each flavor’s core essence—and then amplify that essence through art.”
Chicago-based artist Alex Solis creates simple drawings that turn into awesome finished pieces with the incorporation of his own hands and/or other ordinary objects, like potato chips or fruit. He brings his drawings to life by appearing to interact with them.
You can view more of Alex’s artwork by following him here on Tumblr.
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For all use coffee loving designers…
Coffee is always a good idea and that’s why today we show you some very cool artworks by famous typographers. Are you also a coffee victim? If you do so, share and reblog this post as fast as your caffeine storage holds on.
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Hapna is a geometric slab serif designed as an alternative to other slab style fonts available on the market. The typeface was originally released in January 2013 as a free monospaced single weight slab serif called Hapna Mono. This new design has gone through detailed changes to the characters to help define a more contemporary alternative take on the traditional slab serif style. Hapna was inspired by the baseball culture and the graphic language of the early 1950s. Details include 6 weights, 406 characters and open type features. Buy it clicking here.
Great product and production shots for the branding of Karamelleriet: handmade caramels.
"F61 is the print studio in St. Petersburg. Here we love minimalism and analog types of printing, typography and the beauty of simple forms, natural materials and good paper, experiments and challenges. We were inspired by the print machines schemes: circles, cylinders, parallel lines, clear geometric shapes. Black-and-white color palette of the style gives it a finished strict look and stands out from the traditional printing companies"