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The Comedy Carpet: A Homage to the Hilarious with 160,000 Granite Letters

Gordon Young and Why Not Associates designed this amazing, large scale Comedy Carpet situated in front of the Blackpool Tower, UK, and references the work of more than 1,000 comedians. The carpet, inspired by playbills and classic fliers, is 2,200m2 and contains more than 160,000 cut granite letters embedded into concrete and finished with a […]

Posters and Other Modern Designs from the Portfolio of Daniel Gray

Daniel Gray is a designer and writer in the UK with a propensity for clean modern lines, muted color and excellent image choice. Here are a few items plucked from Gray’s portfolio.

Typographic Lounge Furniture from Tabisso

TABISSO is a French design company focusing on high-end, typographic lounge furniture. Their chair line includes letters A-Z and numbers 1-9, and the coordinating floor lamps cover more than 20 punctuation marks. These could definitely be used creatively in a huge variety of places, and I wouldn’t mind some for my home (if they start […]

Postal Service Redesign: Graphic and Packaging Design

Have you seen Matt Chase’s complete overhaul of the United States Postal Service identity design? He redesigned everything, from the logo and branding, to stamp identities, packing tape, vans, and uniforms. I really like this idea and design, but I’m a sucker for vintage-style graphics and solid primaries. What do you think? Yea, nay, or […]