Tag: Book Design

Studio Marie Lusa

An unassuming package would be how we describe the playful editorial work coming from Zurich-based Studio Marie Lusa. Founded by designer Marie Lusa in 2012 the four-member studio has an impressive portfolio focused on editorial and book design. Their work for artists and cultural publishers plays…

OK-RM

OK-RM has been designing classy and intelligent design projects since forming in 2008. The collaborative studio is run by founding partners Oliver Knight and Rory McGrath. We are particularly taken by their straightforward and direct approach to typography. You can see that no-nonsense attitude in their Billboard…

Wayne Daly

We don’t know much about the London-based graphic designer Wayne Daly, but we love his delicate typographic craft. His portfolio consists mostly of books and exhibition materials for contemporary galleries and publishers. Even his online portfolio demands patient consideration like his book designs. He is…

Eline Mul

We really enjoy the playful range of Eline Mul‘s work. The recent CalArts MFA alum blends her Dutch design education with American confidence. Check out her work!  

COMMON NAME

Stellar work from NYC-based studio COMMON NAME. The work by Yale MFA alumni Yoonjai Choi and Ken Meier, along with a team of collaborators, is sharp and smart. They have a successful practice at a time when small studios are increasingly rare in NYC. Working closely with…

Fraktur mon Amour

Fraktur mon Amour is one of those finger-tingling books that you can’t wait to get your hands on. It has a pebbled black cover with embossed gothic type that manages to feel inexplicably airy and modern. The book’s heft and proportions seem modeled after a…

Irma Boom in motion, well, kind of.

Irma Boom Books Just randomly stumbled upon this today. It appears to be a post by Irma Booms office on YouTube. There is no audio. And well, it is what it is. But it is an interesting way to get the 5 second flip through…