Michèle Champagne is a graphic designer based in Canada and graduated at the Sandberg Institute. She founded That New Design Smell a magazine on web and in print to “encourage dialogue, not monologue,” she says, “by folding comments made online back into the printed magazine.” - “It experiments with open content, where criticism engages an online public. Dialogue is then edited into a printed magazine you can hold in your hands. The editorial designs borrows from classic typography mixed with that bastard Arial.”
I want that book:
Ruins, internet vernaculaire & culture pop, 2012
27 x 36cm - 240 pages
Roosje Klap a studio based in Amsterdam, would love to do an internship there. Very inspirational work.
Daniël Maarleveld is an Amsterdam based graphic designer, he graduated at the Rietveld in 2007. I love how he’s endlessly searching for flaws in tools and how to use those flaws to create something new (and beautiful!!).
I’m in a xerox mode I guess, I bought this today :D
From his site:
“Modular system for a series of record covers for the small berlin based record label Resopal. It is based on the principle of the »Equisite corpse« developed by the Surrealists. Out of a fixed pool of elements a huge variety of combinations can be automatically generated, with and for Hort.”