1. imprecise:

Kyle Macy

    imprecise:

    Kyle Macy

  2. escapekit:

    Mousta 

    A moustache typface

  3. alisonkatecarter:

    WL Resource

    Typeset in the friendly VAG Rounded (appropriate, no?) and full of playful illustrations, Women Lovin’ is a sex resource booklet for queer women that educates without judgement.

    Some graphics shown may be considered NSFW.

    Production Method: Offset
    Design: Jayme Spinks
    Project management and design: Nav Bhatia
    Illustrations: Jayme Spinks
    Printing: St. Joseph’s Media

    Source: For Print Only

  4. itzallonyou:

Brooklyn Nets Logo Unveiled

    itzallonyou:

    Brooklyn Nets Logo Unveiled

  5. lovedesignlife:

Mucca’s packaging design for Shinsegae, a luxury department store in South Korea. 
 (via The Dieline)

    lovedesignlife:

    Mucca’s packaging design for Shinsegae, a luxury department store in South Korea. 

     (via The Dieline)

  6. sorryimsorry:

AIGA Dinner Party poster by MUCCA

    sorryimsorry:

    AIGA Dinner Party poster by MUCCA

  7. Spring 2012. Photo 1 final. Photomontage prints inspired by lack of inspiration. Oh, the irony.

  8. Time Core Final. Collab with Jessica Griscti →

  9. Time Core Final. Collab with Jessica Griscti →

    http://vimeo.com/41893575

  10. designcloud:

Helvetica and the New York City Subway System
The True (Maybe) Story by Paul Shaw 
“One of the best pieces of design history I’ve ever read. Impeccably researched and gracefully written, it uses a seemingly prosaic subject as a starting point for a fascinating exploration of the way that graphic design developed as a discipline in the 20th century.” - Michael Bierut, Pentagram

    designcloud:

    Helvetica and the New York City Subway System

    The True (Maybe) Story by Paul Shaw 

    “One of the best pieces of design history I’ve ever read. Impeccably researched and gracefully written, it uses a seemingly prosaic subject as a starting point for a fascinating exploration of the way that graphic design developed as a discipline in the 20th century.” - Michael Bierut, Pentagram