fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Queens, NY (1969)

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Queens, NY (1969)

(Source: 4cp)

fuckyeahbrutalism:

MacMillan-Bloedel Building, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1968-69
(Erickson-Massey Architects)

fuckyeahbrutalism:

MacMillan-Bloedel Building, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1968-69

(Erickson-Massey Architects)

nevver:

David Fullarton

design-is-fine:

Bradbury Thompson, artwork for Westvaco, early 1960s. More to see: Design Quixotic

Michael Bierut — The Creative Influence

In this new short film for The Creative Influence documentary series, designer Michael Bierut talks about his mentor Massimo Vignelli, what makes an enduring logo, and how the internet has changed the way we work:

secretcinema1:

Los Angeles, 1961-67, Dennis Hopper

secretcinema1:

Los Angeles, 1961-67, Dennis Hopper

Simon Schama on Illustrator Quentin Blake

Simon Schama profiles artist and illustrator Quentin Blake for the FT Magazine: Blake comes straight out of this 18th-century tradition of rococo mischief, the arabesque ride through the storyline.

Simon Schama on Illustrator Quentin Blake

Simon Schama profiles artist and illustrator Quentin Blake for the FT Magazine: Blake comes straight out of this 18th-century tradition of rococo mischief, the arabesque ride through the storyline.

Authors’ Cocktails

I didn’t see this weekend’s Guardian, but I assume Tom’s cartoon is in reference to Olivia Laing’s…

Authors’ Cocktails

I didn’t see this weekend’s Guardian, but I assume Tom’s cartoon is in reference to Olivia Laing’s…

movieposteroftheday:

1967 Czech poster for MY FAIR LADY (George Cukor, USA, 1964)
Designer: Zdeněk Kaplan (b. 1940) [see also]
Poster source: Orson & Welles
While Bob Peak’s US one sheet for My Fair Lady is going for upwards of £700 at Christie’s, you can snap up this much hipper Czech original for a quarter of the price at the new British poster store Orson & Welles.

movieposteroftheday:

1967 Czech poster for MY FAIR LADY (George Cukor, USA, 1964)

Designer: Zdeněk Kaplan (b. 1940) [see also]

Poster source: Orson & Welles

While Bob Peak’s US one sheet for My Fair Lady is going for upwards of £700 at Christie’s, you can snap up this much hipper Czech original for a quarter of the price at the new British poster store Orson & Welles.