Pinterest Board of the Day: Graphic Design & Illustrations

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May 28, 2013
In Philip Baxter Meggs' A History of Graphic Design, he states graphic design's "essence is to give order to information, form to ideas, expression and feeling to artifacts that document human experience." Couldn't ring more true than this dozen of our favorite graphic-minded designs sourced from our Pinterest board. Read Full Article
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  San Francisco by Brent Couchman. (Pin).

    San Francisco by Brent Couchman. (Pin).

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  A rosy-hued number by Olimpia Zagnoli for The New Yorker's literary blog, Page-Turner. (Pin).

    A rosy-hued number by Olimpia Zagnoli for The New Yorker's literary blog, Page-Turner. (Pin).

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  The patterned covers of Brooklyn-based Mast Brothers Chocolate' is almost as good as its contents inside. (Pin).

    The patterned covers of Brooklyn-based Mast Brothers Chocolate' is almost as good as its contents inside. (Pin).

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  A continuous design by Kristina Sostarko and Jason Odd of Inaluxe. (Pin).

    A continuous design by Kristina Sostarko and Jason Odd of Inaluxe. (Pin).

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  She & Him Poster designed by Jason Munn. (Pin).

    She & Him Poster designed by Jason Munn. (Pin).

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  Moon Dominoes by Fredericks & Mae. (Pin). 

    Moon Dominoes by Fredericks & Mae. (Pin). 

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  Homebrew black and white labels by Slovakian designer Martin Fek. (Pin).

    Homebrew black and white labels by Slovakian designer Martin Fek. (Pin).

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  Gavin Potenza for Herman Miller. (Pin).

    Gavin Potenza for Herman Miller. (Pin).

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  Illustration by Christopher Silas Neal for Dwell Magazine March 2011. (Pin).

    Illustration by Christopher Silas Neal for Dwell Magazine March 2011. (Pin).

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  Scientific American's 1963 cover. (Pin).

    Scientific American's 1963 cover. (Pin).

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  A foxy logotype by Two Times Elliot. (Pin).
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  Pieces of restaurateur Danny Meyer's empire. (Pin).

    Pieces of restaurateur Danny Meyer's empire. (Pin).

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