Folio Magazine Covers from the 1970s and 1980s

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Steve Phillips worked as art director for nearly 11 years for Folio magazine from its first issue in 1972. The Folio cover design offered a creative inspiration for designers within and outside of the publishing industry providing a unique and striking artwork to accompany each issue.

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Using Google Fonts to Design Aesop’s Fables

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Making use of the free resource of over 650 Google Fonts, designer Phoebe E aims to show the fantastic results available with a consideration of typeface combinations. This Aesop’s Fables project offers a great resource to add a level of style to your online designs which wont affect your budget.

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Promotional Design for the Bowling Script Typeface

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As a promotional tool for the Bowling Script typeface, these 3D realisations offer a superb example of how to show off your latest fonts. The fact that these phone cases become beautiful yet impractical following the design process seems not to be the point here. We should simply enjoy the results visually.

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60 years of Leica M3 Photography : M Magazine

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Dedicated to showcasing the images produced over the past 60 years by the iconic Leica M3, M magazine is a photography focused publication that intends to do justice to the images which have recorded events throughout recent history.

Purchase your copy of M Magazine here.

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Psychedelic GIFs by Graphic Designer Erik Söderberg

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3D and graphic designer, Erik Söderberg has created a series of geometric GIFs which move through all 4 dimensions of space-time. The animations are created during his exploration of “the relations of geometry, nature and the human being” resulting in some geometric designs which are psychedelic, organic and compelling.

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