It’s hard to comment on something so perfect. First we have the header for Design Magazine itself. The type is beautiful, they’ve even managed to gracefully compress the ‘g’ so it doesn’t throw off the grid too much. And then of course we have one of the greatest logo designs of all time right beneath it incorporating an amazing color scheme. It’s all there. The logo for the ’68 Mexico Olymipics was created by American designer Lance Wyman (click the above image for a full size version). The posters for the games were a collaborative effort, an example and some info are here.
This incredible image came my way via Jakub … Not sure if they have the world expo anymore, but I doubt it would look this good. Click through for more pics – Image above now links to larger version via George. Continue reading →
Welcome to the new front-end of ISO50. I’ve decided to shift the site into a blog format to make it easier to update and get more fresh content up. I will be posting all sorts of things, my own work, other’s work that I find inspirational, and anything design related that I think would make for good viewing. Your comments are welcome and appreciated, I will do my best to answer any questions.
You can always visit the ISO50 Portfolio to see all my work, or you can check out the ISO50 Shop for prints, clothing, music and more. The Blog will be located at blog.iso50.com, keep an eye on it for new work, unreleased stuff, and all things ISO50 / Tycho related.
Got a show this Saturday (9/15/07) in San Francisco @ SomArts with Kelpe, edIT and Deru among others. All the info is here >
Had this laying around for a while, classic Olympic poster. This is a perfect example of how much the core ethics of design have changed. Take this one in, then have a look at these olympic logos…. what happened to design?
The OFFF festival in Barcelona was amazing this year, a lot of incredible work on display and some great speakers too. Above are a few images from the fesitval, click the following link to see some more: Continue reading →