The Digital Dada Library
The Digital Dada Library provides links to scanned images of original Dada-era publication in the International Dada Archive. These books, pamphlets, and periodicals are housed in the Special Collections Department of The University of Iowa Libraries. These include many of the major periodicals of the Dada movement from Zurich, Berlin, Paris, and elsewhere, as well as books, exhibition catalogs, and broadsides by participants in the Dada movement.
Rolly Crump Mobile
Helveticons is the obvious name for a versatile set of 245 royalty-free vector icons, glyphs and symbols based on the Helvetica Bold typeface. With an emphasis on usability and customization, the icons come in seven file formats of which six are in scalable vector format.
Counter-Print.co.uk is dedicated to the promotion and sale of Art and Design related material. Often out of print or hard to find, they aim to celebrate both forgotten gems as well as those heralded designers that we all admire.
The Periodic Table of Shortcuts
Smart A2 posters by Design by Vent containing the Adobe Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop CS shortcuts in a format inspired by the periodic table of the elements. I’d love to have these hanging over my desk. Please?
Typo/Graphic Posters is a new site devoted to becoming a visual catalog of typographic and graphic posters – both inspirational and historical. Typo/Graphic Posters is a invitation and application-only project created and curated by André Felipe at SOUUM. Built with Indxr by Andreas Pihlström at Suprb. Browse and enjoy.
The Grid System
I’ve been peeking at this project during it’s conception and development and I have been anxiously keeping the news to myself. I’m pleased to introduce The Grid System, an ever-growing resource site centered on the topic of grid systems and methodical approaches to design. Created by Antonio of AisleOne, the site features links to articles, tools, books, templates and more. It’s a one stop shop for designers, both print and web, to learn about grid systems, how to design them and how to use them. Well done sir!
Sizes May Vary
Sizes May Vary references the varying standardized formats and systems used within graphic design. Part sketchbook, part reference book and part notebook – it is a space for composing and visualizing layouts, sketching and developing ideas, taking reference and making note. Designed by Mark Boyce and published by Laurence King Publishing Ltd.