Happy birthday, Saul Bass, greatest graphic designer of all time.
From the inimitable Pop Chart Lab — who have previously charted the varieties of coffee, the history of Apple, America’s bike lanes, the composition of classic cocktails, the wonders of serif fonts, Gotham’s villains, and the 64 guitars that defined rock history — a visual compendium of cameras.
So great: Major movements in philosophy, as minimalist geometric graphics.
NASA gets geekily creative with pop-culture-inspired expedition posters.
Famous films, books, and movies reimagined as Dr. Seuss art.
Pair with the secret art of the real Dr. Seuss.
Among the growing number of translations we’ve received, we found it to be no coincidence that we were sent both Hebrew and Arabic translations at nearly the same time. We paired these languages with the hamsa, a non-religious symbol of protection, blessings, power and strength that is recognized across the entire Middle East.
A beautiful calligraphic hamsa version of the Holstee Manifesto, one of 5 timeless manifestos for the creative life, in Hebrew and Arabic by designer Josh Berer, with proceeds benefiting Seeds of Peace.
Complement with Cartographies of Time – a visual history of the timeline.
The story of the London Underground, in lovely vintage posters.
Creative environmental nonprofit Do The Green Thing has partnered with 23 celebrated artists and designers to create a poster a day, for 23 consecutive days, until Earth Hour 2013. All posters are available as prints, with proceeds benefiting the DTGT charity.
Pair this one, by Tom Uglow, with a case for the walkable city.