Paris Match with Jane Fonda as cover girl, 1972.
Brian Housden House, inspired by Aldo van Eyck, 1965. A gem in concrete & homage to De Stijl. Hampstead, London. Photos: Charles Hosea
De Stijl: The other face of tradition, written by Brian Housden, 1968. In: Design #231. Informative and interesting british approach, read here.
No surprise, that Housden was inspired by dutch design and architecture, when creating his own London home in the sixties.
Maja Isola, textile design Albatrossi 1 for Marimekko, 1968. Cotton. Source
Keith Cunningham, cover artwork for Design Magazine 232, 1968. On the theme of the british poster design awards. Photo: Richard Imrie. Via vads
Matthew Leibowitz, poster artwork for Space, The Lunar terrain, Horse power, 1960s. RIT Library, USA.
Sainsbury’s Design Studio, packaging for pet food, 1962-77. J Sainsbury Ltd. UK. Via guardian
Ed Fella, polaroid photographs of vernacular lettering, 1990 to 2005. Via AIGA
Norbertine von Bresslern-Roth, Cat, n.d. Drawing. Austria.
Maren König, travel poster Great Autumnton, 2014. kuckenburg on tumblr.
Another example of my talented illustration students. The job: design a typical art déco travel poster. Nowadays you’ll put your idea in motion. Well done, Maren, love it!
Louis van Houtte, Summer squash, from Flore des serres et des jardin de l’Europe, 1845. Belgium. Via Missouri Botanical Garden. Source
It’s pumpkin time.
Alain Le Foll, publicity flower for Mexaforme, Ciba Laboratories, 1968. It unfolds from a small green square. Robert Delpire Ageny, Paris. Source
Since 1900 the anti-diarrheal agent was sold worldwide by Ciba-Geigy until 1970, when it was forbidden because of the harmful side effects.
Jan Lenica, Illustration for exhibition poster Lebensbilder – Zeitbilder, 1992. Deutsches Plakat Museum, Essen, Germany. Source
Hans Feurer, photography for Kenzo Takedo’s advertising campaign, 1983. It launched the career of model Iman. From the book Hans Feurer by Damiani. Via dazeddigital
Michel Quarez, graphic poem for the Citroën Dyane in a publicity magazine, 1968. For Robert Delpire Agency, Paris. Source