Kit Hinrichs: “Long May She Wave” at Mercer Museum

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Since July 2, 2016, The Mercer Museum in Doylestown, PA has been exhibiting one of the most renowned works created by Kit Hinrichs of Studio Hinrichs in San Francisco, California. The 3,500 ft. exhibition features American flags and flag memorabilia, all of which come from Hinrichs’ vast collection of 5,000 pieces from his book Long May She Wave: A Graphic History of the American Flag. See below for more. 

Presented in the exhibition, → [[Read the full article…]]

Letterhead Design 8 CFE Submissions: Northern Europe

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Based in Iceland, Einar Gylfason designed the above letterhead, which won a Silver award in Design Annual 2007. Other letterhead designers from Northern Europe include: Williams Murray Hamm, Hans Heinrich Sures, and CURIOUS LTD., among others. See below for more!

Identica, based in London, United Kingdom, created this letterhead from Letterhead 7 for their client Fridays and won → [[Read the full article…]]

2017 Advertising Annual CFE Submissions: Proof Advertising

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Based in Austin, Texas, consistent Graphis winner Proof Advertising created the above advertisements for their client, Stubb’s BBQ Sauce. Past entrants include The Richards Group, Shine United, WONGDOODY, Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners, and DOG & PONY, amongst others. See below for more.

Photographer Chris Crisman from Proof Advertising shot this image for → [[Read the full article…]]

In Memoriam: Hermann Eggmann

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Hermann Eggmann, renowned Graphic Designer and founding member of the Swiss Graphic Designers’ Federation, has died at age 84. 

Hermann Eggmann passed away on Sunday, June 26, 2016 after fighting an illness. A member of AGI since 1972 and an important representative of New Graphic Design, he and his wife, Anne Eggman, created various successful campaigns for the likes of the Kunstgewerbemuseum
(now the Museum für Gestaltung), Verkehrsbetriebe Zürich, the Formforum, Bank Leu, and the Federal Environmental Protection Agency, among → [[Read the full article…]]