Tag: Germany

Light Up Your World: The NOS SPHERE 228 & Poise Lamp Featured in Graphis Journal #368

Banish the darkness this winter season with some inventive, innovative lighting designs for your space. German product…

For the Love of the Arts: Award-Winning Posters from Posters 2022 Awards Annual

With our Poster 2022 book now available to everyone, we thought it would be a good time…

Drama Within Simplicity: Graphis Master Fons Hickmann and His Great Designs

Based in Berlin, Germany, Fons Hickmann and his posters, typography, and photography reveal his unmatched creativity, boldness,…

Armand Tamboly is All About Ideas in Journal #368

If you want photography that goes beyond the captured image, look no further than Armand Tamboly. A…

Combining Cultures: Featured Journal #364 Designer Jianping He

Chinese designer Jianping He, featured in Journal #364, studied design at the China Academy of Art before…

Curl Up with Some Good Poster Annual 2022 Entries!

Happy New Year, everyone! To start off 2021, we have a group of four stylish new posters…

Operatic Love and Oceanic Waves: Four New Posters for Poster Annual 2022

Do you prefer a night at the opera or a day at the beach? These four new…

Music, A Memoriam, and More: Four New 2022 Poster Annual Entries

Take some time to check out these four new entries to our 2022 Poster Annual that range…

Poster: Award-Winning Entries from D. Kashiwa, Ariane Spanier, and K. Kitz. Plus New Entry from Meaghan Dee

For the Poster Annual 2020, Daisuke Kashiwa from Japan wins Gold for his entry titled, “The True…

New Talent: New Entries from University Students Amy Schwartz, Kyu, Paris Nikiforakis, and Massimiliano Rossi

For the New Talent Annual 2020 competition, student Amy Schwartz submits her latest design from The Newhouse…

Poster: New Entries from Germany by Graphis Master Gunter Rambow and Ariane Spanier, Stephie Becker & Romain Fontaine

As we approach the final deadline for Poster Annual 2020, we gathered a few new entries from…

New Talent: These Award-Winning Students Think Outside the Box Like Few Can

Up-and-coming students show just how creative the new generation can be