Art and Science: Mobius Strips. These are the loops were you can start drawing a line on one side and (seemingly) magically end up on the other side. But did you know that if you cut them in half along that line you get a bigger loop, not two pieces?
Every day for 100 days, Jessica Svendsen redesigned a canonical Josef Müller-Brockmann poster according to four criteria: line, circle, movement, and sound. Part of the 100 Days Workshop with Michael Bierut at the Yale School of Art.
I love the combination of the wine and the saxophone in this poster. This is a great example of a minimalist design with a double meaning. The saxophone represents the "Jazz & Blues" and the Pouring wine represents the winery where the even is being held.
Hong Kong Professional Photographers Network The Portfolios 6 - Graphis Art Art director Poster Artwork Visual Graphic Mixer Composition Communication Typographic Work Digital (Like Grace's organic lettering)