Michaela Hansson

Michaela Hansson

Michaela Hansson
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Lady Feed on Branding Served

Lady Feed on Branding Served

My ditto: Keep it simple, silly; never stop learning; and keep developing. #killergraphics Guide to a successfull Graphic Designer #infografia #infographic | http://graphicdesigncollections.blogspot.com

My ditto: Keep it simple, silly; never stop learning; and keep developing. #killergraphics Guide to a successfull Graphic Designer #infografia #infographic | http://graphicdesigncollections.blogspot.com

The Art Of French Baking - anthropologie.com

The Art Of French Baking - anthropologie.com

György Péter: Múzeum, a tanuló-ház book for Museum of Fine Arts Budapest. This is the first volume of a museum theory book series. In each book we present different young hungarian type designers.Colors: Black, Pantone Cool Grey 8U, Pantone 805 U Paper…

György Péter: Múzeum, a tanuló-ház book for Museum of Fine Arts Budapest. This is the first volume of a museum theory book series. In each book we present different young hungarian type designers.Colors: Black, Pantone Cool Grey 8U, Pantone 805 U Paper…

Graphic design and art direction by Caterina Bianchini

Graphic design and art direction by Caterina Bianchini

Scribe

Scribe

http://www.nakamuragraph.com

http://www.nakamuragraph.com

The History of Love / Nicole Krauss. concept cover design by Jenny Volvovski. via * wit + delight #books

The History of Love / Nicole Krauss. concept cover design by Jenny Volvovski. via * wit + delight #books

Little Spines is a yearly publication containing stories and poems from the Creative Writing students from RMIT. My aim was to create a contemporary, stylish publication on a low budget. The style of binding I used (Japanese Stab binding) has an abstract resemblance to an actual human spine visually, and also shares many of its characteristics; being quite ornate and fragile, yet extremely crucial, and vigilantly holds everything together.

Little Spines is a yearly publication containing stories and poems from the Creative Writing students from RMIT. My aim was to create a contemporary, stylish publication on a low budget. The style of binding I used (Japanese Stab binding) has an abstract resemblance to an actual human spine visually, and also shares many of its characteristics; being quite ornate and fragile, yet extremely crucial, and vigilantly holds everything together.