Beautiful, observant photographs taken by Alice Ishiguro Tosey capturing the visual relationship between people's homes and vehicles in Tokyo. The photo series tell a story of an everyday society appreciative of aesthetic harmony and beauty.
The collective body of images have been released as a limited edition book of 200 copies.
For more information about the book or project, visit here.
A perfect concept that needs no explanation from me. I’m a sucker for this sort of negative-space concept, and this one works so perfectly it gives me an ache in the chest. Beautiful.
A super elegant and well crafted campaign by Paprika in Montreal, combines musical instruments and the number 10. Black and white photography along with a muted color palette and strong typography has resulted in a very striking and probably very cost effective solution.
A beautifully simple, charming identity to meet one of those briefs that might easily feel overwhelming. Balancing respect for the heritage with a playful lightness of touch is an incredibly delicate business. Manual have pulled it off magnificently. That curious e is a masterstroke.
Love the latest project from Leeds-based photographer Ricky Adam that documents the wild assortment of photographs taken by courier drivers as part of their job to prove the delivery of their packages.
The Chase pushing the format of special edition British stamps – by removing the typical white-space on one edge, they've created goal posts around each image.
A clever symbol, a crown motif extracted from Nervi’s ceiling design, sits at the centre of the identity, intrinsically linking the architecture of the theatre, its name, and its location on King St. Perfect location and perfect copywriting as well.
With all the new type foundries and typefaces on the scene, House Industries latest specimen really captures the imagination unlike anything else.