1. Expressive hand script and neutral type come together in a clean identity for Martín Azúa, by P.A.R.

    http://www.p-a-r.net/

     

  2. Visual identity for a circus troupe based in Alicante, Spain, by Andres Guerrero.

    http://andresguerrero.es/

     

  3. "In April 1913 Jacob Merkelbach (1877-1942) opened a portrait studio above the luxury fashion house Hirsch & Co at the Leidseplein, a prime location for an aspiring photographer. 100 years later, the Amsterdam City Archives, opens the exhibition "Photo Studio Merkelbach" and "Studio Portraits", with photos of Merkelbach and three contemporary photographers, Erwin Olaf, Petra Stavast and Blommers / Schum."

    Exhibition and poster design by Rotterdam based, Studio Beige.

    http://www.studiobeige.nl/

     

  4. Great poster work from Barcelona based studio, Bisgrafic.

    http://www.bisgrafic.com/

     

  5. “‘Maak Plaats!’ (‘Make Space!’) presents a new vision of space in North Holland given.” Book design and infographics by Florian Mewes.

    https://www.behance.net/mewes

     

  6. Record sleeve for Univers, by Arnau Pi, a graphic designer based in Barcelona.

    http://www.arnaupi.com/

     

  7. Strike-throughs, scribbles and overprints. Designs by studio Claudiabasel.

    http://www.claudiabasel.ch/ 

     

  8. Visual identity for a jewellery designer by My Name is Wendy. Check their website for a batch of newly documented, inspiring material!

    http://www.mynameiswendy.fr/index.html

     

  9. The Ghastling, is a modern magazine that pays homage to the all-fiction pulpwood classics and penny dreadfuls of yesteryear. Not for the faint of heart, The Ghastling treads into the hazy world of ghosts, the macabre and the oh-so peculiar.

    www.theghastling.com

     

  10. Type-centric and restrained designs by German duo, Tim + Tim.

    http://www.timandtim.com/