(English) Polish 2015 Calendar Collaboration

12 young Polish illustrators vs 12 months of the year! Simply admire this beautiful mix of illustrations in the new 2015 calendar. The designers have tried to capture the feeling of every month using all means available. And that has given as unpredictable results as unpredictable the Polish weather is. They have decided to keep…

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(English) Technology-based Letters
Design

FiDU Technology has been developed by Oskar Zieta and his studio Zieta Prozessdesign since 2003. In short, it is a new innovative method of creating 3D objects from two-steel sheets welded around their edges. Pressure-formed objects are extremely durable, stable and ultralight, which gives the technology a wide range of type of use. Moreover, it…

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Mi villanyoz fel a tipográfia kapcsán?
Design

Each and every typography nerd must have been in Cafe Metaforma in Cracov 21 November, where all the juros of the International Competition – Typeface Szymborska were asked about their inspirations. The main questions was “what turns them on in typography?”. Martin Mayer, holland typographer, gave an enthusiastic speech about the sanserifs, the fonts that…

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Friss szelek a dizájn területéről – Diplomunkák

Interested in graphic and industrial design? Can’t miss it! Graduation Projects is the biggest review of Master’s and Bachelor’s graduation projects of students from Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary. The selection includes web pages, APS, screen applications and functional interactive design, fabric, clothing, glass, ceramics, and more. The selected works will be presented…

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Gyerekkönyv App – Játék könyvekkel
Design

Children’s Books (Polish name “Halobajki”) is an innovative, free mobile application designed by Ładne Halo Publishing House from Łódź in Poland in collaboration with Advertising Agency Wunderman and Nokia/Microsoft. It has been awarded The Red Dot Design Award 2014 in Communication design, which is an international recognisable design prize described as the industry’s equivalent of…

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