Systems is an exhibition of commissioned poster designs and ‘60s Braun products, presented in a single grid at the Walter Knoll London showroom from 25 Nov – 31 Dec 2013. The exhibition is curated by das programm and produced in association with Braun. An international group of graphic designers respond to the systematicity of Braun Design, each one of them notably minimalist, such as Experimental Jetset, Hey Studio, Ross Gunter, Antonio Carusone, Spin, Tomasz Berezowski, Spin and more. Featured here is Berlin–based studio Neubau‘s series of posters, exploring the concepts of Form, Typography and Colour. Find out more about each poster and the specific concept developed in each design. All the works are available for purchase as a limited edition of A1 prints, individually or as a cased set. I’d love one in my living room!
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Malin+Goetz are a family-owned skincare company based in New York. Their products are suitable for everybody, especially those (like myself, unfortunately) with sensitive skin. I have been using products from their range for the last couple of months, and so far I have been very impressed with how well they work. Many of you may already be familiar with the brand, but I wanted to share my experience within the context of this site, as I quite enjoyed reading about their minimalist approach to the skincare industry in Celia Ellenberg’s article on Style.com: Combining Goetz’s marketing and design background with Malin’s experience in beauty retail at Saks, Barneys, and Kiehl’s, the idea behind the brand was to make the increasingly complicated skincare landscape more navigable. “The mantra of simplicity started with our grandmothers,” says Malin. “They used cold creams and Lubriderm and they had beautiful skin at 90.” Malin+Goetz products are available at Vetted, run by Antonio Carusone of AisleOne, who is probably a fan of the simple typographic-style product design.
As Niels-Peter already pointed out: it’s calendar time. Yesterday, Antonio Caruso from AisleOne released this Limited Edition 2010 Letterpress Calendar. The print features a calendar with the year printed in English, Italian, French and German. The 2010, the days of the week, and the edition number line are all printed blind, and of course, the type is set in Helvetica. Each print is numbered and signed. The calendar size is 16.5″ x 23.5″ (A2) and printed on 300gsm Crane Lettra Fluorescent White 110# paper. It comes as a limited edition of only 50 prints, so get yours now!