designed to be sent to travel agencies to promote the airline’s vacation locations… the modular system was shipped in custom-fitted cardboard that held prints and mounting instructions, marked on the exterior in heavy type with the contained location. the patterns were used in combination to promote particular destinations or simply to provide a more abstract tone of travel – tscherny recruited many different artists to contribute images 14.5 or 18 inches square. in one loose set, tscherny also included a selection of panels that he made himself: produced very quickly, they reveal the extreme dexterity the designer had with different modes of illustration and photography—an aspect of his work that is often overshadowed by the striking layout design.
explore the entire set here.
nice collage design work by mark weaver
i wish all stop signs looked like this
flip i LOVE the stretsis 2010 spring summer lookbook, not only because the models look like they’ve been taxidermied – but the clothes are obviously pretty pretty rad too…
eric ravilious (1903 – 1942) was an english painter, designer, book illustrator and wood engraver. i especially love his design work for wedgwood ceramics. though this first image is what caught my eye…
i love the idea of these ships for shoulder pads, as drawn by illustrator by charmaine olivia
slim woman with a cat (1913) – géza faragó
diana @ missmoss.co.za
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