Designculture • Massimo Vignelli

Designer Massimo Vignelli, known for his iconic New York City subway map and American Airlines logo, among many other designs, died today at the age of It was reported earlier this month that.

5 Lessons from Massimo Vignelli | Abduzeedo Design Inspiration & Tutorials

Vignelli Forever Anthony Neil Dart designed these typographic posters with five phrases to live by Massimo Vignelli. Typographic Poster Design by Anthony N

The Vignelli Twelve: We Use Way Too Many Fonts

Massimo Vignelli is famous in design circles for employing only a handful of fonts over his long career. Here’s my “desert island” list of great typefaces.

The only typeface you need according to Massimo Vignelli: Bodoni, Helvetica, Times, Century, Futura.

Arvanitis, Dimitris - Massimo Vignelli / Rene Wanner's Poster Page / Greek designers illustrate 24 Quotes about design

Swiss Style is a graphic design style that emerged from Russia, Germany, and the Netherlands in the 1920s. It was developed further by Swiss designers in the 1950s. It is also sometimes referred to as International Typographic Style.


RIP Massimo Vignelli Vignelli tribute poster series by Anthony Neil Dart - a South African born Designer / Director now living and working in Seattle, Washington, USA for Xbox.

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Dark Side of Typography

Unimark International, under the direction of Massimo Vignelli, was hired by Knoll in 1967 to create “a corporate look in all its printed matter.” Here is issue number 4 of the Knoll corporate.

10 Things We've Learned from Massimo Vignelli [Iconic Graphic Designer]

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The design world is in mourning over the death of iconic graphic designer Massimo Vignelli, and people have been expressing it in different.

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“Five phrases to live by” by Anthony Neil Dart. Last week I posted “Ten ideas to live by” by Alder Dog, whose author was inspired by the work of Anthony Neil Dart. “Five phrases to live by” iis a.