The Happy Show by Jessica Walsh

variety of ways to use type on more than just walls, colors portray happy,The Happy Show by Jessica Walsh --- Great show!

The Happy Show at MOCA – by Stefan Sagmeister and Jessica Walsh

The Happy Show at MOCA

Stefan Sagmeister Seemingly random yet well planed using lighting and spaces to get desired effect

Stefan Sagmeister "The Happy Show" Could not leave Sagmeister off a list of designers who inspire me. I have two of his books, including the one this is from.

Now Is Better — Stefan Sagmeister & Jessica Walsh

Now Is Better — Stefan Sagmeister & Jessica Walsh A message put together in a artful way, using items we'd never think of to create the letters. Not to mention the colors come together well and brighten the pictures.

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Six Things: Sagmeister & Walsh at The Jewish Museum - New York Graphic Design Agency Alfalfa Studio

Sagmeister and Walsh creative spaces

Sagmeister and Walsh creative spaces

Uses the positioning of her face, and the places in which her body parts are to position the lettering almost perfectly. With the placing of the colours it makes a good piece that presents a message.

Play Hard par Sagmeister et Walsh

The Aizone Fall/Winter 2013 campaign is focused on bold colorful typography and positive and exuberant energy which reflects the dynamic, vibrant nature of the brand. by Sagmeister & Walsh,

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Brand New: New Packaging and Brand Campaign for Appy Fizz by Sagmeister & Walsh

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Floating letters made of human hair and other unusual items

Sagmeister & Walsh have created a bright, colourful ad campaign for Beirut luxury department store, Aizone

Icon set for Function Engineering by Sagmeister & Walsh.

Icon set for Function Engineering by Sagmeister & Walsh.

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Sagmeister And Walsh For The NY Jewish Museum

Sagmeister & Walsh has designed a new visual identity for New York’s Jewish Museum based on the same ancient geometry as the Star of David.

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