Pattern board Did you ever walk into a store and see a pattern on a tunic, rug, or lamp shade, but didn’t know the name of the pattern? Think of this as your go-to tool for identifying patterns. Amy Atlas’ Pattern Board for Design & Styling!
Beautiful geometric branding for Italian music festival /// —the next step should have been: in top photo, actually having a PA built into the structure, and a quarter inch input hidden/tucked away somewhere.
The Marber Grid was developed in 1961 by Polish graphic designer, Romek Marber, for Penguin book covers. This grid layout is admired by many designers and is example of how a well-designed grid can stand the test of time.