- Isotype Infographics, Only An Ocean Between, 1943 | Thom's Blog on Isotype Infographics – from Our Two Democracies At Work, 1945
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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Because those posts with lots of photos of old magazines are very tall, and this blog really ought to be showing off my design work (how else is a freelance graphic and web designer going to advertise himself?) here’s a … Continue reading
A few spreads from a 1947 edition of Housewife magazine. It is everything you would expect – patronising, shallow and chauvinistic, but it has a real old fashioned charm. One thing that stands out on reading it is the effect … Continue reading
A recent conversation on Twitter about improving theatre attendance reminded me about this brochure I did a long time ago. It is probably my favourite piece of work, so I’m slightly surprised I haven’t blogged it before. It was a … Continue reading
This book really can’t make up its mind whether it is pro- or anti-car. Either way, some of the illustrations (which use two very different styles) are very nice.
Sober looking men doing DIY while smoking a pipe, swinging girls and 1950s/60s adverts. What’s not to like.
I spent quite a bit of this week dealing with very large files on my computer at work, so instead of watching progress bars, I did this.