is a blog with photos of interesting magazines, books, and other paper-based ephemera. NSFW.
The Gallery of Graphic Design
has a huge collection of magazine print adverts from the 30s to the late 60s. The images are fairly large and organised/searchable by year, product, magazine and advertiser. [via]
This tiny (24 pages or less!) magazine
is the best graphic design pub around, even at six bucks a pop. I’m not a designer, but I’ve picked up enough from this that people think I am. And for you cheapskates, they’ve just done a $16 book with the best stuff
from all the issues. Their site also has an interesting analysis of the Bush and Kerry logos
, showing why one (guess which?) had serious flaws.
Dodge Magazine #1
; "Dodge is devoted to anyone with a passion for graphic design, and an open minded approach to new forms of visual communication."Dodge Magazine #2
; "The assignment for this issue was simple. Create a piece based on, or motivated by the theme of 'lost and found'".