A project focused on exhibiting the contributions of women in graphic design and exploring issues of gender-equality in education provided by design institutions.
mjtj:

Rêverie - Sophie Rentien

Sophie Rentien studies graphic design at Estienne Paris
mjtj:

Rêverie - Sophie Rentien

Sophie Rentien studies graphic design at Estienne Paris

mjtj:

Rêverie - Sophie Rentien

Sophie Rentien studies graphic design at Estienne Paris

Comments
gnoth:

katjagretzinger

Katja Gretzinger (Berlin)
gnoth:

katjagretzinger

Katja Gretzinger (Berlin)
gnoth:

katjagretzinger

Katja Gretzinger (Berlin)
Comments

Rebeka Arce (Madrid, Spain)

Fashion editorial design for dewerf.es

Comments

dailydesigner:

2015 calendar poster by Kristina Krogh

Comments

Rebecca Sylvers is currently an undergraduate at Yale

Lesbian Pulp is a collection of promotional materials for the Beinecke Library’s set of lesbian pulp fiction novels from 1935-1965 (class assignment)

Comments

Kristen Lenz (New York City)

Comments

Ilja Glaap, currently a student at the Utrecht School of the Arts (Netherlands)

The Bigger Picture isa bilingual book on video art in public spaces

Comments
chappellellison:

"I designed this image because I was told it would never be seen by anyone." — Susan Kare, Iconographer
chappellellison:

"I designed this image because I was told it would never be seen by anyone." — Susan Kare, Iconographer

chappellellison:

"I designed this image because I was told it would never be seen by anyone." — Susan Kare, Iconographer

Comments
I Love Typography has posted a great article that traces the history of the earliest recorded female printers and typographers, illuminating the contributions of women like Estellina Conat in 1476 and printer Anna Rügerin in 1484, and briefly touching on their predecessors—female scribes involved in manuscript production.  
[[MORE]]
The article by John Boardley also includes an excellent selective bibliography for delving further into the early history of women’s involvement in printing and typography.
I Love Typography has posted a great article that traces the history of the earliest recorded female printers and typographers, illuminating the contributions of women like Estellina Conat in 1476 and printer Anna Rügerin in 1484, and briefly touching on their predecessors—female scribes involved in manuscript production.  
[[MORE]]
The article by John Boardley also includes an excellent selective bibliography for delving further into the early history of women’s involvement in printing and typography.

I Love Typography has posted a great article that traces the history of the earliest recorded female printers and typographers, illuminating the contributions of women like Estellina Conat in 1476 and printer Anna Rügerin in 1484, and briefly touching on their predecessors—female scribes involved in manuscript production.  

Read More

Comments

type-lover:

In Contrast
Beautiful book & great example of a raw layout.
by Johanna Burai
& Oskar Pernefeldt
Tobias Ohlström

Johanna Burai is a Swedish graphic designer and illustrator currently studying visual communications at Beckmans College of Design. 

Comments

mjtj:

Zine Collection published by Editions Bessard

Art direction by Bureau Kayser

Bureau Kayser is a French collective which includes graphic designers Laure-Anne Kayser and Léa Dupuis 

Comments

Hanna Nilsson of PWR Studio (with Rasmus Svensson)

Read More

Comments
Emily Luce poster, designed by Paola Gil (OTIS MFA GD) + Eric Nishioka (OTIS BFA Graphic Design) (via knikitas and otiscomartsdepartment)
Emily Luce poster, designed by Paola Gil (OTIS MFA GD) + Eric Nishioka (OTIS BFA Graphic Design) (via knikitas and otiscomartsdepartment)

Emily Luce poster, designed by Paola Gil (OTIS MFA GD) + Eric Nishioka (OTIS BFA Graphic Design) (via knikitas and otiscomartsdepartment)

Comments

booksfromthefuture:

Cyprien Gaillard
Recovery of Discovery
Katharina Köhler in collaboration with Markus Dressen

Katharina Köhler is the founder of KTella graphic and type design bureau (Germany)

Comments