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The Peter Nappi Headquarters…so sweet.
If you are a typeface geek, you might just enjoy a visit to the Buchstaben Museum—also known as the Museum of Letters, which celebrates typefaces.
Tucked away behind a mall in central Berlin, the museum features a collection built from contributors who share the love for typography.
Buchstaben Museum is home to hundreds of letters that have been “rescued” from public spaces and folded businesses—it also preserves, restores and exhibits signage that have been found from around Berlin and all over the world.
Denise Dvorkoa for Marie Claire
To promote their stores’ ‘Shirt Bars,” the creative team at Ben Sherman came up with a creative solution: a paper origami folded shirt collar. Underneath the collar fold a prize, as well as details describing how to claim it, was revealed. The promotional items were given out at busy hot spots around London, and the idea has also been used in NYC and as far off as Singapore.
Charmaine Olivia, a standout in the San Francisco art community has a fan base that already covers the globe, it is clear that her work is popular amongst the masses. The 24 year-old self-taught artist has already created a body of imagery that has caught the eye of Lady Gaga, Urban Outfitters, and Volcom. Her paintings are meticulously rendered, juxtaposed with just enough looseness in her paint to add increased interest.
Awhile back I featured Ty Mattson’s new studio. Here are more images of this awesome studio. Who wouldn’t love to come work there everyday. Its a designers palace.