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  1. design-is-fine:

Karl Schneider, Das Plakat! 1930. “Eye-catching Advertising”. Deutsche Städte Reklame. Source

    design-is-fine:

    Karl Schneider, Das Plakat! 1930. “Eye-catching Advertising”. Deutsche Städte Reklame. Source

  2. proudcreative:

Archive Series. 04. / Harpal identity, 2013

    proudcreative:

    Archive Series. 04. / Harpal identity, 2013

  3. unavidamoderna:

Detalle de la fachada, Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla Aeropuerto Internacional, Carr. Guadalajara Chapala, Tlajomulco de Zuñiga, Jalisco, México 1968
Arq. Héctor Velázquez para Coufal Asociados
Detail of the facade of the Guadalajara International Airport, Tlajomulco de Zuniga, Jalisco, Mexico 1968

    unavidamoderna:

    Detalle de la fachada, Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla Aeropuerto Internacional, Carr. Guadalajara Chapala, Tlajomulco de Zuñiga, Jalisco, México 1968

    Arq. Héctor Velázquez para Coufal Asociados

    Detail of the facade of the Guadalajara International Airport, Tlajomulco de Zuniga, Jalisco, Mexico 1968

    (via modernlove20)

  4. design-is-fine:

Lucian Zabel, poster artwork for Sinalco, 1928. Berlin. © Kunstbibliothek der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin, Preußischer Kulturbesitz, 📷 Jens Ziehe

    design-is-fine:

    Lucian Zabel, poster artwork for Sinalco, 1928. Berlin. © Kunstbibliothek der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin, Preußischer Kulturbesitz, 📷 Jens Ziehe

    (via graphicgraphic)

  5. natgeofound:

A woman walks a dachshund across pavement with undulating wave patterns in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March 1955.Photograph by Charles Allmon, National Geographic

    natgeofound:

    A woman walks a dachshund across pavement with undulating wave patterns in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March 1955.Photograph by Charles Allmon, National Geographic

    (via circayesterday)

  6. design-is-fine:

bauhaus magazine 1, 1929. Published by Hannes Meyer, AD: Ernst Kállai. Cover: Amadeus Merian, 1828. Via Kiefer

    design-is-fine:

    bauhaus magazine 1, 1929. Published by Hannes Meyer, AD: Ernst Kállai. Cover: Amadeus Merian, 1828. Via Kiefer

    (via graphicgraphic)

  7. tenivision:

From Taschen’s “Mendelsohn”

    tenivision:

    From Taschen’s “Mendelsohn”

    (via modernlove20)

  8. shihlun:

Le Corbusier : Complete Works in 8 Volumes

    shihlun:

    Le Corbusier : Complete Works in 8 Volumes

    (via modernlove20)

  9. maxenrich:

Roberto Marcatti and Alfonso Crotti, Tokyo Chair, for Lavori

    maxenrich:

    Roberto Marcatti and Alfonso Crotti, Tokyo Chair, for Lavori

    (Source: aqqindex, via circayesterday)

  10. jonasgrossmann:

    rose house, chicago, james speyer (1953)

    (via modernlove20)

  11. electricobjects:

Bad Geometry 

    electricobjects:

    Bad Geometry 

  12. daviddelruelle:

In the presence of all be nothing  (Artwork for a book project to come)

    daviddelruelle:

    In the presence of all be nothing  (Artwork for a book project to come)

    (via weirdrealms)

  13. design-is-fine:

Max Bittrof, cover design for Gebrauchsgraphik, International Advertising Art, 1928. Published by H. K. Frenzel, Berlin. More: designers-books

    design-is-fine:

    Max Bittrof, cover design for Gebrauchsgraphik, International Advertising Art, 1928. Published by H. K. Frenzel, Berlin. More: designers-books

  14. blueberrymodern:

carl harry stalhane
  15. thecwst:

Hyun Ryoung Kim
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