Guess he needs the money

Peter Saville Cover design for Joy Division, Unknown Pleasures, 1979 Image taken from the Cambridge Encyclopedia of Astronomy and depicts “a comparative path demonstration of the frequency of a signal from a pulsar (pulsating star)."
Peter Saville
Cover design for Joy Division, Unknown Pleasures, 1979
Image taken from the Cambridge Encyclopedia of Astronomy and depicts “a comparative path demonstration of the frequency of a signal from a pulsar (pulsating star).”
Peter Saville Unknown Pleasure, Ocean Blue, 2012 Resin, Polyurethane Paint 12.60 x 12.60 x 5.51 in This work comes with a signed Certificate of Authenticity.
Peter Saville
Unknown Pleasure, Ocean Blue, 2012
Resin, Polyurethane Paint
12.60 x 12.60 x 5.51 in
This work comes with a signed Certificate of Authenticity.

Franken-shoe

The marketing team at UGG®s had lunch with the marketing team at Teva Sandals.
Drunken lunch.
Drunken lunch.

“You got your peanut butter on my chocolate!”
“You got your chocolate in my peanut butter!”

“I got an idea!”

The Teva X UGG® Hybrid
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Pin the Tail On the Logo

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Round and round design firms go.
A pocket full of posey.
Put on the blindfold, spin around.
Dizzy dizzy dizzy.
Take your type and line it up.
Pin the tail on the logo!

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Guess this is how they did it.
BTW, five designers make a pentagram.

Rand Rant

Paul Rand the great.
Paul Rand the genius.
Paul Rand the original.
Paul Rand the thief.

Paul Rand liked him some Matisse.
Especially The Snail (1953).

Let’s escargot see how much.

Henri Matisse, “The Snail - L’Escargot" 1953
Henri Matisse, “The Snail – L’Escargot” 1953
Paul Rand, book cover for “American Son” 1954
Paul Rand, book cover for “American Son” 1954
Paul Rand, poster for IBM Customer Support Center 1980
Paul Rand, poster for IBM Customer Support Center 1980
Paul Rand, poster for Tokyo Communication Arts 1988
Paul Rand, poster for Tokyo Communication Arts 1988