Posts Tagged With modern

Omniplan by Tomoko Miho

Omniplan by Tomoko Miho  Throughout her career Miho impacted corporate American through her use of complex identities in regards to brands. Omniplan is an architecture firm and Miho designed their first logo mark in 1970. In this logo mark she wanted to introduce dimensions and illusions that heighten the complexity of the brand in all.…

65 bridges in New York by Tomoko Miho

65 bridges in New York by Tomoko Miho In this poster Miho captures the clean and precise details of this great infrastructure in the city of New York. She doesn’t miss a single line of the bridge and wants the audience to acknowledge the quality of the way she captures it. The red tone of…

Contemporary Furniture and Textiles

  My first visual impression when viewing the cover of Contemporary Furniture and Textiles was that my attention was immediately drawn to the bolded, red “K” in the middle. The background is filled with contrasting colors of grey and black with the word “Knoll” repeatedly stated. The repetition of these words is highlighted even more…

Sweet’s File: Architecture Sections 15-20

Part 1: What’s Old is New Again (Subjective Analysis)   I attended the D.H. Hill special collections exhibit on January 22nd to take a look at Sweet’s File, Architecture section 15-20. When I first arrived at the exhibit, I wasn’t sure which book I wanted to look at. Some of these books depicting ancient mythos and…