Jaunā Gaita is a Latvian language magazine which has been published since the 1950s. Here are a few of their beautiful experimental covers from the past.
Vintage matchboxes from around the world
A look at the matchboxes of old, adorned with images of battle and grandeur. Oh and some toothpick boxes too.
Friday find: Gig flyer
Gig flyers have always been a playground for design experimentation, but they are usually not very representative of great typography. I think this one is a step up and I’ll tell you why…
The typographic allure of analogue control panels
In this age of touch screen interaction I think our senses are left underwhelmed by tapping and swiping and we often experience a yearning for the tactile response of dials buttons and gauges…
Friday find: Racing decals from the 1970s
I have always been a sucker for stickers, so it’s no surprise that these caught my attention…
Vintage French type specimen books
A few beautiful pages from old French type specimen books.
Amazing vintage cigarette pack designs from around the world
Smoking or non-smoking, be sure to take a look at these fantastic cigarette pack designs from yesteryear, collected from different countries around the world…
Friday find: Atari logo
The Atari logo, sometimes referred to as the “Fuji” symbol, was designed at the company’s inception in 1972 by California based George Opperman.
Friday find: Boxing posters
Check out these awesome boxing posters from the 1930s and 40s.
Vintage record sleeves
Project Thirty Three is a blog by Seattle-based Jive Time Records, showcasing a fantastic collection of record sleeve designs, categorised by motif…