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Happy Triangle Friday! For me, today doesn’t feel like a Friday (what does a Friday ‘feel’ like anyway?), but looking at this cover for Novum magazine definitely got me in the Tri Fri mood: Novum is a German Graphic Design magazine which began as ‘Gebrauchsgrafik’ (German for advertising art) back in 1924. As far as I know, it’s not available to buy single issues in the UK (but you can subscribe) which is a shame....

Happy Tri Fri everyone! I am under the weather at the moment but writing this post is cheering me up. It’s amazing the effect that triangles can have, hey? Today is the first Friday of my last year at University. I’ve been getting back into the swing of things this week, buying Graphic Design student essentials – printer ink, pens, glue etc and I’ve also been shopping for a notebook. My search for a perfect...

Happy Triangle Friday – it’s lucky number 13! I’m always on the look out for the most interesting triangular things to share with you guys and I’m building up quite a big list now. I’ve had this particular work planned for a couple of weeks, which now seems to have been ‘meant to be’ – it will all make sense in a minute… So, feast your eyes on these amazing beasts: Fierce, sharp and beautiful...

Happy Triangle Friday! Sorry, I know it’s a bit late in the day – only 30mins left of Tri Fri infact, but the wait has been worth it, I promise. This week I’m sharing the work of a lady who could possibly love triangles more than I do! Studio Moross is triangle central, which makes studio director Kate Moross the triangle queen! Kate’s work is simple, bold and energetic. She uses shapes and colour to...

It’s Friday again, and you know what that means – Triangle Friday and a good dose of lovely triangle design! This week I am in love with the editorial work of Erin Jang. She’s a freelance designer & illustrator from New York and has worked with clients including GQ and Urban Outfitters. Erin produced some creative spreads as senior art director at Martha Stewart Living magazine but it’s her Esquire magazine contents pages which really caught my...

Happy Triangle Friday! As a girl, no trip to London is complete without a spot of shopping. Back in July when I was in London for the Studio Culture talk series, Emma & I went to Westfields shopping centre at White City. We didn’t end up doing that much shopping (poor, poor students) but I did enjoy this: Ooooh! Triangles! The curvy triangular roof is pretty spectacular if you ask me – better than a...

It’s Triangle Friday everyone! Two weeks ago I entered a competition to win a print from Enclosed Spaces‘ Geometric Landscape collection. Emma Williams was inspired to create this triangle-rific collection after her ‘desire for snowy climes culminated in an exhausting but exhilarating Alpine mountaineering trip last summer.’ Great colour choices and striking designs – I love them all! I’ve not heard anything so I guess I’ve not been lucky this time 🙁 Have you seen some...

Happy Triangle Friday! Last Friday when Tri Fri post #5 went live at 9pm, what were you doing? Well, like the 26.9million others, I was tuned into the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympics. Don’t know if you had heard (haha), but it’s being held in London? I’ve been past the Olympic park a couple of times when I visited Westfields shopping centre at Stratford but I had failed to notice something. Triangles feature in the...

Happy Tri Fri everyone! This week we’re going from tattoos to Heather Q: Heather Q is a 20 year old Filipino who now lives in Canada. I found her work through her tumblr  which is full of interesting imagery. Heather’s work is very geometric and mainly formed from triangles – it’s amazing the different compositions you can produce from just one shape! She uses lots of colour to create bright, fun posters which are available to...

It’s amazing how fast this past week has gone…Happy Tri Fri! It’s been a month now, but if you’re still not sure what Tri Fri is then have a look here. This post is in relation to a mini discussion that I saw/joined in with on twitter. I’m sure they won’t mind me talking about it here… anything said on twitter is basically public and up for discussion, right? A screenshot of work featuring triangles was...

Happy Tri Fri! What is Tri Fri? Find out more here. This week my favourite triangular design comes from Playground: Playground are a multidisciplinary studio from Paris (Bonjour!) and worked on the art direction for some issues of Chocolate Magazine. The spreads in this post are from #22 and I love all of it… … bold, simple and something a bit different! Technically, not triangles but it technically is… … it’s awesome anyway! I wish I could...

Welcome to my new feature – Triangle Fridays! Every Friday I’m going to post about something triangular – what a great way to start the weekend! As it’s the first post there’s a lot of pressure, but here goes… Seeing as I was at D&AD New Blood this week, I thought it was only right that I feature some student work (yet to do my full post on New Blood) and this was my favourite:...

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