Déli Railway Terminal, the Újpalotai Apartment Tower, the Endre Ady Cultural Center in Újpest, the OKISZ Headquarters, the Planetarium—five buildings in Budapest we have also explored
Sadly, only a very few of the beloved illuminating signs once shaping the cityscape remained in operable condition today. However, thanks to Luca Patkós’s project CSŐ!, the
Amazing art posters welcome those wandering around the streets of Budapest. The outdoor exhibition ‘Plakátváros’ (City of Posters) puts the poster as a technique, form of
Comecon cars keep brightening up the roads in and outside Hungary to this day – some brand-loyal owners are proudly preserving and looking after these veteran
What makes a good poster? Above all, if it calls attention. But what makes a poster catch our eyes, speak to us and demand our attention?
If you’d like to start the year 2021 with a clean slate, full of optimism, this one is for you. The Hungarian DOT for You brand
Our northern neighbors have announced Národná cena za dizajn, that is the Slovak Design Award competition for the 17th time this year. The members of the
In our most recent campaign, we show you how metro line M3 or the control center of the Paks power plant looks like in the form
Clean yet detailed design and carefully selected, matching tones: elegant lines are mixed with figurative forms in the portfolio of Budapest-based Studio Ant Works, thus resulting in
Gábor Palotai is an acclaimed figure of the international design and art scene. The graphic designer and visual artist representing a unique style winning a new
The kitten and rocket monkey bars known from the playgrounds of the old times, the colorful tiles of the M3 metro stations and a Budapest roadmap
We came across Radoslav Panev’s characteristic prints infused with dark humor a few weeks ago. The Bulgarian graphic designer updates his Instagram feed with new prints every day
Ambulance workers, delivery drivers, bus drivers, store workers – these only some of the people that have undoubtedly become heroes of everyday life in the past
Two Hague-based design studios launched one of the most inspiring Covid-19 community projects: they created a platform where graphic designers can upload the posters they designed
Aesthetics resembling old VHS cassette cases, 90s fashion and music and Bauhaus style all in one poster.Czech designer Vratislav Pecka creates new pieces every day. Let’s see the details.