December 2, 2010

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Rafael Esquer

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Best Vision of Visual Art

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We just received the latest issue of DPI’s Best Vision of Visual Art. The Volume 10 features 38 international designers and design studios from Asia, Europe and America. Published in both, Chinese and English, we are happy to have 3 full spreads showing some of our latest work. Spread showing …

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We just received the latest issue of DPI’s Best Vision of Visual Art. The Volume 10 features 38 international designers and design studios from Asia, Europe and America. Published in both, Chinese and English, we are happy to have 3 full spreads showing some of our latest work.

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Spread showing Alfalfa Studio’s posters

The book is mostly an interesting collection of visuals, project backgrounds, and designers bios. In addition to the impeccable reproductions of the work, the editors asked us a simple question:
“Best Vision of Design” is…

…when design communicates the content not the designer by Stephan Bundi

…when Courage meets Chaos by German Katia Fouquet

The best vision of design is the ability to see the restrictions as possibilities by Cupofill

To try to touch someone’s heart with design by Stefan Sagmeister

Above are few answers that grabbed my attention. As a designer, how would you respond to this question? What is your own Best Vision of Design?

If you’d like to have your own copy of this eye-catching, Op Art cover edition click in this link.

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Spread showing Alfalfa Studio’s murals
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Spread showing the studio’s own brand Alfalfa New York

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