MRPLL
CAHIER D'INSPIRATION Pako Pimpall > Concepteur Graphique / Directeur Artistique / Conseil en image > Marseille - Fr. / artworks > www.mrpimpall.eu / contact > contact@mrpimpall.eu / membre de www.tcheaz.com
MRPLL
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virginislandx:

Oldboy, 2003
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thicccc:

new aesthetic: a fucking toilet mojito
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nevver:

Feelings
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patternbase:

Christopher Benedict
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cleanandsupreme:

Don’t just reblog, Follow for more Clean posts!
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subjectivecase:

Seftel
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nevver:

What we’re reading
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jesuisperdu:

dewar & gicquel
La Figure, 2014
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no-aesthetic:

Toshio Saeki
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flatstudio:

Play OpticsThe branding concept for Play Optics is based on Josef Albers’ simultaneous contrast studies making one color appear to be two. This was a two week- long project from conceptualization to completion under the direction of Dan Blackman. Collateral materials include eye chart, business cards, stationary, postcard, lookbook, and signage. The nose bridge of the glasses became a unifying element in both the logo and as a pattern on the eyeglass case, lens cloth, and website. 
By Lily Clark
flatstudio:

Play OpticsThe branding concept for Play Optics is based on Josef Albers’ simultaneous contrast studies making one color appear to be two. This was a two week- long project from conceptualization to completion under the direction of Dan Blackman. Collateral materials include eye chart, business cards, stationary, postcard, lookbook, and signage. The nose bridge of the glasses became a unifying element in both the logo and as a pattern on the eyeglass case, lens cloth, and website. 
By Lily Clark
flatstudio:

Play OpticsThe branding concept for Play Optics is based on Josef Albers’ simultaneous contrast studies making one color appear to be two. This was a two week- long project from conceptualization to completion under the direction of Dan Blackman. Collateral materials include eye chart, business cards, stationary, postcard, lookbook, and signage. The nose bridge of the glasses became a unifying element in both the logo and as a pattern on the eyeglass case, lens cloth, and website. 
By Lily Clark
flatstudio:

Play OpticsThe branding concept for Play Optics is based on Josef Albers’ simultaneous contrast studies making one color appear to be two. This was a two week- long project from conceptualization to completion under the direction of Dan Blackman. Collateral materials include eye chart, business cards, stationary, postcard, lookbook, and signage. The nose bridge of the glasses became a unifying element in both the logo and as a pattern on the eyeglass case, lens cloth, and website. 
By Lily Clark
flatstudio:

Play OpticsThe branding concept for Play Optics is based on Josef Albers’ simultaneous contrast studies making one color appear to be two. This was a two week- long project from conceptualization to completion under the direction of Dan Blackman. Collateral materials include eye chart, business cards, stationary, postcard, lookbook, and signage. The nose bridge of the glasses became a unifying element in both the logo and as a pattern on the eyeglass case, lens cloth, and website. 
By Lily Clark
flatstudio:

Play OpticsThe branding concept for Play Optics is based on Josef Albers’ simultaneous contrast studies making one color appear to be two. This was a two week- long project from conceptualization to completion under the direction of Dan Blackman. Collateral materials include eye chart, business cards, stationary, postcard, lookbook, and signage. The nose bridge of the glasses became a unifying element in both the logo and as a pattern on the eyeglass case, lens cloth, and website. 
By Lily Clark
flatstudio:

Play OpticsThe branding concept for Play Optics is based on Josef Albers’ simultaneous contrast studies making one color appear to be two. This was a two week- long project from conceptualization to completion under the direction of Dan Blackman. Collateral materials include eye chart, business cards, stationary, postcard, lookbook, and signage. The nose bridge of the glasses became a unifying element in both the logo and as a pattern on the eyeglass case, lens cloth, and website. 
By Lily Clark
flatstudio:

Play OpticsThe branding concept for Play Optics is based on Josef Albers’ simultaneous contrast studies making one color appear to be two. This was a two week- long project from conceptualization to completion under the direction of Dan Blackman. Collateral materials include eye chart, business cards, stationary, postcard, lookbook, and signage. The nose bridge of the glasses became a unifying element in both the logo and as a pattern on the eyeglass case, lens cloth, and website. 
By Lily Clark