Issue 88

Issue 88

I paint flowers so they will not die.

— Frida Kahlo


Hey there. I'm excited to share that I'm restarting Superlunar. What is it? It's my design studio, where I play and produce ideas bouncing around in my head that develop into physical and digital products. A creative outlet in areas I am passionate about: design, fashion, photography, and music. I've closed the AisleOne shop to keep things focused, and Superlunar will replace it moving forward.

The first new Superlunar product to drop is the Ego tee. The shirt features screen-printed front and back graphics on a heavyweight 100% combed cotton garment. It's dropping at the end of the month, but you can pre-order it now. Don't forget to use code AISLEONEDIGEST to get 10% off. If you're a paid member, head to the Discounts page for your 15% off code.

More products will be dropping soon, so stay tuned. I hope all is well and you're enjoying this newsletter. I really appreciate the support. Ciao!




Jörg Hamburger

Featured here is the work of Swiss graphic designer Jörg Hamburger. He trained under Armin Hofmann, Emil Ruder, and Donald Brun in the mid-50s. He went on to work in the J.R. Geigy AG design studio, then at Josef Müller-Brockmann's studio in Zurich.

Hamburger also taught at the Zurich School of Arts and Crafts and founded the design studio Gruppe 3 in 1961.