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AisleOne Digest - Issue No. 4

AisleOne Digest
Issue No. 4

Mash Creative Qatalog Posters
Really into this set of minimal geometric posters designed by Mash Creative for Qatalog. You can check our more designs on their Instagram.
LogoArchive Zines
LogoArchive is a site and a series of printed zines documenting modernist mid-century logos. Each issue explores a different topic ranging from Japanese logos to Canada’s modernist symbols.
Per Carlsen Architectural Designer
I’ve been obsessed with Per Carlsen’s minimal architectural renderings. The colors, shapes and textures are just wonderful. Kinda reminds me of the aesthetics from Villeneuve’s Dune.
Frederico Valsassina Arquitectos Herdade Of Freixo Winery
Stunning architecture by Frederico Valsassina Arquitectos for the Herdade Of Freixo Winery in Portugal.
North Beddingen Kulturhus
Love the colors and the playfulness of this Beddingen Kulturhus identity by Norway-based studio by North.
Teenage Engineering Computer–1
The Teenage Engineering Computer–1 is a build-it-yourself computer case made of lightweight aluminum and features a minimal industrial design. I’ve always been a big fan of Teenage Engineering as they make great products that look beautiful, and their branding is on point.
Hannah Mezzadri Photography
Hannah Mezzadri is an incredible wedding and lifestyle photographer. I find a lot of wedding photography to be dull and repetitive, but Hannah has a great skill for capturing candid moments that makes each image mesmerizing. She also shoots most of her work with Kodak Portra 35mm film and a Contax 645 camera that gives her photos a dreamy look that I’m obsessed with.
Breuer’s Bohemia Documentary
Breuer’s Bohemia is a film by James Crump about the work of Jewish-born Hungarian architect Marcel Breuer. He is best known for his design of the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, but the film looks at Breuer’s modernist house designs in the 50s and 60s in Connecticut. You can watch the film on Vimeo.
Sharon Van Etten Tramp
I fucking love this album. Tramp by Brooklyn-based artist Sharon Van Etten is dark, raw, melodic, emotional, and powerful. Just click play.
I want my scars to help and heal
Favorite track: Warsaw
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