Just got back from three weeks in Central America, and while I’ve got tons of photos, travel tales, and itineraries slotted for the next week or so, I couldn’t resist sharing these bright, modern take on the standard luggage tag by Naxart (featured today on Touch of Modern). I love the luggage tag as medium, and…Read More
Ever wish you could find a travel guide that had as much personality as the place you were visiting? Sure, Frommers and Lonely Planet have plenty of solid information, but they’re not very pretty too look at. I recently stumbled across the London-based Herb Lester, which produces some of the most gorgeously illustrated, cheerily written…Read More
It’s fascinating how far a 3×5 paper booklet can take you. Design Taxi shared a beautiful infograph detailing the most powerful passports out there. The leaders won’t surprise you, but I found the travel freedom numbers to be pretty interesting. Check it out! ^
Last week I talked about traveling in style, but how do you travel with tech? Design Milk has a great write-up today of how Google Glass is aiming to transform the way we travel. Some of the featured points are about partnerships between travel agencies, airlines, or hotels, but the ones towards the end interest me…Read More
What a cool idea—someone finally took a look at the garbly, snarly, boring boarding pass and reimagined what it could look like, drawing design cues from mobile passes. The result is sleek, modern, and clean. “It’s been great to start conversations about what other people would like to see included and how this solution and other parts of airline travel can be improved,” writes designer Peter Smart. Check it out!
Savannah College of Art and Design Generate Challenge I barely knew what I was signing up for when my department—the Graduate Studies in Advertising Design at Savannah College of Art and Design—announced a 24-hour design marathon challenge. I think maybe the prize money (a whopping $2500) blinded me to the key part there: 24 hours.…Read More
If it’s not quite apparent, I love traveling. I also beer, which is why this chart from Taxi delights me so much. Taxi cites The Logo Company, as the creator of the map, where each country is represented by a local beer logo. While I understand why Budweiser has to represent America…I wish it didn’t. If it were up…Read More