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A short video of Massimo Vignelli speaking about his design philosophy. by John Madere

Fort Worth Art Museum Graphic Program (1976)

Black and white poster with a photomontage of Fred Astaire dancing in four different poses. Upper margin, under black border: THE FORT WORTH ART MUSEUM / That’s Entertainment: The American Musical Film.

Vignelli from A to Z | 2007 | Massimo Vignelli

Fun and inspirational read. Vignelli from A to Z.

Massimo Vignelli discusses his approach to book design in a video produced for Mohawk's "What Will You Make Today?" campaign. Video design by Michael…

"The grid is the underwear of the book" by Massimo Vignelli. This video discusses his approach to book design in a video produced for Mohawk's "What Will You Make Today? Video design by Michael Bierut/Pentagram.

Vintage Massimo Vignelli for Sasaki Colorstone Teapot

Vintage Massimo Vignelli for Sasaki Colorstone Teapot

Italian-born Massimo Vignelli, along with his wife Lella, whom he practiced with for more than half a century, are among the world's most influential designers.  The Vignellis’ practice has spanned multiple disciplines and includes interior design, environmental design, package design, graphic design, furniture design, and product design. Their clients have included high-profile companies such as IBM, Knoll, Bloomingdale's and American Airlines.   Arguably one of his most ...

In Studio With: Massimo Vignelli. Italian-born Massimo Vignelli, along with his wife Lella, whom he practiced with for more than half a cent.

Designers, on the whole, are a humble lot; they have high standards and a  great sense of professional pride, but they know the ethical and  economic implications of bragging, and they avoid it. Ego is traditionally the prerogative of, say, artists.

Recognizing the Designer’s Ego

My design hero, Massimo Vignelli. "There is no design without discipline. No discipline without intelligence." Photo by Gary Hustwit

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would define intellectual elegance as a mind that is continually refining itself with and " " is the opposite of intellectual vulgarity.” Iconic Massimo on Intellectual Elegance, Education, and Love Pickings

In memory of Massimo Vignelli, we republish a 2001 text by Michael Bierut with the images, published on of Vignelli Associates office at 475 Tenth Avenue.

Massimo Vignelli: A Master in the Grammar of Design - NYTimes.com | Massimo Vignelli, the acclaimed graphic designer who died Tuesday, reads from letters sent by those inspired by his work. His son put out a call for the letters when his father’s health deteriorated. | #vignelli #graphic #design

Massimo Vignelli: A Master in the Grammar of Design

Twenty-three years ago, when the couple were publishing an avant-garde design periodical of that name, for which they coaxed the new compute.

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