Telefon is based on lettering from original Norwegian phone booths. You can see in the first photo the original design by architect Georg Fredrik Fasting on the top, and the typeface by Sindre Bremnes for Monokrom just underneath.
There is not a single detail missed at The Dean Hotel in Providence, RI. Every bit of the hotel is consistently decorated and features the hotels logo or else a witty one liner or vintage style portrait.
From their website:
“If you’re like me and enjoy a solid art history debate, a perfectly fluffed white duvet, a scotch – neat, (and after a few too many) a wee bit of karaoke, then The Dean is a place for you. Built around the history and culture of Providence, The Dean is a hotel that values collaboration with our neighbors. Filled with custom furniture, craftwork from local purveyors and found objects from Europe and beyond, The Dean revels in the details. This historical building has been elegantly transformed into a 52-room hotel in the heart of the Providence’s Downcity historic district. Come visit The Dean, we can’t wait to see you.”
Artist Mary Gutfleisch, known as ‘Mary Doodles’ takes marker scribbling in this series on her YouTube channel and turns them into unique works of art. Mary also works as the art director for Epic Rap Battles of History.
Chipotle is releasing a ‘Cultivating Thoughts’ authors series that features essays, thoughts and illustrations on their bags, cups and napkins. You can learn more about the story via the video interview above.