This looks like a museum floor tile where they put the directions to a certain exhibit which I think is really cool. It stands out against the normal brick, and is eye-catching whilst also being small and not really a big deal.

"Actual" street art :)

MY COMMENT: This would work nice in a carpet design. "Every summer the small Swiss town of Vercorin offers up its public spaces and buildings to artists to create contemporary works of art. This is Lang/Baumann‘s 'Street Painting

Actualité / Signalétique industrielle / étapes: design & culture visuelle

Wayfinding Westerdals Signage and environmental design Designed and executed by: Marius Holtmon, Mette Landsem and Madeleine Skjelland Eriksen

Street-based signage at Berges de Seine. Visit the boards

Street-based signage at Berges de Seine. Would also be cool to have those benches, but made out of wood from buildings they are steady tearing down around here.

Aakash Nihalani

Facebook Commissions Tape Art Installation by Aakash Nihalani

Red could do this with red tape over to the silent auction. Or this could be the corridor idea


Signage Design, Wayfinding Signage, Environmental Design, Environmental Graphics, Exhibit Design, Graphic Design Typography, Office Designs, Marker, Store Design

More ideas