Adrianne Read Design

Adrianne Read Design

Art Director & Designer: holistic thinker that aspires daily to be generative, optimistic, and empathetic. I seek to improve, think smarter, and affect change.
my-little-time-machine:

london rain [original]
a group of women stand underneath umbrellas in the london rain, 1928. © general photographic agency/ getty images


Beautiful
my-little-time-machine:

london rain [original]
a group of women stand underneath umbrellas in the london rain, 1928. © general photographic agency/ getty images


Beautiful

my-little-time-machine:

london rain [original]

a group of women stand underneath umbrellas in the london rain, 1928. © general photographic agency/ getty images

Beautiful

latimespast:

This weekend marks the 200th anniversary of “The Star-Spangled Banner” — the poem written in 1814 that in 1931 became the United States’ official national anthem. 
On March 3, 1931, Congress sent its bill to make the song the official anthem to President Hoover. See The Times’ coverage of that here: National Hymn Bill Approved. Alas, The Times was not around to cover the War of 1812.
Above, that banner yet waves over Griffith Park in 1934.
And for more history about “The Star-Spangled Banner,” read staff writer Michael Muskal: 'Star-Spangled Banner': Anthem was once a song of drinking and sex
— Matt Ballinger
Photo: Dr. Frederick C. Leonard speaks at the dedication ceremony for the Astronomers Monument at Griffith Park, Los Angeles, 1934. Credit: Los Angeles Times / UCLA Library
latimespast:

This weekend marks the 200th anniversary of “The Star-Spangled Banner” — the poem written in 1814 that in 1931 became the United States’ official national anthem. 
On March 3, 1931, Congress sent its bill to make the song the official anthem to President Hoover. See The Times’ coverage of that here: National Hymn Bill Approved. Alas, The Times was not around to cover the War of 1812.
Above, that banner yet waves over Griffith Park in 1934.
And for more history about “The Star-Spangled Banner,” read staff writer Michael Muskal: 'Star-Spangled Banner': Anthem was once a song of drinking and sex
— Matt Ballinger
Photo: Dr. Frederick C. Leonard speaks at the dedication ceremony for the Astronomers Monument at Griffith Park, Los Angeles, 1934. Credit: Los Angeles Times / UCLA Library

latimespast:

This weekend marks the 200th anniversary of “The Star-Spangled Banner” — the poem written in 1814 that in 1931 became the United States’ official national anthem. 

On March 3, 1931, Congress sent its bill to make the song the official anthem to President Hoover. See The Times’ coverage of that here: National Hymn Bill Approved. Alas, The Times was not around to cover the War of 1812.

Above, that banner yet waves over Griffith Park in 1934.

And for more history about “The Star-Spangled Banner,” read staff writer Michael Muskal: 'Star-Spangled Banner': Anthem was once a song of drinking and sex

Matt Ballinger

Photo: Dr. Frederick C. Leonard speaks at the dedication ceremony for the Astronomers Monument at Griffith Park, Los Angeles, 1934. Credit: Los Angeles Times / UCLA Library

newshour:

China consumes half of the world’s pork. And the country’s growing middle class — bigger than the population of the United States — wants more meat. The Center for Investigative Reporting looks at how China plans to meet that demand.

Ewe

tim-tim-things:

Automated process in creating packaging design. Graphics are created in Processing, so there are infinite possibilities: each compilation of the code gives similar but ultimately different results. The graphics are an interpretation of the strength of the coffee.
tim-tim-things:

Automated process in creating packaging design. Graphics are created in Processing, so there are infinite possibilities: each compilation of the code gives similar but ultimately different results. The graphics are an interpretation of the strength of the coffee.

tim-tim-things:

Automated process in creating packaging design. Graphics are created in Processing, so there are infinite possibilities: each compilation of the code gives similar but ultimately different results. The graphics are an interpretation of the strength of the coffee.

mentaltimetraveller:

Mark Hagen


Great piece
mentaltimetraveller:

Mark Hagen


Great piece

mentaltimetraveller:

Mark Hagen

Great piece

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nevver:

Still falls the rain
nevver:

Still falls the rain
shihlun:

Idea Extra Issue Graphic Design In West Germany (1976)

Great image
shihlun:

Idea Extra Issue Graphic Design In West Germany (1976)

Great image
shihlun:

Idea Extra Issue Graphic Design In West Germany (1976)

Great image

shihlun:

Idea Extra Issue Graphic Design In West Germany (1976)

Great image

nevver:

Let’s

The story of my life- ha
nevver:

Let’s

The story of my life- ha

nevver:

Let’s

The story of my life- ha

These smoke Dorothy’s red shoes:)
These smoke Dorothy’s red shoes:)
These smoke Dorothy’s red shoes:)

These smoke Dorothy’s red shoes:)