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Oct. 16, 2014 9:26 am

Temple students’ blog celebrates best of monochromatic design

The blog, Topswatch, won top honors at the annual juried art show from Temple's Tyler School of Art.

Wo Hing restaurant identity, designed by Manual.

(Photo via topswatchdesign.com)

Olive oil flecked with gold. Breaking Bad screenprints all in turquoise. A neon red subway map.

Those are some of the projects featured on Topswatch, a blog run by four recent Temple grads that celebrates the best monochromatic designs around.

Check out Topswatch

Last weekend, Topswatch won the top award at Interact 12, the annual juried art show featuring work from students and alumni of the design department at Temple’s Tyler School of Art.

You can see all the winning projects here.

Organizations: Temple University
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