- Olle Eksell Site & Shop
- This Is Forest — Joel Speasmaker
- MVM — Magnus Voll Mathiasson
- Art School Cliche Spotting
- Posters Discovered in Notting Hill Gate Tube Station
- Vinyl Documentary: To Have & To Hold
- Partisan Memorials in Former Yugoslavia
- Up in the Air- Opening sequence
- Geoff Mcfetridge: Where the Wild Things Are Title Design
- Nikkatsu – Japanese actions films
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Holiday sticker set by Eight Hour Day
Looking to add some snazz to your holiday packages? Check out this brief, but beautiful selection of stickers, cards and hang tags. Included are items from Eight Hour Day, Juli Shore Design, Everlovin’ Press and Tom Froese.
Here it is, our annual book gift guide! Below you will find over 30 titles from our favorite publishers. Included are our top picks for illustration, graphic design and typography. Enjoy!
Powerless by Andy Westface
The holidays are approaching and with it the hustle and bustle of the shopping season. To help you the navigate the plethora of products that were produced over the past year we’ve prepared a series of gift guides aimed at designers and creative types. In this first guide we’ve teamed up with Redbubble, a creative community and marketplace, to create a curated list of prints and posters. Many of the illustrations featured in the list are available as t-shirts and tote bags as well. Happy shopping!
We are in the process of putting together our annual gift guide and are currently seeking submissions and potential sponsors. If you have a product that is a good match for our audience, contact us with the details.
Morphoria is a collaboration of seven designers working within a variety of creative fields including photography, illustration, editorial design and interactive media. Their portfolio is filled with impressive work, but i’m especially fond of their identity and exhibition design for DIE GROSSE Kunstausstellung NRW.
Sponsor // 12 Hours of Fame – the iZettle stunt that made small businesses shine in the heart of London
During six days in October, iZettle helped six of Britain’s smallest businesses open their own flagship store on Britain’s greatest shopping street – for 12 hours each. This is what happened.
We’ve received some wonderful titles this week and i’m excited to share them. Included are entries from Pointed Leaf Press, Moleskine, Kat Ran Press, Buro Destruct, Princeton Architectural Press and Chronicle Books. See all the books and images after the jump.
I’m really enjoying the work of Martin Azambuja, a designer and illustrator working in Montevideo, Uruguay. Through fluid lines and rich textures he crafts vibrant landscapes pulsating with life and energy. You can see more of his work on Behance as well as at Mundial, a small studio he recently formed with friend and fellow designer Francisco Cunha.
Anagrama bill themselves as creative juggernauts and looking at their portfolio it’s easy to see why. Their work is well-thought out, restrained when it needs to be and always relevant. Feast your eyes here.
This large collection of custom typefaces from Cruzine includes 9 custom Font Families. Ranging in style from retro to vintage to grunge, many of these families feature multiple font styles. Ranging in style from retro to vintage to grunge, many of these families feature multiple font styles.
After years of grinding away at various design agencies, Austin-based Jose Canales has left to launch his own studio. His portfolio, which can be seen here, showcases his ability to skillfully navigate between type, packaging, illustration and design all with ease.
Anna Chevance and Mathias Reynoird are the minds behind Atelier Tout va bien, a design studio based in France. Working with the common desire to explore shape and form they craft deeply expressive work through the calculated use of line, texture and color.
Riding on the heels of the much loved 34UM95 QHD monitor, LG has just released the 34UC97, the world’s first 21:9 UltraWide curved display. Similar to the UM95 the 34UC97 features ample screen real estate and IPS technology which allows for sharp imagery at any viewing angle. This will prove to be useful to multi-taskers looking to break free from the distractions of a two monitor set-up in favor of a more unified viewing experience. Designers will be especially interested in its rendering capabilities. With coverage of over 99% of the sRGB spectrum, the 34UC97 serves up a highly accurate color profile consistent with the actual printed output. In addition, it offers multiple Thunderbolt2 ports, so you can easily daisy-chain all your Mac-compatible devices. Check out the video below to learn more about this amazing monitor.