- 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
Feast your eyes on the work of Anne Jordan, a book designer and recent winner of Print magazine’s New Visual Artists :15 under 30. Along with her husband – designer Mitch Goldstein – she maintains a small design studio in Rochester, New York. Through process-driven experiments with unconventional materials and techniques, she crafts work that embraces the elements of chance and limitation.
I’m excited to announce the upcoming release of Been Busy: The Art & Design of Mike Davis. As a founding member of Burlesque of North America, Mike has created concert posters, logos, t-shirts, stage graphics, album artwork and more for a wide range of clients including Nike, Rhymesayers and Kidrobot. This book provides a rare glimpse into his process and will feature never-before seen concept sketches and doodles along with a variety of projects that span his career as a designer. Been Busy is still in fundraising mode, but should be released in October. To support production costs and secure a copy please visit his kickstarter campaign.
I’m excited to discover the work of nju:comunicazione, a multidisclipnary studio from the South of Italy. With a diverse portfolio that spans branding, illustration and packaging, they easily transition between work that is sparse and restrained to projects that are highly expressive. See more here.
Lovely work from Marijke Buurlage, an artist living and working in the Netherlands. With a love for animals and plants she crafts vibrant landscapes and precious moments that appear to be frozen in time. Many of her illustrations can be found gracing the covers of books and magazines along with posters and prints. Explore her world further at marijkebuurlage.com
Amazing work from Cruschiform, a creative studio based in Paris with a focus on design and illustration. Founded by Marie-laure Cruschi in 2007, the studio has made a name for itself through it’s thoughtful explorations in color and shape. Building from simple modular forms, Cruschiform creates intricate and visually striking landscapes that demand a closer look. Images from her recent collaboration with Taschen and Philip Jodidio can be found on her website and are well worth a visit.
Yours Truly has put together an amazing video and feature on Chaz Bundick a.k.a Toro y Moi. Chaz is well-known for his musical talents, but most people would be surprised to hear that he is an accomplished illustrator and designer as well. In the video, viewers are treated to a rare glimpse of his creative process including sketches for an exclusive t-shirt made for the feature. In addition, Yours Truly has teamed up with WeTransfer for a special download that includes photos, posters and sketches by Chaz.
Tsto is a graphic design studio with offices in Helsinki and New York . In this identity work for TaideHalli, an art exhibition venue in Helsikni, Tsto pays homage to the the institution’s rich history and the building’s architectural elements. The logo was inspired by the main facade of the building and alternative versions were created to reflect Taidehalli’s ever-changing approach to contemporary art.