Josh McKenna is an East London based illustrator and designer inspired by everything tropical. His bold geometric shapes, bright colors, and voluptuous vacationing characters give his portfolio a whimsical and sultry personality. Only two years out of school, Josh’s success is impressive, having already worked with GQ, The Wall Street Journal, and Wired amongst other prominent publications.
- 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
Mainstudio is a Dutch design studio founded by Edwin van Gelder. The studio creates identity systems, books, and interactive digital media. They begin each project with an editorial typographic approach that eventually progresses to fuse content and graphic forms. By applying innovative printing techniques to their designs, the studio has won numerous international awards, including ‘Best Book Design from all over the world’ in 2013 from Frankfurt’s Stiftung Buchkunst and the Leipzig Book Fair.
Tyler Deeb is a self-taught designer, based in Louisville, Kentucky, who specializes in print, identity, and product design. His beautiful typography and detailed illustrations have graced the pages of publications such as Entertainment Weekly and Fast Company. Deeb’s successful 2012 Kickstarter campaign to produce a set of playing cards, a side project he designed in between freelance jobs, evolved into Misc. Goods Co., an online shop where he sells his card decks, screen printed posters, and a collection of accessories.
Highly influenced by horror movies and Italian Art Deco, Daniel Zender’s colorful yet eerie illustrations have added some edge to numerous publications including The New York Times and Variety. He has illustrated hard-hitting issues such as war, security, race relations, and water waste, and has published is own comics and zines like Giving In and Nope.
Alec Doherty is an illustrator based in London. In addition to his whimsical labels for Partizan Brewing, Doherty’s colorful and imaginative work can be seen on magazine covers, restaurant walls, and newspaper spreads. Recently, he has been crafting hand painted woodcuts that are just as intricate as his illustrations.
Sigurður Oddsson, also known as Siggi Odds, is a designer and illustrator currently living in Reykjavík. Having grown up in Vancouver, Odds is highly influenced by Northwest Coast aboriginal art and its use of limited forms and colors. He is currently an art director at Jonsson & Le’Macks and has pursued numerous side projects such an interactive music composition entitled The Infinite String Quartet, collaborating on a line of quilts, designing album covers, and creating a series of posters using the phone app Doodle Buddy.
Supero is a Swiss design studio that strives to make contemporary, yet timeless, work that slightly bends the rules of Swiss Style. The studio often collaborates with the Contemporary Art Museum of La Chaux-de-Fonds and Neuchatel’s Musée d’Art et d’histoire, designing lively and elegant posters for the museums’ exhibitions and events.
New Metaphor Books is a new online bookstore that specializes in rare and unique books that focus on graphic design, film, architecture, fashion, and photography. The shop’s collection features diverse views on each art form and is a true treasure trove of amazing out of print books.
Dan Christofferson, AKA BeeTeeth, is a designer, illustrator, and painter based in Salt Lake City. His portfolio is largely inspired by Utah’s history, cryptic Mormon symbolism, and the early days of the West. Christofferson’s affinity for maximalism is evident within his detailed gauche and acrylic paintings and the elaborate handmade frames he houses them in.
Garbett Design is an award winning Australian design studio founded by Paul Garbett and Danielle de Andrade. Having grown up in South Africa, both designers are influenced by the bright colors and geometric shapes found in the art of their homeland. To stay playful and enrich their creativity, they try to incorporate found items and different medias, such as string and folded paper, into their creative process and final designs.