I was first introduced to Tal Leming through his early endeavors at House Industries and solo offerings through the type collective/distributor Village. As a fan of his work, I’m excited to announce the opening of his new type foundry, Type Supply. To coincide with the launch of the foundry, he has released Balto, Leming’s personal interpretation of the classic American Gothic style. Take Balto for a test drive here.
- 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
Brian Edward Miller is a talented illustrator with a knack for creating lush landscapes inspired by his eighties-driven childhood and a family legacy of artists and craftsman. With stints at gaming and design studios, he recently ventured out on his own with the launch of Orlin Culture Shop, a studio based in Erie, Colorado.
I recently discovered Toronto-based designer and art-director Roger Dario. In a relatively short amount of time, he’s built an impressive body of work and a client list to match. Featuring a wide range of thoughtfully executed projects, his portfolio proves he is a flexible designer and is well worth a look.
Our friends over at House Industries have teamed up with Chronicle Books for a special stationery collection. Featuring notebooks, labels and postcards, each set is decked out in metallic ink, thick type and the usual embellishments that you’ve come to expect from the House crew.
Gerald Cinamon is an American designer who, at an early age, moved to the UK where he would eventually become the chief designer for all paperback typography at Penguin. Heavily influenced by Swiss design, he created book jackets and posters that were bold and iconic – something unique and forward-thinking for book publishing in the 1960s. To honor his contributions to British design, an exhibition has been organized at the Institute of Contemporary Art. In addition SEA design has produced a stunning book as well as several prints.
Rick Berkelmans is the man behind Hedof, a oneman design studio based in Breda, Netherlands. Drawing from a wide range of influences and a love for traditional printing techniques, he creates work that is a vibrant mix of images, typography and color. Many of his pieces are humorous in nature and feature a playful cast of characters that morph in and out of each other. Immerse yourself in his world at the recently revamped Hedof.com.