Keith Shore’s imaginative designs for Mikkeller help the Danish brewery stand out within today’s competitive world of craft beer. With limited color palates and a distinguishable cast of characters, each label tells a whimsical story inspired by the beers’ unique ingredients. Shore’s gouache-like qualities, bold patterns, and distinct figures make Mikkeller’s products instantly recognizable in bottle shops across the globe.
- 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
Kristina Krogh is a Danish designer and artist based in Copenhagen. With a fascination toward organic textures, she creates chic geometric collages that explore the graphic rhythms found in nature. This can be seen in the way she layers wood, cork, stone, hair, and other materials into images that are dynamic and brilliantly balanced. Many of these attributes will be displayed in a new line of home accessories she will be launching this summer.
Pouya Ahmadi is the principal and founder of Programme, as well as an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Illinois School of Design in Chicago. In addition to his personal practice and academic contributions, he has collaborated with the Experimental Film Society (EFS) through a series of posters that draw attention to the group’s members. Of particular interest is his work for Rouzbeh Rashidi’s, Closure of Catharsis. Through the placement of type and precise geometric incisions, he evokes the mood and pulsating rhythms of the film.
“The Myths of Design” is a collection of advice, stories, anecdotes and interviews featuring some of the world’s best designers. The book is still in progress , but will feature Erik Marinovich, Aaron Draplin, Jolby & Friends, Kate Bingaman-Burt, Don Clark and others. To support production costs and secure a copy please visit the Kickstarter campaign.
A veteran of brand, print, and packaging design, Michael Braley has amassed an impressive portfolio of clients, projects and awards. His work has been recognized internationally and is in the permanent collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and The Denver Art Museum.
Stefan Glerum recently updated his portfolio with a stunning project for an Amsterdam-based housing complex. Working along side a fabricator (Atelier Schmit), Stefan crafted a series of multi-paned stained glass murals that ascend to a height of 60 feet. Both murals pay homage to the local history and feature the Oostergasfabriek (a 19th century gas factory) that was well-known in the area.
Nifty—50 is a poster project organized by Socio Design, in which 50 creatives from around the world were invited to creatively interpret the word ‘Money’. The fifty posters have been printed as an Edition of One and will be sold through a process of sealed bids on nifty50.sociodesign.co.uk. All proceeds from the project will be going to the Countess Mountbatten Hospice Charity — an organisation that cares for people with life-limiting illnesses.
Brand Guide: Singapore Edition rounds up the iconic homegrown brands that attest to the current golden age of design in Singapore. Conceived by local design think-tank studio, Foreign Policy Design Group, this publication goes in-depth, featuring the brains behind some of Singapore’s most well-known and well-loved brands, such as Unlisted Collection:, The Lo & Behold Group, Papa Palheta, Ong Shunmugam, GOODSTUPH, DrGL, Supermama, BooksActually,and Plain Vanilla. Doubling as an alternative travel guide for the modern design traveller, Brand Guide: Singapore Edition hopes to share their appreciation for local brands and to inspire that in their readers.