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In the last 20 years, there’s no other designer who’s pushed the boundaries of industrial design than Jonathan Ive.
North Carolina based branding designer Matt Stevens stumbled into a really fun person project recently, creating a series of “Design Gangs” which mixes “personal experience, a fascination with our shared design language/experiences, and a healthy dose of wanting to try some new techniques.” I’ve been watching his progress over on his Dribbble and it’s been rad to see him slowly grow and discover what the series is about.
There are two clear front runners for most important visual storytelling method: the emoji and the GIF.
When you’re a guy like Nicholas Krgovich you’ve had a very interesting career. He made a name for himself with acts like P:iano and No Kids (who I put on this mixtape 5 years ago), though for me it was his appearance on Casiotone for the Painfully Alone’s track “Old Panda Days” that really sold me.
I’ve never stopped to think about how we might grow plants in space. I’ve only really thought about those enormous geodesic domes that you see in sci-fi films like Silent Running, but I’ve never stopped to consider what a practical real-life equivalent of those might be.
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Earlier this year Rolling Stone described Jack White as “Rock & Roll’s Willy Wonka” and it’s clear to see why.
Striking out and doing what you truly love is never an easy decision, though it can lead to true happiness.
German graphic designer Timo Lenzen really has a gift when it comes to creating eye catching posters.
I know what you’re thinking and no, somebody hasn’t been blowing big bubbles in an art gallery! Sure I featured Nicholas Hanna’s incredible bubble devices a couple of weeks ago but these are very different types of bubbles.
I’ll admit I write about hand-lettered type often, it is a love of mine, but it’s also been continually trendy over the last few years.
Andy J. Miller 1280×800 1440×900 1680×1050 1920×1200 2560×1440 3840×2400 iPhone iPhone 5 iPhone 6 iPhone 6+ iPad It’s always fun visiting with old friends.
I always get an urge for new stationary at this time of year. Perhaps it’s to do with the back-to-school energy that’s in the air.
All the President’s Children is the name of a new series of paintings by the Canadian artist Jaclyn Conley.
Karma was founded by a graphic designer and his Dutch friends, frustrated with the constant headache of connecting to the internet during frequent travel and work in the US.
The more digital our lives become the more we start to value the things that are made by hand. Mike Heist is a beautiful example of this, a Portland artist who has been working with neon for over 30 years.
For those who are in Los Angeles you should take the time to stop by Poketo on Thursday for their most recent pop-up with the fantastic Friends of Type.
If you visit any professional photographer’s website you’re bound to find that their work is typically – and understandably – divided into some rather traditional categories.
Last week I came upon this lovely packaging for Suiyoubi no Neko beer which is crafted by the Yo-Ho Brewing.
Chaz Bundick of Toro y Moi fame has a new project out called Les Sins, going for a more dance-oriented sound.