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When I think of the most talented people in lettering my list includes Louise Fili, Jessica Hische, Erik Marinovich, Gemma O’Brien, and of course the incredible Dana Tanamachi.
One of my fondest memories of early design inspiration was receiving type catalogs from House Industries.
A lot of electronic music is made to dance to. Whether you love Karl Kox, Underworld, Black Madonna or even Skrillex, they make music that’s loud and is truly meant for large venues where people dance in the dark.
At this point there’s a documentary about nearly every topic these days, and now thanks to Netflix, design is continuing to become more mainstream.
Photographer and director Charlie Schuck caught my eye with his knack for composition as well as his use of color and texture.
I’m a sucker for bright colors, plants, and strong women, which means Ayumi Takahashi’s work is right up my alley.
Today is a difficult day for me, and I believe a lot of people feel the same way. It’s hard to imagine what the next four years are going to look like.
#00000. Most designers are familiar with this hexadecimal code and understand it represents the color black.
Flowing gowns made of pink smoke. Haute couture hobbled together with blocks of wood. This is the idealized world Johanna Goodman is creating in her series The Catalouge of Imaginary Beings.
Since 1991, Mark Pritchard has been making genre-spanning electronic music that ventures from House, to Ambient, to Drum and Bass.
2017 is nearly upon us (honestly, it can’t come soon enough) and now it’s time to start thinking of the year ahead.
The world needs nice things these days, small gestures to brighten one’s day, and I believe Christopher David Ryan agrees.
Really feeling these pieces by Sara Andreasson, an illustrator and designer who’s based in Gothenburg, Sweden.