I’m absolutely loving this piece by the fine folks at Alway with Honor and Jeffrey Docherty. Nice colab dudes.
I love some black and white design. There’s no way to hide anything, and the quality of the craftsmanship is amplified. Really nice job Dan. Check out the rest of Dan’s book here.
This kid gets it. Great color choices, great mono weight illustrations, quality compositions. If I had a shop in NYC, I’d hire him. Check out his site here.
Marne has a beautiful balance of design, art direction, typography and ideation. All of her work is smart and engaging. I also dig her broad stylistic range range. Check out the rest of her book right here.
These guys are great. Killer design and illustration. Check out their site and blog for even more visual goodness.
After watching this video, George Lois is my new advertising hero. I love that the goal of his work is emotionally shock the viewers. Check out his site for a pretty solid archive of his work.
I always appreciate some well designed video game themed posters/art. Jude wanted to explore the carnivorous side of video games and is a self proclaimed lover of meat diagrams. I can’t blame him these prints are so fun. Check out more of Jude’s work here.
I’m really enjoying the minimalist work of British designer/illustrator Neil Stevens. I included a sampling from his portfolio including British Cycling Prints, Don’t Forget the Cassette Prints and his Flight Tag Prints. He’s very good at distilling a design down to the core elements and letting those elements have the proper space to really...
The above twitter feed pretty much sums up everything I have to say. Check out a taste of Victore’s epic portfolio right here:
I was lucky enough to have the Target 50th Anniversary Windows I designed featured in the newest How design annual. It’s pretty exciting, but what’s more exciting is how amazing all of my friends did. My buddy Nick Smasal won best of show – for the whole world! He won for his My Burger...