Artcrank is a poster show about bikes. The rules are simple: 1. Make it 18×24 2. Make it about bikes. It’s one of the biggest parties/art events of the year and a staple for the Minneapolis design community. Want in? Here are the details straight from the website: We are now accepting artist submissions...
Mr. Hebert isn’t messing around. Nice type. Nice layouts. Solid design on pretty much every project on his site. Go check it out for yourself: http://www.goldlunchbox.com
My pal Amy is looking for a gig. She’s good. Art directing photos and illustrators – all that jazz. One of the friendliest southern gals you’ll ever meet. http://design8days.com
I love the intersection of art and function in this work. Here’s Nicole’s description: Compostmodern is an annual interdisciplinary design conference dedicated to promoting sustainable solutions for designers and business leaders. This year’s conference demonstrates how sustainable solutions converge as design, ecology, social activism, business, and economics intersect. Go check out the rest of her...
I’ve posted about Mr. Eiland in the past but if you’ve never seen his work then give this fellow a look. Solid work for reals. I especially dig his Fossil work. https://dribbble.com/aaron-eiland
The Walker just posted up a site called Minnesota by Design. It’s a nice collection of design highlights historically throughout the state. I always love digging through the archives. Hop on over there and check it out: http://www.walkerart.org/minnesotabydesign
Back in December I made a trip to the Walker Art Museum. I documented a few pieces that I found inspirational in my hunt to refine this #shapecolorart exploration that I’ve been working on. I love the zipper piece.