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Creature Comforts Blog

Creature Comforts Blog

Category: Blogs,

Posted by: Rosie Prior
Posted: Feb 24th 2014
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This is an awesome blog that has all sorts of creative stuff on, plus DIY tutorials on how to make your own stationary, homewares and really yummy food. It also has free downloads and things to print, including brushes to use in Photoshop and 14 different calendar layouts. I use this site for endless inspiration, and yummy homemade cakes! ...

Manual

Manual

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Jessalyn Chan
Posted: Feb 28th 2014
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I love the work of Manual because of the thought they put behind their work. The two samples of work uploaded here are actually for the same client, family-owned businesses, and they incorporate a sense of unity, family and history into their designs. Their work is so simple yet so effective in giving people a sense of the venues through their collateral - sometimes a business card is the firs...

The Souvenir Society

The Souvenir Society

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Amoni Best
Posted: Feb 25th 2014
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The Souvenir Society is a collaboration between Kasia Gadecki (packaging designer) and Allison Colpoys (book designer), based in Melbourne, Australia. They create stationery goods using 100% recycled paper stock and bio-degradable packaging. I love the handmade element of their work, using different textures and colours to create different shapes, patterns and designs....

NSMBL

NSMBL

Category: Blogs,

Posted by: Rosie Prior
Posted: Feb 24th 2014
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This is a blog about all different things - art, design, interiors, food, fashion and beauty. I love looking on here for inspirational art pieces! They have all sorts, take a look :)...

BBDO Düsseldorf, Germany

BBDO Düsseldorf, Germany

Category: Advertising, Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Moshe Bienenfeld
Posted: Feb 4th 2014
No. of comments: 1

In such a simple, sleek and clever manner, they were able to create a way to: pay respect to one of the greatest musicians to ever live, show the detail of a shave and see whats hidden. Their work is simple yet very effective....
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Hazen Creative

Hazen Creative

Category: Blogs,

Posted by: Catherine Adreani
Posted: Jan 24th 2014
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I loved the use of white space in this layout and the irreverence of the enormous body copy and numerical elements featured next to the graphics. This was a series of infographics for Labour Market Intelligence done by Hazen, a creative agency from Chicago - and posted to Gridness, a side blog under their umbrella, solely dedicated to grids!...
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Jessica Decker

Jessica Decker

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Ai Van
Posted: Jan 25th 2014
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I am inspired by the work of Art Director Jessica Decker. She uses various graphic elements such as vintage fabric, hand-drawn type, cute animals, and fancy faux bois. She’s especially fond of bright hues and old-school signage. In this cover, she plays with the display of utensils to guide the reading of her text. The columns are placed elegantly and the hierarchy is also marked by the differe...
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Gonzalo Nogues

Gonzalo Nogues

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Nicole
Posted: Jan 27th 2014
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I really enjoyed this magazine layout. I think the use of repetition through color and the geometrical shapes tie the pages together really well. It is also a great example of typographic hierarchy. This design was done by Gonzalo Nogues from Argentina for the Revista Dale Magazine....
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Andrew Colin Beck

Andrew Colin Beck

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Cari Sekendur
Posted: Jan 31st 2014
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I love this layout design from Andrew Colin Beck because of how he turns type into beautiful graphic elements and His mix of serif and sans serif typefaces convey a nice balance and hierarchy. ...
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ARON JANCSO

ARON JANCSO

Category: Design / Typography, Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Renaud Cruvellier
Posted: Nov 19th 2013
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What attracted me was the elegance and sophistication behind the different type designs. You can tell the artist's background in calligraphy. I love the lay-out of his posters, the type lock-ups and their use in book and magazine covers, festival posters and logotypes......
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