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Pick Me Up

Pick Me Up

Category: Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Ali
Posted: May 6th 2014
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This weekend we attended London's popular Graphic Design festival, 'Pick Me Up'. The branding was designed by recent London guest lecturer, Emmi Salonen, and the oversized props looked amazing in situ at Somerset House.  The event itself was an awesome arr...

Round

Round

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Beata Klepek
Posted: Apr 29th 2014
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I love the work of Round, as they do amazing roll out of brand identity. They make sure each piece tells a unique story for the client and they use high quality materials for roll-out. They do work for clients in hospitality, mining, property construction, wineries, galleries, universities...the list goes on. Pretty awesome stuff!...

The Hungry Workshop

The Hungry Workshop

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Magaly Boussemaere
Posted: Apr 25th 2014
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I love The Hungry Workshop. The way they use colour and texture. How a normal business card turns into a bunny. They think outside the box and always come up with very creative solutions. There are so many different things to discover on their website, you will spend hours watching their beautiful designs. ...

Comfort Food

Comfort Food

Category: Art, Designers/Studios, Photography,

Posted by: Ali
Posted: May 2nd 2014
No. of comments: 1

As it's Friday many of you might be treating yourself to an indulgent lunch! Have a look at these amazing knitted junk-food pieces by Art Director and Model Maker Jessica Dance. With awesome photography by David Sykes these artworks look good enough to eat! ...

Rock Band Icons

Rock Band Icons

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Apr 23rd 2014
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A great side-project from Spanish studio Tata & Friends, reducing great bands to very simple icons. Iron & Wine, Smashing Pumpkins, Rolling Stones ... Can you guess what they are before scrolling down? ...

Ilovedust

Ilovedust

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Victoria Murphy
Posted: Mar 18th 2014
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I love I Love Dust - the company I mean! I Love Dust. Their attention to detail, use of mixed media and and use of type intrigued me. The New York poster reminded me of an old theatre style poster. The use of complimentary colours along with seven different styles of typography breaks all rules which is what really caught my eye....
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Anagrama - Brand Intelligence Group

Anagrama - Brand Intelligence Group

Category: Advertising, Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Frankie Young
Posted: Apr 4th 2014
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I adore Anagrama because all their work is of such elegant beauty. They feature perfectly stripped back designs and wonderful colour palettes. The care they put into the photography of their portfolio is another great inspiration. Make sure to read the blurbs for each project - there is so much to discover....
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AIGA - NYC Time & Place Competition

AIGA - NYC Time & Place Competition

Category: Competitions,

Posted by: Holly
Posted: Apr 9th 2014
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  The time has come to show off - you, your work, you as a NYC designer, your idea of New York! Submit now. This design competition is a way to celebrate design in the city during the month of May and everyday and also the AIGA Centennial, the New York chapter of AIGA is launching. [NYC M...

Promethean

Promethean

Category: Web / Design,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Apr 9th 2014
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A great sunset-inspired website for IT company Promethean. Designed by Osk Studio - who's snazzy site you'll also want to check out.  #webwednesday ...

jinsei tosyokan

jinsei tosyokan

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Sharon Roberts
Posted: Mar 18th 2014
No. of comments: 1

I love the work of Circle-D because they have mastered simplicity of design. They are based in Tokyo, Japan and as I don't speak Japanese I have enjoyed looking at their quality of work in terms of seeing the design principles without getting distracted by the words (as I don't speak Japanese!)....