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Flourish by Dana Tanamachi

Category: Design / Typography, Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Nov 7th 2013
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I've always loved Dana Tanamachi's work, but this piece really blew me away. This wasn't even for a client, it was purely a personal project she decided to share with the world. Her dedication, passion, and patience is quite incredible.  How many gold markers do you think she went through? ...

Jessica Svendsen at Pentagram NY

Jessica Svendsen at Pentagram NY

Category: Design / Typography, Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Daniella
Posted: Nov 7th 2013
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Love how she plays with the forms and integrates with typography. Such strong alignment and hierarchy principles! ...

Mega

Mega

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: James Huson
Posted: Nov 6th 2013
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I particularly loved this piece of work from Mega. It was a proposal for the branding of the city they're based in, Copenhagen. The idea behind it was so simple, yet so effective at communicating the messages they were trying to get across. The way the type is set coupled with the really pleasing colour palettes deserves to be loved in my eyes....

Giveaway!

Giveaway!

Category: Competitions,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Nov 6th 2013
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Today's giveaway is a real doozy. We wanted to keep it for ourselves! There'll be THREE lucky winners today, who'll each receive a copy of frankie's Gift Paper Book. Just in time for Christmas! All you have to do is go to our Facebook page and tell us this: what was the best (or worst!) present yo...

Kate Moross

Kate Moross

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Ella Veillet
Posted: Oct 7th 2013
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Kate Moross became an established designer whilst she was still studying graphic design at Camberwell. I love how she has a really unique style and is not afraid to experiment with colour. She hand draws a lot of her typography, and then refines it. Check out her website, for some colourful inspiration! ...
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#Bucketlist

#Bucketlist

Category: Advertising, Design / Typography,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Sep 25th 2013
No. of comments: 1

As part of an online ad campaign for Capital One, Ryan Hamrick asked a group of Tumblr artists to hand-letter the number one destination on their bucketlist. The result is a lovely collection of typography. What's on your bucketlist? ...

Jazzy Abstract City Maps

Jazzy Abstract City Maps

Category: Art, Colour, Design / Print, Illustration,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Oct 1st 2013
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I love these fantastic bright abstract jazz-inspired city maps from LA-based Jazzberry Blue. You can buy prints via Society 6.  ...

Alex Prager

Alex Prager

Category: Design / Interactive, Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Charlotte D
Posted: Oct 7th 2013
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I've been obsessing over Alex's work for a couple of years now. I love the fact that she's 100% self taught (she dropped out of school when she was 14!). Alex is an L.A. based photographer and filmmaker and has been exhibiting since 2002. She has the most incredible use of bright, bold and retro inspired colours as well as an overall feminine feel. The hair, make up and styling also play a great p...
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Bond Creative Agency

Bond Creative Agency

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Charlotte Tansley Thomas
Posted: Oct 27th 2013
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I love the work of Bond Creative, an agency with a focus on branding. I particularly like their Allsorts packaging - the black background is suggestive of liquorice and contrasts nicely with the bright, bold 'sweet' motifs. Bond's branding solution for interior decoration store, PINO is also very interesting. The word PINO means 'stack', and clever treatment of the letter 'i' has been used to sugg...
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Olly Moss

Olly Moss

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Edouard Coune
Posted: Oct 7th 2013
No. of comments: 1

Olly Moss is one of those illustrator/designer that makes you feel lazy, he produces a lot of work, and all of it, is worth mentioning. I really love his use of negative space in most of his movie posters and the double meaning in his shapes. He sell his prints on his website but also got some of his work to be the actual poster for a movie. If you go on his website don't forget to check his blog ...