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Peter Callesen paper works

Peter Callesen paper works

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Lucie Carpentier
Posted: Oct 8th 2011
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We might all remember those nice times as children when we would make nice pieces of art with a piece of paper, scissors and imagination... But this artist here goes further and creates 3D art, movement, life and stories out of a single A4 sheet... Very, very impressive!...
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Neal Whittington

Neal Whittington

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Nancy Lostracco
Posted: Oct 21st 2011
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Neal Whittington is a Designer/Illustrator based in London England. I love the work that he did for Porter Airlines, a Canadian based business airline. He designed Porters complete brand identity with my favourite being Mr.Porter the raccoon used throughout the advertising campaign (quite a fresh and fun approach for a stuffy business airline). Apart from this Neal Whittington's real passion...
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Darcel Disappoints

Darcel Disappoints

Category: Art, Blogs, Illustration,

Posted by: Ash
Posted: Oct 10th 2011
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I can't believe I haven't discovered this fantastic blog sooner! Darcel Disappoints is the semi-autobiographical illustrative blog by Aussie Craig Redman. His work speaks for itself, quick go now and look! ...

Alberto Sevezo

Alberto Sevezo

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Anne Furubotn
Posted: Oct 6th 2011
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I love the work of Alberto Sevezo because of how he use photoshop and Illustrator to creates his images. He removes at lot in his pictures, but he still manage to hold on the photografhic. I have seen many designers tryed to do the same, but I havent seen anyone who has made it. ...
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Unity Peg

Unity Peg

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Gillian O'Malley
Posted: Oct 2nd 2011
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I love the vibrant colours, graphic imagery and boldness of Unity Peg’s tea towels. They are instantly recognisable and make washing up more pleasurable....
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ANTOINE HELBERT

ANTOINE HELBERT

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Diana Akhmetova
Posted: Oct 2nd 2011
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"Looking around you provides an unlimited source of inspiration. Past centuries and the present offer me a cultural gold-mine, extreme, varied, diverse, rich... The tone is given, the colour is found, eclecticism... My creation is made up of contemporary and past references combined on the canvas and the screen, mixing elements and figures which are never destroyed." - Antoine Helbert The author...
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The Small Stakes

The Small Stakes

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Sally Woodcock
Posted: Oct 2nd 2011
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I love the work of Jason Munn (a.k.a The Small Stakes) for his clean, almost minimalist designs, which are always striking in their composition. He specialises in creating posters for gigs and, more recently, film screenings. I find it really inspiring the way he pares a band's identity down to a couple of simple visual elements and then plays them against each other in really interesting, clever ...
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Kozyndan

Kozyndan

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Pauline Wong
Posted: Sep 30th 2011
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Kozyndan is the joint pseudonym of Los Angeles-based husband-and-wife illustrator team Kozue and Dan Kitchens, known in particular for their whimsical and occasionally absurd illustrations of modern cityscapes. I love these guys because of their traditional illustration style and imaginative and detailed panoramic artwork. A good example worth checking out is Nakano in Spring which is panoramic se...
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JEFF SHELDON & HIS TEES

JEFF SHELDON & HIS TEES

Category: Fashion, Illustration, Products,

Posted by: Ash
Posted: Sep 29th 2011
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It's tough to find truly good design on a tee. It's even tougher to then find them in female sizes! I discovered Ugmonk through Tanya and instantly fell in love with Jeff's simplistic design. There is always a steady stream of new design gracing his shirts. The story and idea behind the brand is worth a read. ...

Stephanie Kubo

Stephanie Kubo

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Lucy Pidcock
Posted: Sep 27th 2011
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Stephanie Kubo has a BFA from California College of the Arts, San Francisco and is currently living and working in Oakland California. She creates hand drawn illustrations with lots of pattern and linework, usually with little to no digital editing. More recently she has been doing typography work - making hand drawn carved/printed non-keyable fonts. They are lovely....
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