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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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Banksy

Banksy

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Aaron Sammut
Posted: Sep 27th 2011
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The graffiti by Banksy always inspires me as there is always some sort of political meaning behind the work. Banksy's work in particular is cool because of the style of painting that is used which predominantly stencils and spray paint, which makes the detail of the finished product all the more amazing. Banksy's work can be seen almost all over the world and is always familiar when you find one....
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Michael De Pippo Muppet Concert Posters

Michael De Pippo Muppet Concert Posters

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Maz
Posted: Sep 26th 2011
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I absolutely love this Dr Teeth and The Electric Mayhem poster series by designer/illustrator Michael De Pippo. Simple, colourful...and a perfect tribute to the late, great Jim Henson who would have been 75 last weekend. ...
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Zootool image bookmarking, digital visual diary and moodboards.

Zootool image bookmarking, digital visual diary and moodboards.

Category: Resources / Images, Resources / Reference, Resources / Tools+Apps,

Posted by: Lee
Posted: Sep 22nd 2011
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If you are looking for a place to collect the sites, images and work you love to look at the Zootool is the perfect place to do it. Really easy to use. Allows you to categorise bookmarked images easily and bookmark sites you love to visit. It offers simple tools that you can add to your browser ...

Shepard Fairey, Studio Number One

Shepard Fairey, Studio Number One

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: David Loren
Posted: Sep 20th 2011
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Shepard Fairey's aesthetic originated from his interest and participation in street and sticker art whilst growing up. Breaking into the mainstream with his world wide sticker phenomenon - Andre the Giant Has a Posse, which later became Obey Giant, Fairey shot to fame. I love Shepard's work because of the street art stencil feel to it as well as the fact that his work is highly meaningful and sy...
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Edward Gorey's illustrated envelopes

Edward Gorey's illustrated envelopes

Category: Illustration,

Posted by: Maz
Posted: Sep 21st 2011
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I'm betting Peter F. Neumeyer waited by his mailbox every day hoping for one of these beauties...lucky fellow! More here. ...
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Steven Rhodes

Steven Rhodes

Category: Art, Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: Sep 15th 2011
No. of comments: 1

You may have seen us tweeting and facebooking about Shillo grad Steven Rhodes before but we've yet to feature him on our blog. Steven's got an awesome illustrative style (and a slightly quirky sense of humour). His work's been featured in Wooden Toy, Semi-Permanent and vaious other publications. We were luck...

Hennie Haworth

Hennie Haworth

Category: Design / Typography, Illustration,

Posted by: Maz
Posted: Sep 15th 2011
No. of comments: 1

Hennie Haworth's felt-tipped take on everyday objects never fails to make me smile. Awesome lettering, too. For more alphabets, surface patterns, book covers and even a vending machine or two, check out her fabulous website here. ...
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