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Simon Walker

Simon Walker

Category: Design / Typography,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Mar 7th 2012
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Simon Walker is an Austin, TX based designer/illustrator doing some really lovely hand lettering. There seems to be a significant amount of this style of lettering originating out of Austin (and yes to some degree from other cities as well). Still, I for one am pleased to see that design, even in the age of the int...

Creative people in their homes and spaces

Creative people in their homes and spaces

Category: Designers/Studios, Photography,

Posted by: John F
Posted: Mar 5th 2012
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Ex-student Siobhan Frost (Brisbane, AUST) has started a really cool project photographing the homes and works spaces of creatives from all over the world. Go check it out... then maybe get really jealous that your creative space doesn't meet the cut. Or even better get inspired to make your creative space a work of art. http...
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The Field Guide to Victorian Produce

The Field Guide to Victorian Produce

Category: Books, Design / Publishing,

Posted by: Meave
Posted: Mar 5th 2012
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I came across this book on The Design Files mailout today. Great work by Victorian designer Matthew Angel. Check out his website too —some really inspirational design work.  ...
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The Bravo Company

The Bravo Company

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Anthony J. Foti
Posted: Feb 23rd 2012
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Check out the branding skills from this studio: sharp rollout in various mediums & sleek design (simple & elegant but very effective). The company reproduces retro without a dated feel!...
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Gabriele Wilson Guest Lectures for Shillington NYC

Gabriele Wilson Guest Lectures for Shillington NYC

Category: Design / Publishing,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Mar 1st 2012
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Book Cover designer extraordinaire and all around amazing person Gabriele Wilson guest lectured in the NYC studio yesterday. She shared with us several of her beautiful covers and the processes which she went through to achieve the results, as well as her personal experiences as a designer in the publishing industry. More of her work can be seen ...

Life of Mike

Life of Mike

Category: Blogs, Designers/Studios, Fashion,

Posted by: Ash
Posted: Feb 28th 2012
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Life of Mike is an awesome blog to follow for those who know the value of hard work and determination, and making a career work without qualifications! ...
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100 Days of Design Entrepreneurship

100 Days of Design Entrepreneurship

Category: Books, Designers/Studios, Documentaries/Film, Interviews / Individual, Interviews / Studio, Other Design Fields,

Posted by: Tanya
Posted: Feb 22nd 2012
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  Kern and Burn bring us 'One Hundred Days of Design Entrepreneurship" - a website about ...

The Book Covers of M. S. Corley

The Book Covers of M. S. Corley

Category: Books, Design / Print, Design / Publishing,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Feb 15th 2012
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We just recieved a fresh batch of design books for our library here at the NYC studio. While perusing one of them, The Modernist from Gestalten, I came across M. S. Corley's redesign of Lemony Snicket's "A Series of Unfortunate Events," in the style of of classic Penguin books. It...

A Friend of Mine

A Friend of Mine

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Laura Louise Greaves
Posted: Jan 14th 2012
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I love the work from A Friend of Mine, a studio run by Suzy Tuxen, because of the flexibility of the branding packages they create, as well as the color palettes they use. The studio is in Melbourne. They design for many different industries, doing work that includes branding, packaging and custom typography....
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Klim Type Foundry

Klim Type Foundry

Category: Design / Typography,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Feb 8th 2012
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Kris Sowersby started the Klim Type Foundry in 2005, currently based in Wellington, New Zealand. Klim is developing some absolutely beautiful typefaces. I can't stop drooling over Metric (the specimen pictured). ...