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Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Monty Martin-Weber
Posted: Jun 12th 2012
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I really love the use of alignment on the double page spread image, it really makes the text clearer and the colours pop! The simple use of a landscape in negative makes a really cool effect, I love these guys....
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The Silver Star: Glasfurd & Walker

The Silver Star: Glasfurd & Walker

Category: Design / Branding/Identity, Design / Print, Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Jul 9th 2012
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I'm crushing on Vancouver-based studio Glasford & Walker big time. Started in 2007 by an Australian designer and a Canadian producer, their aesthetic is really clean, their typography is always lovely, and the colours are winners. This project in particular really stood out to me. Maybe it's because The Silver Star s...

Chronicles Of Never

Chronicles Of Never

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Jobey Greenwood
Posted: Jun 12th 2012
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Chronicles of Never (CoN) is a clothing and jewellery company based in Sydney, Australia. Under the direction of creator Gareth Moody, a former co-founder of Tsubi (Ksubi), the graphics are predominantly bold, simple and very effective. The given examples are fine art pieces that have been used on t-shirts. CoN usually sticks to bold graphics on a neutral colour palette. I particularly like the NO...
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erik marinovich

erik marinovich

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: riyaan devine
Posted: Jun 5th 2012
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I love the work of Erik Marinovich because of the rough but clean style to his work. "Erik Marinovich is a letterer and designer based in San Francisco. He is a co-founder of Friends of Type and has worked for clients such as New York Times, New York Magazine, Newsweek, The Atlantic Monthly, Wired, Metropolis magazine, GAP, Diageo, Nike; while also freelancing for various studios such as: Lan...
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Toormix Creative Studio

Toormix Creative Studio

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Joanna Khoury
Posted: Jun 21st 2012
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I love the work of Toormix because of how they use typography (complex yet simple and clean) and simple graphic elements in their designs. They work out of their studio in Barcelona, Spain. They specialize in art direction, branding, communication, publication design, packaging, naming and web design. ...
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Typographic Study: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Typographic Study: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Category: Design / Print, Design / Typography,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Jul 5th 2012
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An exploration of typographic solutions for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, by the talented lads at iamalwayshungry. ...

Gerren Lamson

Gerren Lamson

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Fredrik Henttonen
Posted: Jun 6th 2012
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I really like designs that have an obvious element of human touch. Gerren Lamson, is based in Austin, Texas and has a spectacular array of great designs on his website. Check it out!...
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Kent Lyons

Kent Lyons

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Samantha Willis
Posted: May 3rd 2012
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An innovative way to raise money for the London Marathon. Noel Lyons of Kent Lyons will be running and these posters were designed to raise money for his charity, Changing Faces. Cool posters using song lyrics. ...
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Studio Culture — EVENT

Studio Culture — EVENT

Category: Designers/Studios, Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Jun 21st 2012
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Unit Editions and the Design Museum are set to host what promises to be an amazingly invaluable day of talks and Q&A on Friday, July 13. This is the same day that you FT'ers in the UK finish up, though the event is on until 8pm so there's no real reason you couldn't (nay, shouldn&...

TK Type's FF Chartwell font

TK Type's FF Chartwell font

Category: Design / Typography,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Jun 19th 2012
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From the site, "FF Chartwell is a tool for easily creating graphs, disguised as a font. It utilizes OpenType to interpret and visualize the data. The data also remains editable, allowing for painless updates." File this under "one-of-the-coolest-things-i've-seen-in-a-while." Thanks to Shillo ...