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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 ...

Aurelie Maron

Aurelie Maron

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Anthony Yee
Posted: Oct 1st 2013
No. of comments: 0

I love the beautiful typographic treatments used by Aurelie Maron in her work. They are very symmetrically balanced and resemble badge like icons. In some cases i think it is hard to both read the word and admire at the same time, which I think is a good thing that highlights the beauty in some of her illustrated type. I also admire her ground up illustrations in creating custom and unique fonts t...
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Belinda Bath - photographer

Belinda Bath - photographer

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Janice Parker
Posted: Oct 1st 2013
No. of comments: 1

I love Belinda Bath's photography work and fabulous use of colour palettes to produce these amazing pieces of artwork. She tailors her images to her client's needs and includes photographs that are "special" to her clients. She then incorporates them into the artwork being mindful of the client's specified colour palette. She works out of Hong Kong and has many expats as her clients....

Aaron Horkey

Aaron Horkey

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Alex V
Posted: Oct 1st 2013
No. of comments: 2

Aaron Horkey is an American graphic designer and poster artist from Minnesota. He is most well-known for his surreal imagery and ornate hand-drawn type....
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Shazzam!

Shazzam!

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Elske Kooistra
Posted: Jul 25th 2013
No. of comments: 0

A promotional brochure. The Little Book of Photo-shoppe Trickery. ...

Gura Fiku

Gura Fiku

Category: Blogs,

Posted by: sam... definitely sam...
Posted: Jul 4th 2013
No. of comments: 0

so much variation. so much goodness....

Christopher Monro DeLorenzo

Christopher Monro DeLorenzo

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Alexander Newall
Posted: Jul 1st 2013
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I love DeLorenzo's use of monochromatic colour to create a sense of repetition throughout his design, as well as a sense of grouping and continuity. I also love his simple hand-drawn illustration - it reminds me of pop art/propaganda. I love his illustration; how one image can be replicated into many different styles (particularly in his design for Johnny Cupcakes). ...

RE

RE

Category: Advertising, Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Chengzuo Zhen
Posted: Jun 25th 2013
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Whether or not this branding design for Optus (the second largest telecommunication company in Australia) suits its target market is up for debate, as a huge portion of its business comes from corporate, enterprise and government clients. But apparently this is for a younger demographic, and certainly a fresh breath of air compared with its traditional high tech image. From the hand-drawn typeface...