Archives par catégorie : Graphic design & illustration

50 years of David Bowie by Helen Green

Spanning a 50-year career, graphic designer and illustrator Helen Green compiled all of David Bowie’s most impressive looks to celebrate five decades of success, from Ziggy Stardust to the Thin White Duke. By the way, if you happen to be in Paris between March 3 and May 31, don’t miss David Bowie is…, a huge retrospective exhibition at [...]
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Sweet Alma Charry

Spotted on Sight Unseen, these illustrations by French graphic designer Alma Charry will bring a smile back to your face. Just what you needed.  Paris-based Alma Charry has imagined an advent calendar project, 24RAPIDO, where she introduced one new design each December day leading up to Christmas. Collages, GIFs, ready patterns, freeform ink-washed drawings and figurative prints. [...]
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Box up your resume

A graphic design professor at the São Paulo School of Fine arts, Samuel Profeta published the final « Creativity and Innovation » project of the Graduate Diploma in Design Management his is supervising. The goal of this project?  Creating an unconventional resume in an innovative platform. All the informations (professional skills, experience, social media stats, contact) are printed on [...]
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Massimo Vignelli (1931-2014): visually powerful, intellectually elegant, above all timeless

Massimo Vignelli passed away on May 27th, aged 83. Working with his wife Lella, Massimo Vignelli designed some of the most well-known logos and objects of our era: Ford, Lancia, IBM, American Airlines, Knoll or Bloomingdale’s logos (this latter was made internationally famous thanks to the « brown bags »), the NY subway map, iconic plastic dinnerware [...]
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Mike Ellis, Room For Rent

« Room For Rent » is an experiential installation imagined by Toronto-based illustrator and graphic designer  Mike Ellis (The New Yorker, The Boston Globe). « Ellis designed a three-dimensional miniature house to contain a series of bedrooms which the gallery patron can view. With the help of multicoloured LEDs, the illustrations come to life within the house, exposing things that [...]
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Asian Subconscious

Exhibited as part of Singapore Design Week,  »Asian Subconscious » is a series of artworks by Singaporean graphic designers, curated by design studio Kult3D, in collaboration with Hong Kong-based store Kapok and furniture and product design range Industry+. Each designer, up-and-coming artist or well-known local talent, expressed their vision using images and icons from Asian architecture, typography, packaging and food [...]
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Janine Rewell x Minna Parikka

Helsinki-based Janine Rewell, a multi-awarded illustrator and graphic designer, imagined this ad campaign for Finnish shoe brand Minna Parikka SS14. The amazing bodypaint, replicating Rewell’s design in the background, was executed by Saara Sarvas & Riina Laine (photography by Jonas Lundqvist)
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Want to be part of the Breda Graphic Design Festival? Open Call Project

From April 17 to 27, Breda (the Netherlands) will host the 4th edition of its Graphic Design Festival.  The « PosterProject », which, launched in 2008, selected works by designers to be showcased around town, welcomes in 2014 anyone who wants to participate. From the website: « This year the Poster Project is fully open to participation by seniors, startups, [...]
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