Tomer Hanuka


Tomer Hanuka is an illustrator and a cartoonist based in NYC.

Yay! Monday! Issue #33

yay monday issue 33

http://yaymonday.com/issue/33

~jalecoultre



Arty, illustrator from Moldova.

The Best Designed Websites Made in Russia


Web design scene in Russia. So?

Roman Borodin



Motion design folio of Roman Borodin, designer of MTV Russia.

Lightmark


Unreal and amazing photogrraphy by Cenci Goepel and Jens Warnecke.

Joshua Budich – NEW PRINTS now available!

I’m proud to announce that my latest 2 prints, “Jack” and “The Bombshell’ will be available on my site: www.joshuabudich.com/store.



“The Bombshell” is an 18″x24″, 2-color (black and metallic-red) screenprint on cream-matte paper. “Jack” is an 18″x24″, 4-color screenprint on white-matte paper. Both prints are $35 + S/H. $10 of every purchase of “Jack” goes directly to Jack Johnson’s Kokua Hawai’i Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports environmental education in the schools and communities of Hawai’i. Learn more about them here: www.kokuahawaiifoundation.org.

Deadly Seven


The Deadly Seven could just be the sexiest girl group of all time. They don’t wear a lot of clothes, they make out, they make tank girl look like Gwen Stefani, and if you were to take them home to mother, they’d probably eat her then burn down the house you grew up in. Do it, bitches!

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Gianluigi Marabotti



A little of melancholy.

Nick Brandt

Stunning photography by Nick Brandt, UK.

What’s Yo Flava?

Amating illstration from Will Murai, Brazil.

Art and stuff by Adam Dedman

More of his stuff you can see here

AMD Game: The Ultimate Gamers PC. Action Inside.


AMD’s Ultimate Gamers PC print advertisements. Click pictures for full size prints.

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Trash is my all…




Ivan Solyaev, illustrator from Russia.

15 Awful Mistakes Made by Designers in the Music & Apparel Industry #2


This is part two of the 3-part mistakes series. The first one, in case you missed it, covered issues such as undercharging, typography, unprofessionalism, over promising, and the lack of understanding of apparel production. It was well received and a lot of people posted their comments. It was a pleasure reading all of them.
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