Poster art by WANDER. More design work and illustration from them Here.
Sam Hayles is an independent design consultant and graphic designer and has experience in working with bands, record companies, DJs, Artists, Music composers since 1999… Based in Edinburgh/Scotland after having lived and worked in France for over a decade, his capabilities span from concept development to design/direction, animation and illustration. He is also a practicing visual artist working across different mediums. Sam spent time as a designer and worked for a few agencies, before becoming totally independant since 2004 to focus on his own design and style and this gave him the chance to grow into the style of design he truly enjoys creating and not be influenced by the various trends that seem to infiltrate the collective output of the design and illustration world.
Based in Ireland, Steve Simpson is a freelance illustrator / designer working in the areas packaging design, illustration and art for children’s books.
Steve takes an organic approach to his projects, blending the disciplines of design and illustration. He spends a great deal of time on construction, shape and problem solving at the pencil stage. Continuously re-drawing until a balance of aesthetics, key brief considerations and client satisfaction have been realized. Approved pencils are then worked up in Photoshop using a limited palette of carefully chosen colours. Steve considers vintage illustration and packaging to be a huge influence on his work particularly the works of Jim Flora, Mary Blair and Ed Emberly. He particularly enjoys combing design for print with illustration and looks forward to further exploration of the world of packaging design. Enjoy the gallery!
London based brand released its first collection, inspired by fashion, photography and music. CHECK THE FULL COLLECTION HERE.
This is more than just a portfolio of 3D illustrations.
It’s an album with extraordinary figures, illustrations and all your images are made with refinement and better treatment. Welcome, this is an artist Moises Gomes.
A flyer is very practical and feasible for small businesses in marketing their new products and services in the local marketplace. Check out these 30 inspirational and creative flyer designs and start those creative juices flowing with ideas.
We love to see cute, funny, awesome animals, and they can’t be ignored in the world of advertising. Advertisers frequently use animals in ads. There are animals like cats, dogs, owls, monkeys, elephants. Many animals are often perceived as cute, cuddly and friendly.
In this article, we have rounded up some of the most creative advertisements with cuddly animals from Creative Ad Awards. It is such a joy to see some of them, being displayed with a tint of humor, while others are metaphorically presented to snap us out of our misery. Nevertheless, these are very creative and I appreciate the designers who created such amazing ads.
How We Got Down: A Brand, a Band, and a Van – AIGA The Percolator
Tales from the Road with We Have Become Vikings
Founders, Mike Gibboney and Jason Snell will be sharing stories and sharing valuable lessons they learned while recently traveling with Ohio Knife and Landor to the South By Southwest Music Festival. Poster by We Have Become Vikings/AIGA
For more information: WeHaveBecomeVikings.com and aigacincinnati.org/
I swear I use no art at all by Joost Grootens in thisispaper.com
This book displays and dissects the career and design motives of graphic designer Joost Grootens. In systematic and neutral fashion it charts the first hundred books designed by Grootens over the past ten years. In the first section, ’10 years’, Grootens uses timelines, lists and graphs to map the course of his career as a designer, the people he worked with and the places where the work took place…
Designed and donated by some amazing graphic designers; themed Hallucinations, each poster is a free ready-to-print download at 24in x 36in @ 300dpi. Contributing artists include:
Bradley Munkowitz – gmunk.com
Atelier Olschinsky – olschinsky.at
Mars Sandoval – syndromestudio.com
Ron Gervais – townshipco.com
Taiyo Yamamoto – deform.in
Yuko Brown – mynameisnotyoko.com
Michael Brown – blissthis.ca