Wayne Daly

We don’t know much about the London-based graphic designer Wayne Daly, but we love his delicate typographic craft. His portfolio consists mostly of books and exhibition materials for contemporary galleries and publishers. Even his online portfolio demands patient consideration like his book designs. He is…

Haw-lin Services

At a time when fashion and tastes changes quicker than you can refresh your browser it is a real feat to remain relevant. Somehow Haw-Lin Services have made it their mission to achieve this slippery feat. The studio founded by Jacob Klein and Nathan Cowen. They specialize…

Eline Mul

We really enjoy the playful range of Eline Mul‘s work. The recent CalArts MFA alum blends her Dutch design education with American confidence. Check out her work!  

Ghazaal Vojdani

Strong typography and fun visuals by London-based independent designer Ghazaal Vojdani. The work strikes a nice balance between intellectual, trendy, and whimsical. Working with designer Mark Owens, photographer David Brandon Geeting, and Bidoun magazine Vojdani runs with cool company.

COMMON NAME

Stellar work from NYC-based studio COMMON NAME. The work by Yale MFA alumni Yoonjai Choi and Ken Meier, along with a team of collaborators, is sharp and smart. They have a successful practice at a time when small studios are increasingly rare in NYC. Working closely with…

Alex Prager

Beautiful and haunting images from Los Angeles-based photographer Alex Prager. We’re particularly in love with his xxx series. There’s something about the light and aura of Los Angeles that instantly makes everything cinematic. We’re talked about this special quality before, and we see it again in Prager’s…

Daniel Gordon Studio

Wild, vivid, and flat are some immediate adjectives that come to mind when looking at Daniel Gordon‘s still lives. His photographic work blends ideas from painting, digital media and art history. The result is this dialogue is a loud and dizzying conversation about what it means…

Stephanie Gonot

If you are a frequent reader of Refinery29, GOOD, or Fast Company you have probably come across the vibrant visuals of Stephanie Gonot. We really dig the LA photographers bright colors, pop sense, and photographic precision. Her work continues to evolve, while honoring the work of surrealist…

Sean Kuhnke

Amazing work by Yale MFA Sean Ervan Kuhnke. If you have been to the New Museum in New York City recently you have seen his strong typographic work. We are also very impressed by his Risographic printing. Nice1.

Tabor Roback

Tabor Roback is a somewhat confusing artist, but there is no lack of enthusiasm. The artists’ work celebrates technology and HD digital imagery to an extreme. What results are lush images that burn their way into your brain and make you question digital imagery all together. To…

Katie Steciw

We are digging the energetic images by American photographer Katie Steciw. Her images are full of energy and play with collage, layering, and material. Recently, her work has become quite sculptural; challenging the form of the traditional printed photograph. Images courtesy Artsy and Dust Magazine.…

Mike Willis

Solid work from English designer Mike Willis. His retro style makes us long for days past and more physical music packaging.

Motoi Shito

Exquisite work from Tokyo-based Art Director and Design Motoi Shito. The delicate sense of typography and color really add a fresh touch to projects for luxury and fashion clients.

Post Projects

Classic branding and identity work from Vancouver-based studio Post Projects. Soon, we will be post-everything, but until then we can delight in the detail and exactitude of their work. A bit of restraint and typographic discipline go a long way and one can see that…

BWANA!

A fun promotional site for recording artist BWANA’s Capsule’s Pride (Bikes) album. The album and site are an homage to the Akira by Katsushiro Otomo. If you’re a fan of the manga or anime you will recognize the images and sounds. You can also listen to…

Michele Abeles

American photographer Michele Abeles composes images that often fool the eye. Today, we encounter more images than any previous time. Often we interact with these images through screens and the internet. She is part of a generation of young photographers who are confronting this very relationship. Her photos…

Jan Horcik

Great typographic work from Czech designer Jan Horcik. We really dig the attitude and craft behind his strange letters. Also, check out some of his typefaces at the Heavyweight foundry.

BEST storefronts

BEST was an American retail chain popular in the 80’s and 70’s. The company was essentially like a Wal-Mart of Target and owned by Sydney and Frances Lewis. The Lewis’ were art collectors and had impeccable taste, which they sought to transfer to the design of…

Hommakazuki

We came across some seriously whacky and fun music videos the other day. The psychedelic, lo-fi, throwback visuals of Japanese music video director Hommakazuki are pure fun. A little bit of net art, a little bit of digital trash, and a whole lot of creative energy…

CLANDA

Clanada is the collaborative graphic design practice of Lana Caver, Natash Chandani and Danielle Aubert. Their studio moniker is a clever amalgam of their respective names. The three designers have have worked for a variety of organizations including AIGA, Columbia University, GSAPPP, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit,…

Lester Beall

“The way a man lives is  essential to the work he produces.  The two cannot be separated.” – Lester Beall

DixonBaxi ReFresh

Updates to the always solid design studio of DixonBaxi / Formula 1 Brand Sting / Sony Max Channel Branding to name a few.

Model Citizen Exhibit

For those of you in NYC hope you can check out the third annual Model Citizens NYC which is a 3 day exhibition, open to the public, featuring the work of 50+ designers of furniture, products, ceramics, glass, art objects and jewelry. Model Citizens NYC…

NeoMorphus From Animatorio

New Project from the talented group at Animatorio, entitled: NeoMorphus. Transformation trough mutations stages. Evolution as a function gain is called neo-morphic. Imaginary creatures adapt into an Ecosystem and the transformation of these habitats for these creatures generates a fantastic cycle.

Brazilians are Hardcore

Every late night spent at every studio I have worked in has been shared with a Brazilian designer. I am not sure where such discipline and rigor comes from, but it’s very much present in their culture. A couple studios from Brazil are showing a…

Viction:ary

  viction:ary is established as an identity to emphasize the strength of collaborative efforts in the area of visual communication. Not only creating more perspectives for those who loves design and visual graphics.

Hinterland Studio

Hinterland is a New York-based multidisciplinary design studio. We create books, magazines, brochures, identities, packaging, illustrations, and more. We believe that the best work comes from a close collaboration between client and studio. We have a passion for solving design problems and for integrating all…

IYA Studio Launch

IYA collaborates with like-minded clients and agencies to create innovative and well crafted ideas across the fashion, lifestyle and sport sectors.