John Malloy is a Baltimore-based illustrator who has worked for Lemon Magazine, Slash Magazine, Dazed and Confused, and many others. He’s also a comic-book artist with several titles under his belt. I’m thoroughly enjoying the visual explorations he’s doing with his One Out of a Hundred series, (currently he’s posted 7 out of them.) Check this man’s work out before he moves out to the country to live with bears.
Even dropping bombs, looks dreamy.
Some heart melting work coming out of Japan. I recently have been introduced to the work of artist Kimi Sakaki. Really. Dreamy. Stuff. Seriously. There is something about the edges, where two colors meet. It is pretty fantastically dreamy. The content, sometimes a bit eerie but othertimes, very playful is dreamy as well. I especially love the series dubbed centipede. Keep on rocking. Check it out when you can. Hug.
At GraphicHug we’re all about love. So, a few weeks ago our fellow hugger Yuliya Gorelovetsky threw us a project idea. While reading John Maeda‘s book, Simplicity, she was struck by this passage:
Our very own Katherine Hughes’ love for the ampersand has been hugged by our friends over at FormFiftyFive. FormFiftyFive has, as the Fine Young Cannibals once said, a good thing going on so check it out when you have the time. Have a nice Wednesday everyone.
Boston doesn’t have many great spots to pick up magazines. But the Barnes and Nobles in my new neighborhood has been able to satisfy my publication love. So, I was pleasantly surprised to revisit an old friend of mine, Anthem Magazine.
Thanks Jon. Jonathan is very talented designer at Frog Design in Austin, TX and a dear friend to many of us Huggers.
The man needs no introduction here. Check out his work. Buy his book. He truly elevates our discipline and manages to not be a major dick.
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