Posts Tagged ‘Graphic Design

Illustrator and graphic designer Samuel Castano’s influences for his design work derives from many things. They include  recycling, Latin America, cultural hybridization, movies, politics, art, riding his bicycle, found things, leaves, and DIY. His designs range from illustrations, to posters, logos and type treatments. No matter the medium, his work oozes a textural feel . [...]

We told you about Scion’s ‘The Big Idea’ exhibition opening this Saturday June 25, 2011 in L.A, which showcases a roster of art directors, illustrators and graphic designers, and their interpretation of visual communication in artistic form. Here’s a sneak peak video on the artists in the show…

A new exhibition presented by Scion, titled ”The Big Idea”, curated by the Paris-based creative agency Monsieur L’Agent, showcases a roster of art directors, illustrators and graphic designers, and their interpretation of visual communication in artistic form. Monsieur L’Agent has forged a reputation for delivering innovative graphic solutions to a range of projects and briefs [...]

Print advertising design for TEDx Vienna, depicting Andy Warhol, Mark Zuckerberg and Yuri Gagarin. From Creative Director Alexander Schönburg, at Agency 4e7 in Vienna, Austria.

The Alamo Drafthouse is known for hosting classic film events and the month of June is no different. This month they have The Texas Monthly Rolling Roadshow which includes ten Texas films: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Bonnie and Clyde, Blood Simple, Hud, Giant, No Country For Old Men, Red River, Tender Mercies, The Last Picture Show [...]

Fans of horror films will really love these gorgeous art prints by graphic designer Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo, who emphasizes facial features with an acute attention to color. Bella Lugosi is Dead

State of the Obvious brands teamed up with the Design Museum for these exclusive typography inspired gelaskins and covers. Designed to appeal to typography and design lovers, these products has been heavily influenced by the International Typographic Style from the 50’s and 60’s.


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