Graphic calendar created by Moscow-based Yulya Plotnik is a perfect example of artists and designers shining light on printed culture.
Barcelona agency BLOCD sent an awesome bottle of wine for their clients including a lovely silkscreened packaging indulging them to take colour pencils and draw together over the illustration printed on it.
Leading Russian graphic design and identity systems studio Eskimo released their new personal branding. Check it out and find previous works of studio chief Pavel Emelyanov posted on our blog
Stefanie Brückler is a graphic designer based in Graz, Austria. She specialises in both print and digital design with particular interest in branding, editorial design and typography.
Paper artist and illustrator Ollanski is a graduate from Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden and his formal education is in Biomedicine with a specialisation in molecular neurobiology. However, his life has evolved around…
Be creative in 2015 following every month words of wisdom of the Mr Cup (Barral Fabien) creative manifesto letterpress calendar. Limited to 500 copies, it is composed of 13 cards printed on 700g…
Poster designs made by Jorgen Grotdal, designer and lettering specialist from Trondheim Norway. Grewing up in a rougher surrounding and handcrafted area, he is inspired by vintage accessories and ideaful simple inverted letterings….
Channel One Russia commissioned lettering master Igor Mustaev to work on winter festive TV splashes that he did on chalkboard. View it on Behance
Áron Filkey is a Hungarian graphic designer specializing in hand-made and analogue solutions of graphic works. Check his clever graphic designs on aronfilkey.com
EDB Singapore is a lead government agency that hired a great bunch (with the help of The Secret Little Agency) of digital magicians from Ars Thanea. Creative guideline was clear – the illustrations…
UK-based home cinema brand Superfi has a fun series of photographs that imagines what it would be like if Apple designed and sold The Beatles’ albums.
Graphic designer Sarah Brockett created the project Bold Bakery, an unconventional bakery that stuffs its cakes and cookies with sarcasm and sass instead of cream and sugar.