Pentagram are celebrating their 40th anniversary since being founded today, and to do so have created a short film together with 40 posters representing each year. The posters are designed by the 19 partners of Pentagram and all use only black, white and red. Congratulations Pentagram!
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After the massive success of HeyHeyHey‘s first Melvin, people from all over the world requested that they could see it, the only solution: a travelling Melvin (that ‘sends’ postcards). I absolutely adore the different scale of the Melvins, especially the ‘pocket size’ version-it makes the machine feel all the more precious. Wonderful.
Check out Google’s latest project(Google Art Project): visit museums all around the world and examine artworks closer than you probably could in person. I absolutely love this project, it’s a chance for people to see things they have maybe heard about but haven’t had the chance to see.
Absolutely adore these illustrations by Malika Favre. Her aim was to keep the Indian theme throughout the colour palette but to bring a modern edge, wonderfully done!
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Really lovely poster by Ryan Clark, especially love the colour and typography (and the rooster’s tail feathers).
Jude Landry, designer/illustrator/tutor. I came across his work whilst browsing the web and was very surprised by his diversity. Looking at all his different techniques, I find very fascinating and inspiring. The above image is my favourite of the one’s I have looked at thus far, but take a look at the website to view more-it’s so good!!
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Cool video from Metro Gallery, it’s interesting to see a process come together. My favourite has to be the painting of the lady by HEESCO.
Came across Dan Blackman (art director/graphic designer) via Form Fifty Five. I really like his rough and quirky edge to the work he does. I have compiled a small overview of his work below. Hope you enjoy as much as I do.
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Bringing the humour into a logo. Love the medium used too.
Love this series of beer prints by Dave Murray, who has put a cubist spin on the subjects.