Archive for the 'Graphic Design' Category


Stunning portait series from illustrator and designer Melvin Galapon, whose work I have just come across. Have a look through his site and prepare to be amazed at the quality.


Bold, strong Graphic Design from young gun Felix Pfäffli


‘…warped glyphs, harsh perspectives’ by Michiel Schuurman.

Thomas Traum Update

Mr Thomas Traum updates his online portfolio for the Summer including this sleeve for the brilliant Redinho e.p on Numbers.


Recent Kingston graduate Doug Stewart manipulates type via controlled magnetic damage applied to a television set in various positions (video here) creating new, intersting forms.

( via typetoken )



HelloMe is a German based studio headed by Till Wiedeck and founded in 2008.

Surplus Wonder

Creating ‘artistic and poetic ideas that evolve into eye-opening design solutions’, Copenhagen based Surplus Wonder are a recently formed studio and have some great pieces in their portfolio.


Big fan of the work from recent graduate of Ringling College of Art & Design Brian Okarski, working under the banner Never Content. Brian is also 1/2 of  trans-atlantic studio / collective Department International.

GUA | Bloodworth | Rinse

HR favourites Give Up Art and photographer Shaun Bloodworth are busy preparing for new exhibition Rinse: A Visual Retrospective – a ten-day exhibit staged to celebrate the design and photography of the seminal London-based radio station and record label, featuring the work of both creatives.

The event will be held at the Truman Brewery Gallery – shop 14, Hanbury Street, London for 10 days from 12th to 21st of August, falling on the 10th anniversary of the world famous, Rinse-afflilated FWD club night, which is held on 20th August. Big.

( via Type Token )


Alias is a type foundry and graphic design agency founded by David James and Gareth Hauge (via @grafikmag)


Blotto — Berlin

Benoît Santiard

I like this very much, the work of Benoît Santiard.

An Art Service

An Art Service — NY

Quinta-feira Revisit

Time to re-visits one of Brazil’s finest creative studios, Qunita-feira.