Minimals Paper Goods
A website that offers minimal illustrations on various printed pieces, from greeting cards to prints to invitations.
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The “Woodsman” table collection is a unique and whimsical perspective on The Brothers Grimm Little Red Riding Hood story.
Custom framed typography.
Things come apart
Toronto-based photographer todd mclellan, explores retro to modern daily items that have, are, or will be in our everyday lives. displayed within the exhibition, every piece of various household items - a phone, lawnmower and typewriter - are meticulously taken apart, and arranged in an organized composition. in another take on a childhood fantasy, mclellan photographs the disassembled pieces as he ejects them into mid-air, allowing pieces to rain down in an explosion-like fashion - offering a commentary on obsolete technologies from the past.
Beautiful typography work of Dominique Falla
A designer/artist who works in a variety of tactile mediums and combines digital creation with analogue output for exhibitions, publications and creative projects.
Reconstructing the View
Photographers Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe have collaborated on a reconstructive photography project, where old postcards and pictures are layered over modern day pictures to create intriguing new images.
Thin Line (feat. Buffalo Madonna)
- Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
- The Heist (Deluxe Edition)
- 220 plays
The work of Scott Biersack
Aka youbringfire Scott is a graphic design designer from Phoenix, Arizona
Design Rebel Without a Cause.
Little bit of design humour, turned into a print which you can find here. I’ll be adding to and updating the page more often in the summer.
The Good Store
As a student project, designer Fred Carriedo created extensive identity and packaging systems for The Good Store, a fictional shop associated with GOOD Magazine, that encompasses several product lines.
The work of Ryan Hamrick
Letterer, designer and writer from Pittsburg.
Bogota-based graphic designer and illustrator Jaime Calderón has re-imagined the iconic thumb-up symbol with the hands of well-known superheroes.
Daniel Richards Chalk Lettering
It’s not necessarily a negative thing, just interesting to say the least.