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Fonts.

15 Jul

Well i’ve just been on a free font downloading spree its safe to say my font books doubled in size ^_^

Here are a few i got which have very talented font designer on them not just one of the font sites.

26 zeichen has a really interesting library of fonts! not all of the are available to download ūüė¶ but theres some really interesting ones in there i spend quite a bit of time looking through all these have fun!

Neal Fletcher whose a 22 year old graphics STUDENT! i wish i was this good! really nice typography defiantly one to look out for i see good thing coming his way!

 

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Help Japan Art.

17 Mar

With the devastation of Japan alot of artist have risen to the occasion with there support art, its truly inspiring to see how many people have put the effort in to help raise money to help Japan. Heres some of the Help Japan art.

Also if anyone what to make a donation straight to the cause go to british red cross (if your in the UK).

Cme Final

26 Feb

David Mascha.

14 Jan

David Mascha was born in Vienna, Austria. And designer, artist, illustrator.  I  Really like his work tis very nice! check it out!

M/M paris

7 Jan

M/M paris is an art and design partnership consisting of Mathias Auguestynaik and Michael Amzalag established in Paris in 1992.

I seen there work at the start of the magazine project they were in  one of the books i took out from the libary about magazine design! i the one poster court my eye the not a ghost just a shell one below.

so i desided  to look into them more and they got some really interesting stuff so heres some!

David Carson.

7 Jan

David Carson is principal and chief designer of David Carson Design, Inc. with offices in del mar,california and zurich switzerland.

I love David Carsons work its very inspirational defiantly in my top ten!

why not associates.

7 Jan

why not associates is a british graphic design company with global reach. they turn their passion for design into commercial success for clients in business, government and the public sector.

for nearly two decades, why not associates has been creating innovative work for clients large and small. their team works in many different media on many types of projects, including corporate identity, digital design, motion graphics and television commercial direction, editorial design, environmental design, publishing, and public art.

Well im starting to compile my top 10 everythings and i’ve been meaning to put alot of people on here for last year but keep getting caught up with the new people ive been looking at ive totally forgot! so here goes. why not associates. I really like there work mainly there environmental work and book design! But tis all good so heres some!

Valístika Studio

5 Jan

05/01/10

Guadalupe Cos-Gayon Al√≠a and Miguel Abio Ruiz make up the creative couple. They both were formed in Design and Illustration at the Real Casa de la Moneda in Madrid and Later Guadalupe in Advertising Graphics at the N¬ļ 10 Art School in Madrid.

They have worked together as the creative direction & design team since 2006. They work on a range of projects including art direction, design, illustration and custom typography for arts & culture, fashion and advertising clients.

‚ÄúThe thing that makes us most proud is to able in the creative process of all our projects, to express ourselves,¬†our feelings and the keep in constant search of our own style‚ÄĚ.

The medias they like most are always handmade, drawing, collage, painting… and then work on a digital bases (if necessary).

I some of there work very inspiring. I particularly like there illustrations! heres some i like for you to see.

Joe Porter

5 Jan

5/01/10

Joe Porter is a freelance graphic designer. I came across him when on the computer arts website and thought his work was very interesting and different! and he’s a recent brighton graduate! heres some of his work!

Yulia Brodskaya

30 Dec

30/12/09

Yulia Brodskaya was born in Russia (Moscow); prior to moving to the UK in 2004 she was interested in diverse creative practices ranging from Textile Painting, Origami and Collage to more traditional Fine Art practices. Following an MA in Graphic Communication (2006, University of Hertfordshire) she has continued to experiment and explore ways of bringing together all the things she likes most: typography, paper, and highly detailed hand-made craft objects.

I’ve seen her work before and loved it but i havent got around to putting her on my blog till now after see her on my friends blog! ^_^ . The most unquie thing about her work is her papergrahpic work which in my opinion is amazing! i love it its so intricate and looks fab! heres a few!