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Work of UK’s Creative Students in First Edition of “This And That Collective’s The Magazine”

By: Julia Wild on Apr 7th 2014
Work of UK's Creative Students in First Edition of "This And That Collective's The Magazine"

Showcasing the work of university students from all over the UK aims to shine light on up and coming artists and the first edition of the magazine is fulled with over 100 pieces of student work from all different areas such as fashion, graphic design, illustration, furniture and typography. The great thing is that there are no rules or guidelines – all students can submit a project of their choice. Harriet went on to explain: “Submitting your work is... CONTINUE READING

Top Graphic Design Projects on Behance this week.

By: Julia Wild on Apr 4th 2014
Top Graphic Design Projects on Behance this week.

To end the week we thought graphicdesign.com readers would enjoy some of the top projects found on behance.net this week. These projects have been created by different designers from around the world and as many of you know behance’s platform is a place where many designers showcase their work and go to to discover creative work. Below are a few of most appreciated projects this week. For those of you who are not familiar with Behance, appreciations are a... CONTINUE READING

10 Poster Designs For Your Inspiration

By: Julia Wild on Apr 2nd 2014
10 Poster Designs For Your Inspiration

Below are some amazing poster designs (in no particular order) by some extremely talented designers from all around the world. The links under each poster will take you to the designer’s website where you can see even more examples for your inspiration. We want you to tell us which is your favorite and why. Or if you feel there is a particular poster of your own that you find inspiring then feel free to share with us. 1. SXSW... CONTINUE READING

Billboard’s New Look is a Hit

By: Matt Cannon on Mar 18th 2013
Billboard’s New Look is a Hit

Since 1966, the magazine’s familiar masthead identity has featured lettering with strong circular forms that suggested records (and later CDs) and kicky “mod” colors. As part of the refresh, the logo has been completely redrawn to emphasize the basic geometry of the name, creating a typeface that echoes the circles of the original and still looks “pop.” The designers have set the name entirely in lowercase, tightened the spacing and, perhaps most importantly, removed the colors from the circles.... CONTINUE READING

Print to Web: Ink to Click The Natural Progression in Newspaper Design

By: Farzana Razak on May 10th 2012
Print to Web: Ink to Click The Natural Progression in Newspaper Design

When was the last time you saw a Millennial, a person aged 18-24, sipping coffee at a café and reading a real, tangible newspaper? According to a recent Pew State of the News media study, 23% of people aged 18-24 read print newspaper. The New York Times reports that 10% of its print subscribers are within the similar age range, almost at par with its cohorts of the digital subscribers. The data compiled by GfK MRI Doublebase shows that... CONTINUE READING

The Art & Sole Cortez iD Collaboration

By: Jo Gifford on Mar 29th 2012
The Art & Sole Cortez iD Collaboration

Sneaker enthusiasts Art & Sole have collaborated with Nike iD for the 40th anniversary of the Nike Cortez running shoe. Four artists, Jiro Bevis, Matthew Nicholson, Shantell Martin and Rose Stallard, were chosen to create artwork for the covers of four limited edition Art & Sole books. The books are sold in packs with a pair of matching Cortez sneakers, and different approaches for each design were used: moving image, sneaker-art, print and sculpture. Jiro Bevis named his cover... CONTINUE READING

David Kirkby Releases Iconic Film Designs

By: Jo Gifford on Mar 23rd 2012
David Kirkby Releases Iconic Film Designs

Hertfordshire based designer David Kirkby has released his latest collection of designs, entitled “Film”. The set is a collection of film inspired prints that, alongside his other body of work are “instantly iconic”. The collection depicts infamous films such as Speed, Saw, 127 hours and Spinal Tap. Each film is illustrated using an infographic style image and printed in bold, bright color. David Kirby’s collections “were born from a passion of great design, illustration and artwork.”(via david kirkby designs)... CONTINUE READING

The London Printworks Trust Launch Counter Feat Art Notes

By: Jo Gifford on Dec 30th 2011
The London Printworks Trust Launch Counter Feat Art Notes

The London Printworks Trust have launched a “Counter Feat” project to aid fundraising and save the printmaking facility in Brixton. The charity is resorting to a brave and innovative approach to keeping their much treasured services open, including art notes designed by Victoria Beckham, Hemingway Design, Zandra Rhodes and Jonathan Saunders. London Printworks Trust is positioned as a center of excellence for textile print, and is based in Brixton, South London, UK. “Our passion has continued for twenty years... CONTINUE READING

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