Music festival poster invites you to promote with graffiti

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By Annie Churdar in New Art on Friday 5 April 2013

Imagine getting this VIP ticket holder package in the mail. It has your ticket and poster. But the poster is a mask and a graffiti stencil. The info booklet is also a stencil and totally interactive. And the grenade shaped box even comes complete with a surprise “jumping-snack-in-a-can prank” to get you in the right mood. With this package, the […]

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Colourful logo made from toothpaste

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By Contributions in New Design on Thursday 14 March 2013

Melbourne-based Lure Graphics is a graphic design studio with an uncommon approach. Founded by 23-year-old graphic designer Melissa Pepers, their effervescent and successful concepts are inspired by life. The eye-catching logo featured here, designed for vending machine company Candy Solutions, demonstrates Lure Graphics’ avant-garde process. Beginning with handcrafted letterforms created from toothpaste, the company’s monogram […]

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Illustration, street art, and design from Dunya Atay

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By Lost At E Minor in New Art on Thursday 20 December 2012

Dunya Atay is a visual artist who works with different mediums across various branches of art – from illustration to graphic design, street art to sculpture. Image creation through line art is her biggest love. You can find her works in some nice publications such as Lurzer’s Archive 2011/12 Best Illustrators, Fresh 3 Cutting Edge Illustrations and Quatro Publishing-Digital Illustration.

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Colourful graphic prints by Jazzberry Blue

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By Eric Petersen in New Design on Thursday 22 November 2012

New York artist Jazzberry Blue uses bright colors and playful pop culture references. His work has crazy titles like ‘Gum, Drugs and Coca Cola (gifts under 5$ for the witchdoctor who has absolutely everything)’. It’s bold, graphic and fun.

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Wu Yimeng’s posters for the Berlin Confucius Insitute

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By Jean-Julien Pous in New Design on Wednesday 11 July 2012

Wu Yimeng is a graphic designer from Berlin who works on book layouts and print for cultural events. Having been in Paris and Berlin after growing up in Shanghai, her rich cultural background blends elegant Chinese tradition with real and digital paint. Her work feels well-balanced, light and playful. Her series of posters for the Berlin Confucius Insitute – the Chinese Cultural center – is remarkable for its theme and approach: objects of daily life bring a visual warmth while standing there without people around.

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Graphic Competitions

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By Laura Wood in Cool Websites on Monday 2 July 2012

Sometimes we are missing opportunities just because we don’t know they are out there. Well, this has to be stopped. If you want to be constantly updated with photography, illustration, animation and graphic design competitions, Graphic Competition is the right website to take an eye on. A collector of good quality competitions of all creative […]

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OuterEdit: new platform for collaborative graphic design

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By Low Lai Chow in Cool Websites on Monday 25 June 2012

My friends recently set up a platform for collaborative graphic design around the globe. It comes with a suitably kickass format: basically, its themed exchange rounds bring a slamming alliance of five graphic designers together every month, who them proceed to rewarp each other’s designs. OuterEdit will launch only on July 17 this year, but […]

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Short film: graphic designer Craig Ward creates real icicles

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By Chris Rubino in Video on Monday 18 June 2012

Graphic designer Craig Ward has stepped into the world of directing. In a new video for British composer Ryan Teague, Ward and his team create a groundbreaking work using electromegnetic fields, sub zero temperatures, and 2000 volts of electricity to grow their very own icicles. Take a few moments, put on some headphones, and prepare to trip out on this mysteriously […]

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Sapling Press: witty letterpress cards and stationary

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By Gemma Robinson in New Design on Saturday 19 May 2012

Pittsburgh-based Sapling Press is the brainchild of graphic designer Lisa Krowinski. Her wonderfully witty letterpress cards and stationary showcase her dry sense of humour and never fail to make me chuckle.

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Belgian creative studio: Designfirst

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By Olivier Piedboeuf in New Design on Friday 18 May 2012

Designfirst is a creative studio located in Belgium, renowned for their meticulous approach to design and project management skills. Considering involvement of design in the heart of companies as guarantee of quality and innovation – because it serves the objectives of the company and also its strategy – the studio helps companies to open new business perspectives around their brand image and client relationships.

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New illustrations by Parisian Emmanuel Romeuf

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By Lost At E Minor in New Design on Friday 18 May 2012

Parisian art director Emmanuel Romeuf has just launched his new website, chock full of clever visual identities and strong illustration work.

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New posters by Niark1 available at Sergeant Paper

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By Mega in New Design on Thursday 17 May 2012

Niark1’s new posters have just been released and are now available at Sergeant Paper. The artist known for his colorful and geometric little monsters introduced those five new giclee prints in Aix-En-Provence for the Second Nature exhibition, where he also painted some wonderful walls.

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100 Posters in 100 Days by Megan Matsuoka

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By Samantha Dalrymple in New Design on Wednesday 16 May 2012

Some people procrastinate, some people are productive. Serial design addict, Megan Matsuoka, defines effort and creativity by creating 100 posters for 100 days. Her style for this project consists of life advice and inspirational words combined with clean, modern, European sleekness. Her project is inspiring for us to create something everyday.

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New font designs by Jack Usine

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By Mega in New Design on Tuesday 15 May 2012

Jack Usine, aka Jules Vernacular, is a graphic designer and font maker. His font factory provides high quality and detailed types. He’s also a new school writer and member of the TT crew.

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Digital illustrations by Mind State

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By Luca Molnar in New Illustration on Saturday 12 May 2012

Mind State is one of those amazing but under-rated illustrators. When I first came across his work, I fell in love with it right away. Those bright colours and crazy symbols just blow my mind. I think his best work is his Mandala collection. Finally, a series of illustrations with meaning and culture, without skulls and half-naked girls.

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