I’m a sucker for minimalism in clothes, design and interior design. Give me a pair of white jeans and a perfect grey t-shirt and I die. Something similar happened when I first laid eyes on Joseph Ling’s clever posters. He illustrates films by using single elements, like Scarlett’s bum (what’s up with those transparent grandma […]
With her Unthings-Things illustrations, graphic designer Nina Georgieva coolly breaks things up into the parts that form the whole, then rearranges these parts to become what they are not. It’s a fascinating exercise in words (who’d have thought that the antithesis of ‘ion’ could be ‘union’?) and fussfree design.
Shout (Alessandro Gottardo) is one clever dude. A seemingly inexhaustible stream of inventive, crafty, witty ideas, yet executed with glorious restraint and wonderfully self-assured delicacy (his name is somewhat of a misnomer). Despite his minimalism, muted colours and careful but rough lines, his style is distinctive and playful.