Violaine & Jérémy

Violaine  Jeremy

Violaine Jérémy is a French illustration and graphic arts studio founded by Violaine Orsoni and Jérémy Schneider. Unafraid of mixing digital and traditional techniques, the studio often combines custom designed typefaces with impressive pencil drawings. Their projects with Parisian institutions such as the Musée des Arts Décoratifs exude the studio’s talent for creating identity systems that are chic and elegantly edgy.

Violaine  Jeremy

Violaine  Jeremy

 

Violaine  Jeremy

Violaine  Jeremy

 

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Raúl Soria

Raul Soria

The illustrations of Spanish artist, Raúl Soria, are filled with vivacious colors, whimsical patterns, and pleasant surprises. Although his work is already lively and often surreal, his use of animated GIFs gives his portfolio an extra dose of charm. Don’t be surprised if one of his characters suddenly gives you a friendly wink or curiously raises an eyebrow.

Raul Soria

Raul Soria

Raul Soria

Raul Soria

Raul Soria

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New Metaphore Books
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Design Facts

Design Facts

Did you know that it took Adrian Frutiger three years to design the twenty-one sans-serif fonts that make up the Univers family? Or did you know that in 2010, Milton Glaser was the first designer to receive the National Medal of Arts? On Design Facts,designer and art director, Shane Bzdok, shares facts about the history of graphic design, the people who have shaped the craft, and the impact design has made on our culture. To read these fun facts and submit some of your own, make sure to visit the site today and follow its Twitter page.

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Sponsor // Yana Typeface

Yana by Laura Worthington

 

Classy, calligraphic, and confident. Yana’s classical proportions convey worldly sophistication and experience. Yet unlike more staid classical faces, Yana’s concave terminals and elegantly flared serifs suggest romance, mystery, and a touch of Victorian extravagance.

Designed as a versatile family for everything from text use to headlines and titling, you’ll find yourself using Yana in project after project. Yana is available in regular, bold, and italic variants, and includes two sets of swash capitals — each available in standard sizes and small caps, but also in mid-sized petite caps, ideal for adding beautiful, properly scaled flourishes to the middle or end of wordmarks.

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Yana by Laura Worthington

 

  • 3 different styles make up the Yana Family: Regular, Bold and Italics.
  • Every style comes available in standard sizes, small caps and mid-sized petite caps.
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  • This versatile serif face sports more than 200 alternates, Old-Style Numbers, Small and Large Caps, and more.

 

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Maite Franchi

Maite Franchi

Maite Franchi is a graphic designer and illustrator based in Lyon, France. As seen within her collaborations with Sony, The Huffington Post, and Vanity Fair she crafts editorial illustrations with a bold emphasis on texture and refined color palettes. Often illustrating for articles about cooking and travel, her portfolio is jam-packed with appetizing food illustrations that beautifully pop behind geometric patterns. If pixels were edible, her work would look good enough to eat.

Maite Franchi

Maite Franchi

 

Maite Franchi

Maite Franchi

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Karolis Strautniekas

Karolis Strautniekas

Looking through the portfolio of Lithuanian illustrator, Karolis Strautniekas, feels like stepping onto the set of a film noir movie. Brimming with dark silhouettes, cool tones, and grainy textures, his illustrations tell stories that are seductively mysterious. His work can be found gracing the pages of The New York Times, Forbes, and on his blog where he posts side projects and works in progress.

Karolis Strautniekas

Karolis Strautniekas

Karolis Strautniekas

Karolis Strautniekas

Karolis Strautniekas

 

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Twice

Twice

Twice is a Paris-based design studio founded by Fanny le Bras and Clémentine Berry. The duo combines organic textures and abstract shapes to design chic album covers, posters, and lookbooks. Their use of bright colors and bold photography make their designs just as unique and lively as the music and events they often accompany.

Twice

Twice

Twice

Twice

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David Biskup

David Biskup

David Biskup is a London based artist whose illustrations have graced the pages of prominent publications such as The New York Times and The Guardian. His signature style combines bright colors, playful characters, and a touch of dark and risqué humor. In addition to his freelance work, he also publishes visual novellas inspired by his personal life and man’s relationship with creativity.

David Biskup

David Biskup

David Biskup

David Biskup

David Biskup

David Biskup

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Jordan Metcalf

Jordan Metcalf

Jordan Metcalf is a Cape Town-based designer, illustrator, and artist who concentrates on type-focused design and lettering. Not afraid to experiment and willing to tackle any letterform, he has collaborated with a variety of clients, including Nike, Adobe, and Harper Collins. His inventive compositions are witty, alluring, and often include a balance of elegant ornamentation and accentuating textures. Although he mostly works digitally, he has also employed tactile mediums such as laser cut perspex and etched wood.

Jordan Metcalf

Jordan Metcalf

Jordan Metcalf

Jordan Metcalf

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makebardo

makebardo

makebardo is a design studio based in Queenstown, New Zealand that specializes in packaging design, brand strategy, signage systems, and wayfinding. The studio highly values minimal design and its power to be memorable and recognizable, as seen in their work for Cargo Brewery. To differentiate Cargo from other premium breweries, the studio aspired to design a branding and packaging system that is as clean and pure as the water that is used to make the beer.

makebardo

makebardo

makebardo

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