One of Scotland’s finest, Graphical House, have just launched their new site — showcasing their highly crafted and considered work across a variety of disciplines. Inspiring stuff!
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Designer Shane Loorham – working under the alias Silent Partner – showcases some great, crafted and thoughtful projects across a range of disciplines (several of which have involved close collaboration with other designers). Take a look!
Really liking the work of London-based Studio Small, who have relaunched their site – showcasing a great selection of projects for a variety of clients, it’s definitely worth a look.
Lots of lovely packaging, food and restaurant branding by Irving & Co – especially like their work for a range of skincare products by Rapha.
Some great branding work in the portfolio of Mike Valentine, a designer currently residing in Philadelphia – a really nice sensibility and approach runs through all of his work. Definitely worth a look.
Whilst doing some research for a project recently, I came across this excellent archive of pictograms by German artist Gerd Arntz. Designed to convey a wealth of visual statistics (from industry to the economy) in a straight forward and clear manner, it’s amazing to see that many of these were created around 1930. Truly inspiring stuff!
An excellent body of work from Manchester based freelance designer Patrick Lee, who is now working under the name PlyStudio. One to watch!
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FFF viewers in Edinburgh should head along to Pageant this evening for the opening night of Focal Range, a mixed media exhibition focussing on the prevalence of CCTV in the urban environment, by graphic artist Derm. From 7pm at Pageant, 10 Lauriston Street, Edinburgh. Hope to see you there!
Nice editorial work from DesignBranch, based in Newcastle Upon Tyne.
Nice design and illustration work from Brooklyn based Joshua Prince.
The Plant, based in London and working across a variety of media, have some nice projects under their belts — they also appear to be Jamie Oliver’s agency of choice!