Any FFF readers in Glasgow can head over to Recoat Gallery this evening from 7pm for the opening night of their new exhibition entitled Rasterizing. All the work on show has been digitally created, and includes pieces from the likes of Poked Studio, SuzyQ, Mydeadpony and, er… me! (work pictured above, with a most excellent audio accompaniment by Mammal) Hope to see you there!
Posts by Chris L:
Things We Have Found is a great online photo journal, sharing interesting images of people, places and things found by it’s contributors (including my good friend Gordon) whilst out and about in Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Co-founder Mike is on the lookout for folks who would like to share their images on the site. For any FFF readers from Edinburgh or Glasgow interested in joining, you can give Mike a shout at mike(at)workwithmister.com
Navyblue have a brand spanking new website with a nice selection of some recent projects.
Nice range of work in the portfolio of Jarrad Turner.
Awesome branding work and a great, simple little site from Happy F&B.
Great work by multi-disciplinary designer Christopher Allen.
James Stone, AKA mimeArtist, is one of the talented people behind a few of those often viewed and so-good-you-might-cry websites!
Made has, er, ‘made’ some new work since I last looked!
Just a slideshow at the moment, still, some really nice work by Richard Robinson.
Lots of super-nice work from Norwegian brand consultancy Mission — really like this identity for management consultancy Play.
These guys have a nice, playful bunch of work up their sleeves!
Great little site and some top work from this design collective based in Stockholm — really like the intro video that becomes the site navigation.
Amore are a branding consultancy with offices in Sweden and New York — they’ve got quite an interesting website with lots of packaging design and some very good logo work. This has to be the nicest looking can of lager I’ve ever seen!