Iain McIntosh is a prolific illustrator. He is probably best known for his work for several whisky brands, but his crafted, timeless, often witty illustrations make up a diverse portfolio.
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Edinburgh illustrator Daniel Seex has developed a witty and diverse portfolio since graduating from Telford College in 2011. I am looking forward to seeing more of his work in the future.
I was reminded of the work of Keith Shore after seeing several of his designs on bottles of Mikkeller. It looks like Keith has a great relationship with the “phantom” brewery with both client and illustrator having fun with each project.
Sydney based designer Dave Foster has developed an impressive portfolio and CV since graduating from Swinburne University in 2005. In 2012 Dave completed the ‘Master of Type and Media, Typeface Design’ course at Den Haag, The Netherlands which has clearly been worth the effort.
Nick Albertson creates beautiful images from everyday objects:
“I strip utilitarian objects of their functions, repurposing them to create visceral experiences. Items with little visual intrigue are organized so as to have a powerful aesthetic impact.”
Incredible skill and craft from calligrapher Oriol Miró.
Erretres are an established design agency in Madrid with a comprehensive portfolio of excellent work.
Spanish readers of FormFiftyFive will also be interested in their blog
Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre have an incredible photography portfolio of abandoned and derelict buildings in Detroit and throughout the US.
Talking are a design studio in Barcelona. Their work has a strong editorial slant and typical Catalan flair, underpinned by disciplined typography.
Andrew Archer is a 26-year-old New Zealander with a fantastic, witty and diverse illustration portfolio.
Stunning black and white photography from Berlin based Michael Schlegel.
Fran Marchesi has just graduated from St Martins and has been obviously having great fun with hand-drawn type. She also has some lovely illustrations in her folio – I’m looking forward to seeing more of her work soon.
One of her degree show pieces made it on to the CR blog too. Good work.