Category: Graphic Design (page 1 of 4)

The poster for the film “The Killing of a Sacred Dear”

This is the official poster for Yiorgos Lanthimos‘ new film: “The Killing of a Sacred Dear” designed by Vasilis Marmatakis. Once again, Marmatakis has created a strange, but also very memorable film poster, that is also special in its own way.

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Great logo for a sophisticated cocktail bar

This is a beautiful logo designed by Greek illustrator Costas Theoxaris for Mary Pickford, a new cocktail bar in Piraeus, Greece. I especially love the gold stencil logo as a mural! Exquisite work and very art deco style.

Poster for Syros International Film Festival

A beautiful screen-printed poster designed by Kostantia Manthou for Syros International Film Festival 2016, printed with love by Tind.

As commented by Bryony Gomez-Palacio, the editor of For Print Only: “Crumpled paper recreated on paper never looked as good as it does in this halftone, split fountain achievement.” 

Colorful business cards

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Khatulistiwa colorful business cards, colorful cards, screen-printed cards

Khatulistiwa colorful business cards, colorful cards, screen-printed cards

Khatulistiwa colorful business cards, screen-printed cards, colorful cards, miniatures

Love these exotically colorful screen-printed cards for “Khatulistiwa”, a travel consultancy business in Bali. They are designed by Jakarta-based agency The 1984. The name card is screen-printed in several alternating colors on very thick 500gsm paper. The edge coloring gives a great finishing touch.

A selection for the Chinese New Year

On Saturday January 28 it is the Chinese New Year and this year it is the Year of the Rooster. These are just some nice illustrations for greeting cards by Japanese designers.

On a more artistic level, Japanese artist Feebee has created an imaginary beast, a fantastical combination of all 12 zodiac animals. The beast features parts from a  rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog and pig all in one. It was inspired by the piece “A Beast called Kotobuki” that was created as a woodblock print by an ukiyo-e artist from the late Edo period (1848–54).

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Abstract: The Art of Design documentary

This new Netflix documentary series called Abstract: The Art of Design looks really interesting! Designer Paula Scher, illustrator Christoph Niemann, photographer Platon, interior designer Ilse Crawford are just some of the creative people featured.

Women’s March on Instagram

By Lisa Congdon

By Kyle Letendre

 

By Christoph Niemann

By Oliver Jeffers

By Zoe Ingram

By Adam J. Kurtz

By Deva Pardue of “All womankind”

By Erik Marinovitch

These are all from my Instagram feed. I felt the need to document all the inspiring things people created and posted for this past weekend’s Women’s March in major US cities. I wish I was there to participate, and I am happy to hear that many of our friends and relatives did so. As a mom of three girls I think it is more important than ever “to show up and speak up” for women’s rights and equality for all, because unfortunately whatever happens in Trump-land affects us all.

Twelve Musketeers calendar for 2017

Twelve designers, created different hand printed pages for twelve months and the result is a fine letterpressed desk calendar standing on a hand cut wooden stand. You can order here.

Logo for a tattoo studio


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Nice floral logo and applications for a Chicago tattoo studio by designer, lettering artist & illustrator Kyle Letendre. The studio is strong on nature-focused work, hence the flowers.

Remember those great Volkswagen ads?

A delightful and insightful short documentary about the groundbreaking advertising campaign DDB created for Volkswagen, universally acknowledged to be the greatest and most influential of all time. At the time simplicity was the key, but this is why these ads are still so modern!

This is a film by British filmmaker Joe Marcantonio. His father Alfredo was the advertising manager of VW in the seventies and in 1982, he co-authored the book with the same title.

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