minimalist World Cup ilustrations with clues
18th May, 2012
We just love these minimal ilustrations. All about World Cup finals, minimalistic style and … with a little bit of history. Check out for hidden clues! Created by André Filipe Dutra Siqueira (André Fidusi) who found love for illustration back in 2006 and since produced some great minimalistic examples. Here you go..
what if you could only use 8 typefaces for the rest of your life?
12th October, 2010
Unfortunately now sold out – apparently in a rather impressive 2 hours – the PDF version of this lovely new type-geek magazine is understandably a must for anyone with more than a passing interest in the world of fonts and typography. Asking eight high profile designers which typefaces they’d use if they could only ever [...]
a beautiful feast of illustrative-goodness courtesy of London's CIA....
10th August, 2010
A little while back, for the benefit of our Twitter followers – if you’re not already, then why aren’t you? – we told you about having just received a lovely new book, from London based illustration agency, CIA, and also promised that we’d show it off in a bit more detail. Well, firstly apologies for [...]
Oslo based studio's latest concept book is a stunner....
26th July, 2010
Fairly high on our list of ‘must-haves’ at the moment is this rather splendid looking book from brilliant Norwegian studio, Bleed. Limited to 500 copies, the book features 8 of Bleed’s designers and their different interpretations of ‘Hunger‘ and is a rather desirable 200 page tome.
drawing her purchases since 2006, artist documents the mundane....
2nd June, 2010
We’re all becoming more and more obsessed with consumption – but could you imagine documenting your mundane purchases by drawing something that you buy, every day…. since February 5, 2006? Well – that’s just what Wisconsin based artist Kate Bingaman-Burt has been doing with her time…. and now, the parking tickets, coffee, packs of gum, [...]
wonderfully unique recipe book uses illustration over photography....
19th May, 2010
We’ve seen some beautifully designed recipe books over the years, not least those by award-winning designer Caz Hildebrand who, along with the critically acclaimed Jacob Kenedy – chef at ultra-fashionable London Italian Bocca di Lupo, has produced The Geometry of Pasta, a sensationally minimalist homage to the perfect pasta and sauce. Never before have we [...]
new book showcases mid 20th century communications design....
4th May, 2010
There’s something beautifully nostalgic, and indeed inspiring, about perusing vintage public communications posters, probably due to the unfortunate realisation that it’s a relatively lost art… when was the last time you saw a public information poster as simple, effective and stylish as these retro classics? Collector, Paul Rennie is an expert, collector and dealer in [...]