03.12.08 by Jeff

Yehrin Tong

Yehrin Tong definitely makes my shortlist for creative typographers and all around insane graphic designers. Visit Tong’s site and you will immediately try to bookmark it, unfortunately your head will have already exploded making this task quite difficult.

yehrin tong design designer type typography pattern graphic

yehrin tong design designer type typography pattern graphic

yehrin tong design designer type typography pattern graphic

yehrin tong design designer type typography pattern graphic

yehrin tong design designer type typography pattern graphic

yehrin tong design designer type typography pattern graphic

yehrin tong design designer type typography pattern graphic













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • http://quainthandmade.blogspot.com cindy k

    incredible work! the owls made my head explode!

  • manu

    Very nice, really like him.

  • manu

    oops is a lady:)

  • Kyle

    LOVE THIS!!!!

  • http://www.ciaranoconnor.com ciaran

    twisted genius, love it!

  • http://www.itstheant.blospot.com ant

    maddness! sucha master piece!

  • http://www.somethinghere.com Am

    Actually, I find the patterns quite soothing. They aren’t jarring or hurtful to the eyes, that’s for sure. :) I’m pretty sure it takes a lot of skill to create repeating patterns that don’t induce epileptic fits in one!

  • qamar

    Really like the tiger one. very echer!

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  • so

    this looks really trippy when you scroll down haha :)

  • Kungfupoulet

    Kusama like. I love it! The patterns are not even making me dizzy.

  • Keely

    So amazing <3





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