31.01.17 by Staff

Illustrator Spotlight: Jeremy Pettis

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Illustrations by Portland, Oregon-based illustrator and graphic designer Jeremy Pettis. More images below.

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21.09.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Teresa Orazio

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A personal project by graphic designer and art director Teresa Orazio. More images from “Moonmambo” below.

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29.06.16 by Jeff

Graphic Designer Spotlight: Bráulio Amado

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Gorgeous poster designs by Bráulio Amado, a Portuguese graphic designer based in Brooklyn, New York. More images below.

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14.12.15 by Staff

How Technology is Taking Over Our Lives Illustrated by Artist Jean Jullien

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Wonderful observational illustrations critiquing our addiction to technology by French artist Jean Jullien. Jullien studied at Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art and is currently based in London. More images below!

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23.11.15 by Staff

36 Days of Type by Mariano Pascual

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Fantastic contribution to the ongoing 36 Days of Type project by Barcelona-based graphic designer/illustrator, Mariano Pascual. More below!

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22.10.15 by Staff

Bicycle Casts Elephant Shadow

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Another bike-based projection project, this time by Swiss coder and graphic designer, Michael Flückiger. Made using “a speedometer, a projector, a car battery, an iPad mini and OpenFrameworks,” Flückiger’s bicycle casts a projection made to look like the shadow of an elephant walking and/or galloping (depending on how fast he peddles).

Wait… Do elephants gallop? Is “stampeding” inaccurate if there’s only one?

Watch the video and feel free to weigh in on the whole “galloping” thing in the comments below!

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06.07.15 by Kimi Hamada

Anton Hjertstedt

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Fantastic work by graphic designer Anton Hjertstedt. See more of Hjertstedt’s amazing (and saucy!) abstracts below.

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20.05.15 by Staff

Eero Lampinen

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Helsinki-based illustrator and graphic designer Eero Lampinen was featured here back in April of last year after entering a July Submission. (Reminder to submit your stuff to May Submissions, going on now). More images of Lampinen’s work below.

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