Archive for the ‘Graphic Arts’ Category

Stefan Sagmeister and Jessica Walsh are the creative forces behind this campaign for Aizone, a Middle Eastern department store, that will be featured in newspapers, magazines, and billboards all over Lebanon. The pair are a NYC based design firm that “creates identities, commercials, websites, apps, films, books and objects for clients, audiences and ourselves.” Click […]



My Dead Pony a.k.a. Raphaël Vicenza of Brussels, Belgium, is a self taught artist that mixes digital media,watercolors, and sketches to create these works that are heavily influenced by graffiti, fashion, and street art. While beautiful they also touch on various topics or feelings that are common to many. Visit his website to learn and see […]

Many of you may be familiar with the work of Budi Satria Kwan, aka Radiomode, since his designs have been commissioned by Gap, Yahoo, Tiger Beer, Mberry, Urban Outfitters, Threadless, and Shicon just to mention a few. Mostly known for graphic T-shirt and print designs, his work is also featured on speakers by Urban Fidelity , prints may […]

Apparently the love of the burger is not confined to the U.S., elusive French graphic designers who go only by Quentin and Thomas are behind the glorious Fat & Furious Burger, a blog that celebrates the burger in detailed photo shoots. “We were so bored of random food at lunch, so we started cooking together,”It soon […]

We featured the work of  French designer and artist Jules Julien in an earlier post and these works, Cadavre Exquis/Exquisite Cadaver are just as captivating as the  previous ones. These are digital pigment prints on paper and are hauntingly beautiful, as is the rest of his work.   pb Spotted on jesu



Have you been in a frustrating search for fabric that you can see in your imagination but cannot find? If you aren’t familiar with Spoonflower it might be time to check them out. I have long admired them for offering a way to create fabrics of your own design and now they are offering removable wallpaper […]

Belgian graphic designer and illustrator Geraldine George mixes photography with illustrated items such as birds, animals, and flowers resulting in dynamic yet mysterious images. Visit her website above for much more.    pb Spotted on Lustik