Really blown away by these geometric illustrations by Liam Brazier. I’m kind of a sucker for the geometric look right now, (isn’t everyone?) but these seem more unique and take the geo style to the next level.
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I’ve longed loved the illustrations and products from Darling Clementine, a small Norwegian design agency inspired by the past and their Scandinavian design heritage.
top: woodland series, middle: marionette series, bottom: french series.
Check out all their products donning these fab illustrations in their shop.
Because I’m in the midst of an Identity design myself, I’ve been coming across a ton of new work. This project done by Bethany Heck is one of my recent favorites.
Still…nothing compares to the work done for Cavalier Essentials. When I’m done weeping because I didn’t think of first, I’ll be ready to talk about it.
Beautiful illustrations by Nomoco. Nomoco was born in Fukuoka, Japan and currently lives in London. Nature and the French Horn are her inspiration. She enjoys experimenting with various materials and craft-work in her works. For the past few years, she has been especially keen on playing with ink and its organic movement. View more of her work here.
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Dexter on Showtime is by far one of my favorite shows. I love that the show has the ability to make the audience relate to and feel compassionate for a serial killer. Ty Mattson created a great poster series inspired by the show—one poster for each season. (Season 4 was my favorite season and favorite poster!) Prints will be available soon on the Showtime website.
I’ve been eyeing this Poketo bag from Target. I just love the bright colors and simple, geometric pattern. I decided to check out the Poketo website to see all their products and it’s pure eye candy. Here are some of my favorites:
Tad Carpenter is an illustrator and designer based out of Kansas City, Missouri. His work might look a little familiar because he’s worked with well-known clients such as Target, Kid Robot, Chronicle Books and Chop Shop Records to name a few. I am in love with his whimsical and graphic point of view—it definitely puts a smile on my face.
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