Gabrielle Matte, a San Francisco–based graphic designer and illustrator, is fascinated and inspired by craftspeople. Does it show in her work?
If you enjoy a good movie poster, then you're going to love Designer of the Week Chungkong's ongoing minimalist movie posters side project.
Jay Kim specializes in both motion design and brand identity development, and enjoys creating visualizations based on observation, research and data.
Artists who are known for their active participation in design activism, including Garland Kirkpatrick, come together for an exhibit in Seattle.
[Call for entries: HOW Logo Design Awards] Whether he’s pulling inspiration from Japanese candy packaging, executing fun side projects with friends or pondering his next “random” creative challenge, Designer of the Week Johnross Post certainly knows how to keep things interesting. Explore his bold work below. Name: Johnross Post Firm: art director at DDB Chicago Location: Chicago Website: johnrosspost.com...
Meet Stephen Andrade, an illustrator who brings to life beloved movies and television shows on the covers of vintage-style pulp fiction magazines.
Designer of the Week Dava Guthmiller is CEO and creative director for Noise 13 Design, an all-women branding firm that's been going strong for 17 years now.
Designer of the Week Yoni Alter uses the city of London as a source of inspiration, which is evident in much of his vibrant work.
London-based Designer of the Week Andrew Rae recently caught the attention of our editorial team with a #hashtag10 illustration he did for Twitter.
Arlen Schumer is known for delivering powerful, energetic and entertaining "VisuaLectures." Explore a preview of his latest about Jack Kirby.