04/11/2014: Creative Routines graphics

Core77 editor (and former Print editor) Mason Currey collaborated with designer RJ Andrews for this inspirational and intriguing look into the habits of creatives. The result is a book complete fascinating charts showing how composers, authors, artists and other great …


04/10/2014: Up Global logo process

Brent Couchman gives an excellent process interview of how he created and applied the logo for Seattle-based Up Global, a company that assist entrepreneurial efforts on all levels. It’s impressive to not only see how well the solution works against …


04/09/2014: Minimalist pop culture icons

Barcelona-based design studio Hey create these instantly recognizable illustrations of pop culture icons on their Instagram account EveryHey. No one is off limits – movie stars (Bill Murray), painters (Pablo Picasso), fairy tale heros (Snow White) and fictional teenage werewolves …


04/07/2014: Banner illustrations

Alex Walker creates stylized illustrations, many with a science theme and all with a unique perspective. This is one of the banners created for tech site Near Now for the research program Internet of Growing Things. The shaded dot patterns …


04/03/2014: James Harden illustrations

James Harden, the charismatic guard for the Houston Rockets, has the personality and look to inspire rampant fandom, but none have been more creative in expressing it than designer/illustrator Filip Peraić. His series, The Illustrated James Harden, renders the bearded wonder’s …


04/02/2014: Art Review magazine covers

John Morgan Studio has built up a nice portfolio of book and magazine design, including these creative concepts for Art Review magazine. Check out more of their work here. Via Creative Boom.


04/01/2014: Nightclub posters

London-based designer Ross Gunter designed these clean, thematic posters for events at a nightclub, using shapes, lines, typography. The layout in each poster is consistent, while each graphic element provide the variety of the series. Check out more here. Via …


03/31/2014: Typolitic project

Typolitic gathers the top typographic work from international design students. This typeface, called Occupy Monotype, was created by Aaron Gillett and Luke Robertson, students of Queensland College of Art and Griffith University in Australia. The project stemmed out of creating …


03/28/2014: Molly Watson logo

Just what a communications company needs: a clearly-stated logo. Created for Molly Watson by London-based Studio Blackburn, this logo’s strengths lie in its simplicity, boldness and cleverness. The gold leaps out against the gray and black neutrals of the company’s …