Graphic Novelist Neil Gaiman recently collaborated with fans on Twitter for a new book entitled A Calendar of Tales, as part of a Blackberry “Keep Moving” campaign. The stories were then transformed into a handsome, limited edition book, designed by …
ShaoLan Hsueh’s Chineasy is a ingenious Kickstarter project that involves teaching Chinese through creating memorable illustrations from Chinese characters. Read more about the project here. Via Creative Bloq.
Dublin-based designer Steve Simpson illustrated this poster for a local theater’s season of films celebrating composer Ennio Morricone, best known for his work with the spaghetti westerns of the 1960s. Check out a more detailed look here.
Aaron Draplin took over the Design Envy blog last week and shared some of his favorite things, including this Baroness print by Mike Davis from Burlesque of North America. Via Design Envy.
Extraordinary book jacket design by Tanamachi Studios for Puffin Books’ recent redesigns of popular children’s books. Wizard of Oz, Pippi Longstocking and Peter Pan (pictured below) are now available. Via Design Work Life.
Jonny Wan created these high quality illustrations for a Print for Good letterpress poster series. Via FPO.
This full-page newspaper ad for the Empire State Relief Fund was created in collaboration between Google Creative Lab and Michael Freimuth’s team at Franklyn. Via ADC Young Guns.