I know this kid’s work is major because I recognized his name before clicking through to his website. And I was not wrong, no way jose! Sometimes it feels like a crime to not post every single piece of work, I just love them all so much. Via September Industry.
Good goodness, talk about complete & prolific package. Studio Lin is the Manhattan-based design studio of Alex Lin. His work covers print, web, motion, identity, there’s really nothing this cat can’t do! Color me a fan, Batman.
I nearly licked my screen when I found this stuff. The rugged-urban woodsy look is SERIOUSLY doing it for me, both graphically and fashion-wise. Gentlemens, take note. Perfection, if there is such a thing, exists right here. Thank you, Caleb Owen Everitt, for making this beautiful work happen. Yes, all of it. Look familiar? Caleb’s… Read more »
Wouldn’t you love to fly on an airline that’s this quirky and playful? Maybe some day when flying is fun again! By Monina Velarde, whose work I’m thrilled to discover and she hails from Chicago too. RAD. Via Quite Strong.
In classic form, 826 (this time in DC) does it again with the Museum of Unnatural History. Design by Oliver Munday. Just gorgeous and so funny. Essence of Unicorn Burps anyone? Via Public School.