01/08/2010 — by Harrison Boyce
The guys at Morning Breath from Brooklyn, NY have updated with a new website. The site is more of a blog format with a SERIOUS archive of all their work showcasing everything from their current poster work to their old Jay-Z album covers! Make sure to spend some time on their site and keep reading to check out some of their work. p.s. Andrew and I are out in Brooklyn, so if anyone reading this from NY, hit us up!
12/21/2009 — by Harrison Boyce
Brandnew, one of the best brand identity websites around has a great roundup of the best and worst identities of 2009. There are some great examples of both good and bad identities like the above beautiful Paul Rand designed Yale logo (on the left) that was dumped for the new version (on the right) and surprisingly enough the re-brand for Aol. pulled in the top spot of best identity of 09!
12/20/2009 — by Harrison Boyce
Mutiny has had a great ad camping going over the past year that consisted of a perfect formula: great photography, simple typography, and a new little graphic element for each ad. The ads are also very consistent with out being to repetitive. With the photo as the main focus, each ad is able to take on a life of its own while staying true to the campaign.
12/18/2009 — by Harrison Boyce
Check out some great print and editorial design from New York City designer Michael Freimuth.
12/06/2009 — by Harrison Boyce
Check out some rad work from design studio Carefully Considered. I’m really digging the soap above as well as the graphics for the motorcycles.
12/02/2009 — by Harrison Boyce
Advertising giants Wieden + Kennedy just launched a new website this week. With offices all over the world and a client list that will make your jaw drop, it can get a bit overwhelming trying to understand everything that is W+K. Their new website organizes all their work by each office and they have really edited down the selection of work shown to keep your head from exploding. Along with their work, they have a very active blog that is updated by all the different offices, a WK Entertainment section which is an “arts and culture digital content delivery platform”, a People section with photos of everyone who works for W+K, and so much more. Check out the new W+K site at wk.com and keep reading to check out some of their work as well as some of their classic commericals.
11/16/2009 — by Harrison Boyce
Ill Studio is a collective of 10 French creatives – photographers, designers, typographers, illustrators, motion designers – that all work together on a wide range of projects. I was drawn to them through their work with clothing company Six Pack and I’m really in love with all of their print and t-shirt designs.
11/13/2009 — by Harrison Boyce
Chris Gray is a designer from Manchester, England how works under the name We Shall See. He has some great design and photography projects on his site and I’m really into his simple illustration style.
11/04/2009 — by David Lang
Tom Chung, brother of Andy Chung and industrial design student at the Vancouver art school Emily Carr, has been killing the GIF scene lately. With an eye for short catchy video clips, his tumblr blog originalgifs featuring only work of his own creation has proven to be popular on ffffound as well as other tumblr sites of all things GIF.
Hit the jump for some exclusive defgrip GIF creations by Tom Chung as well as a short interview with the man and a tutorial on how to make them yourself.
11/01/2009 — by Harrison Boyce
Bleed, a design studio that has been in my bookmarks for years has updated with a new website and identity. Check out their new site here and keep reading to see some of their work. (via surfstation)
10/28/2009 — by Harrison Boyce
Sebastian Gram is a Danish graphic designer and art director. I’m not sure what’s more impressive, his work, or the photos of this work.
08/25/2009 — by Harrison Boyce
Graphic designer Adam Roye, who’s responsible for a serious amount of design work that goes on inside BMX has a great video profile on ESPN.
Click here to check out Adam Roye’s profile.
08/06/2009 — by Harrison Boyce
Check out some great work from London based design studio Accept & Proceed.
08/03/2009 — by Harrison Boyce
C100 and Purple Haze, two designers that were sharing a studio in Munich, finally teamed up and are now working together as C100 Purple Haze. They have a new site up with a collection of great work.
07/28/2009 — by Harrison Boyce
Marcroy Smith is a designer and artist that does a lot of rad work with screen printing. Check out a bunch of his work after the jump.