Archive for the Graphic Design Category

Andy Gilmore, cover of Creative Review

Posted in Art, Graphic Design on June 26, 2009 by vetika

Gratuitous self-promotion on this post. Andy Gilmore, Vetika shop artist, cover of Creative Review Magazine 2009.

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Bad Turkish Graphics

Posted in Graphic Design with tags on April 15, 2009 by earstoasphalt

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Aesthetics

Posted in Graphic Design on April 12, 2009 by vetika

‘Aesthetics’ died back in the early 00’s. Always the best graphics and superb art direction (they also had an awesome Tamiya-style box art series), pictures of their boards are hard to come by.

Here’s a treat: their handheld series from around 2002.

And some more:

Livery Series:

Progress

Posted in Exhibitions, Graphic Design on March 24, 2009 by Adam Tickle

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Support the good pupils of Bath Spa university.

Friday 3 April 2009/ 6 – 8pm

The Dray Walk Gallery/

Brick Lane, London E1 6QL

We Are In Progress

New Skateboard Graphics

Posted in Graphic Design, Illustration, Product Design on March 21, 2009 by vetika

No sooner do I mention Michael Leon (in my previous post about www.lovelypackage.com) does he pop up again, writing the foreward and showcasing some of his work in a new book about skateboard graphics. Books about skateboard graphics have been done before, some good, some bad. This one features one of my personal favourites Evan Hecox, Arkitip cohort and artist for Chocolate skateboards, so this one’s definitely on the ‘must have’ list.

 

Evan Hecox book spread

Evan Hecox book spread

 Michael Leon for Rasa Libre (RIP)

Check out some of the boards Michael Leon did for the now defunct Rasa Libre. What could be more awesome than an octopus floating in space?

I’ll tell you:

Nothing could be more awesome than an octopus floating in space.

Razzle Dazzle

Posted in Art, Graphic Design with tags , , on March 20, 2009 by mrlolly

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Fine artist Norman Wilkinson created camoflaged ships in world war one, Based in part on the artistic fashions of the time, particularly Cubism. The result was “Dazzle Painting” the yanks called it “Razzle Dazzle.” The idea was that it broke up the lines of a ship so you couldn’t tell which was the front or the stern. I think all cars should be painted like this.

1970’s Findings

Posted in Graphic Design, Photography on March 18, 2009 by Adam Tickle

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