Jonny from Fluid Design got in touch to let us know about their web update. They’re based out of Birmingham.
GrandArmy were recently in touch to let us know about their new and improved website. Some beautiful work there.
We May Vary is a showcase of work from thirty five graduates at the University of Salford – from the graphic design degree course. The work varies from illustration and typography to screen based work.
Aisha Barry, aka Miss Pralina, sent us an email the other day. She is originally from Africa, lived in Belgium, and currently resides in Montreal. Thanks for the link!
So many nice projects… don’t know which ones to post!
Check out Mona Kim’s site
A few of these posters have popped up here and there lately. Thought I should pass along a link to the full collection. Stunning work: The Jacqueline Casey Poster Collection
From the first visuals featured on rock and roll record sleeves through contemporary music videos and magazines, graphic design has played and integral role in visualizing music.
For instance, Andy Warhol’s artwork for the Velvet Underground and Peter Saville’s iconic Joy Division album covers are forever burned in our collective cultural memory as images synonymous with the music.
In An Expression of the Inexpressible features contemporary international designers whose work showcases the current interactions of music and design.
This exhibition features art, graphic design and video works by Stefan Sagmeister, Non-Format, Karlssonwilker, Mike Mills, Trevor Jackson, Yokoland, Sara Haraigue, Mario Hugo, RD Granados, Stereotype Design, Standard Motion, Si Scott, Sonnenzimmer, Roger Bova, Shannon McGlothin, Jean Jullien, Hannah Waldron, Mike Little, Chris Rubino and Géraldine Georges.
August 7—27, 2009
Opening reception: Friday, August 7th, 5pm—9pm
Dean Johnson Gallery, Indianapolis IN
More info here