Jacqueline Casey

03 June 2009

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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

In an expression of the inexpressible

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.

Dates

August 7—27, 2009
Opening reception: Friday, August 7th, 5pm—9pm
Dean Johnson Gallery, Indianapolis IN
More info here

Jung + Wenig

03 June 2009

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Nice posters and books by German designers Jung + Wenig.

Marcroy Smith

02 June 2009

Nice portfolio from Marcroy Smith, a graduate of Brighton University. He specializes in design, illustration and screen print.

Matt John Gill

02 June 2009

Matt Gill from London.

Way Shape Form

02 June 2009

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Another duo, Way Shape Form. Check out their self-published Accidental Poetry by Twenty-one (Russian) Brides-to-be. Content is everywhere, even in spam.

GOOD Magazine just uploaded a Flickr set of all their beautifully designed infographics from past issues. Nice little resource.

okaybeta™

31 May 2009

Carl Bender is a very recent grad from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Great work, thanks for the link!

Gotta Moo

29 May 2009

For Narani Kannan’s final-year project at Ontario College of Art & Design, she designed and conceptualized an eco-friendly dairy product line called Gotta Moo. There’s so much I love about this project… every detail down to the “Sugarcane Bagasse molded pulp paper” has been carefully considered. She’s obviously on her way to being a design superstar. See more of her work on Behance.

PIPI

29 May 2009

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If you follow design for some years you see collaborations and new studios form between talented people. PIPI combines the styles of Alain Rodriguez and Raphaël Garnier. A good match.