Tuesday, 31 August 2010

Kimberly Chan

I think the work that this young designer is doing is amazing! Awesome awesome awesome! Looking forward to seeing what else she comes up with! Heaps more here... via designworklife.


A few weeks ago, @alastairwarren and myself headed out to Brighton for a day! It decided to rain, but the beach was pretty beautiful! Some amazing old type also...

Monday, 30 August 2010

Type Posters

Love these gorgeous type posters - quotes that make me smile! via fancytype, on behance.

Sunday, 29 August 2010

Sonja Hofman

Mmmm, yummy - these photos make me hungry! Gorgeous food photography by Sonja Hofman.

Saturday, 28 August 2010

Timba Smits

Timba Smits has a really nice graphic style. His website is brilliant too - you totally feel his design aesthetic on any page of the site!

Friday, 27 August 2010

Typeface Love: St Ryde

I think this is a wonderful new typeface by Myfonts. Nice subtle small caps, a nice italic and easy to read. Heart it! via designworklife.

Photographer Love: Camilla Arkens

The mood that these photographs emote is simply stunning - I love them - Camilla Arkens is an amazing photographer! More here.

Wednesday, 25 August 2010

The Animal Print Shop

Wow - these are amazing! Sharon Montrose has a gorgeous style - such simple subjects photographed beautifully! Nice website to match as well! These would make a great addition to a kids room - great gift idea also! More here.

Tuesday, 24 August 2010

Want! Vertical Cities

Unfortunately, this gorgeous print by Allison Rae is all sold out, but I really will be putting my hand up when the colour version comes out! So incredibly beautiful!via designworklife.

Want! Diamond Lights

These are so sweet! I want! Buy them here.

Monday, 23 August 2010

Murmure: Simply Paper

This is a beautifully simple graphic design style that makes me smile! More here.

Heres what they say about it...

Murmure is a communication design company based out of France. Their recent project entitled ‘Pochoirs’, directly translated to stencil, utilizes various sized circles in a hole punching technique to convey forms and faces that react to the background that they are placed over.

The faces shown here pop of the page when placed against a normal white background, naturally piquing ones curiosity. The simplicity and abstractness of the forms elude to the conceptual relationship between space and body.

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