Elyse Dodge has a trademark geometric style, combining traditional landscapes with a myriad of geometric forms.
Vibrant work by Alberto Seveso that uses gel, and the way light and color reflect and refract off its surface.
Tel-Aviv based illustrator Ori Toor has a wild design sensibility, creating complex scenes that span dozens of characters, stories and genres.
Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat is bringing attention to the crisis with the release of a Climate Crisis Font, a chunky sans serif typeface with weights that mimic melting ice caps.
In this simple yet poignant project, we see a range of floor/ground markings that speak to our pandemic reality.
Forty Spotted Tasmanian Gin wants to approach things differently. Inverted, you might say.
Pieometry is the new book from baker Lauren Ko, who impresses with her geometric creations.
Always trust a giraffe in a monocle, that’s what we always say. As cozy cocktail season arrives, it’s nice to have options. And Tip Top Proper Cocktails offers you all …
Artist and designer Matt Stevens is clearly a movie lover. And thankfully, he has lent his talent to this project, which has immortalized great movies into vintage book covers. His …
Innocent children's board games have taken on a new, sinister identity in this series by graphic designer Justin Bryant.
These heat-reactive stamps for the Finnish Post reveal climate change messages when a finger is applied.
These light and airy portraits are made more fresh and unique with 'digital makeup'.
Portuguese type designer Rafael Serra has a fun series showcasing his skill and creativity when it comes to typography.
Polish interactive studio MELT has an impressive portfolio of colorful and mesmerizing exhibitions.
By basically all measures, 2020 is a doozy. If you're not paranoid by fear or anxiety or just boatloads of stress, good for you. For the rest of us, there …
Stunning Graphic Design Work By 91 Year Old Kazumasa Nagai
These impressive arrangements made entirely of pencils are the work of Afghan Canadian artist Bashir Sultani.
At least 7 major automakers have recently ditched their dimensional logos for flat versions.
Building off of her successful Symbolikon project, Italian designer Michela Graziani has a new project called Fontikon, elegantly bringing Ethno-Esoteric fonts and symbols inspired by worldwide ancient civilizations.
Spanish duo Anna Devís and Daniel Rueda make everyday architectural wanderings seem special and magical.