After graduating from the Design Academy Eindhoven (NL) in 2005, Linda Bos moved to Luxembourg. She worked for over 4 years as a graphic designer at a design studio and gained experience working on a wide variety of creative projects for national and international clients. In 2010 she decided to start her own design and illustration business.
Born with a pencil in her hand, she always knew she wanted to work in the creative field. Giving things a ‘face’ is what she enjoys doing most, whether it is a company’s logo and corporate identity, an editorial illustration for an article, or a character for a (children’s) book.
Be sure to check out the really great Luxembourg City poster and greeting cards in their webstore: Pretty Forest Webstore
Twenty year old Melbourne based creative designer/director, illustrator, film/audio maker.
I have been working in film and video in various capacities for many years. I completed a degree in Multimedia in Cork IT (in which I produced a documentary and video installation) and an MA in Film Studies.
After finishing college, I purchased a video camera and set out to make my own projects. Since then I have set up a complete production suite which includes: A Canon EOS 550D camera, a HD Sony camera, Rode shotgun microphone, Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects and Encore. I can oversee the production of an entire project, from filming to the completed DVD / online video. I am also a part-time musician with extensive experience in music recording and production.
I have been involved in a number of video projects; most notably, a full-length feature film, “Steamin + Dreamin: The Grandmaster Cash Story”, (which I directed, co-wrote, shot, edited and composed music for) which had two sold-out screenings at last year’s Cork Film Festival. I also authored a complete DVD of the film with over four hours of special features, including commentaries and deleted scenes. The film has received very positive reviews, both on television (TG4’s ‘Imeall’) and in print (Evening Echo, Hot Press etc).
Stunning work from Karolis Kosas, a graphic designer/art director based in Lithuania, Vilnius.
Nice work from Spanish designer, Edu Mira.
This piece caught my eye and my wallet. Great poster from the team at Information Architects.
This trailer was in my Inbox this morning and it””s a joy to watch. The talent from these guys is amazing! Check out the brush stroke skills at 01:37 to 01:53. Fantastic!
A rising star on the Irish photography scene – Dublin based, Polish born – Maciej Pestka brings total professionalism and natural charm to every project. Maciej’s body of work includes stills photography; character portraits; fashion editorial; beauty editorial; video direction and commercial campaigns. A freelance photographer since 2008, Maciej has been well received in Ireland and has secured a loyal base of clients. Recent clients include: Image magazine; VIP magazine; Social and Personal; Life magazine; Irish Independent; Irish Wedding Journal; Confetti Magazine; FHM (Australia); Diva Magazine (UK); DNA Magazine (NY); Paco Clothing & personalities such as Katherine Lynch, Emma Quinlan and Jamie Belton. What sets Maciej apart is his innate eye for detail, determination for a great shot and incredible technical post-production abilities, all of which ensure his projects are always results driven, creative and exciting.
Nice work indeed!
David Vineis ( b.1974, Paris, FRA) aka Sub88 is a french digital artist and designer. Very inspired by electronic music, he started to create some abstract and organic digital artworks in 2000. Some music labels chosen him for art director. He has found his influences in modern arichitecture and contemporary art. A large part of his art vision is mixing elements, forms and structures. Dreaming and thinking are the base of his creations. He builds atmospheres with his vision of an oniric future.
He”s also got some pretty nice commercial work over on his personal website.
Dale Edwin Murray wrote to let us know that he”s got a whole load of new work showcased on his site. Cracking stuff.
Dale Edwin Murray
We are currently in the process of designing a brand new, site specific installation in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Starting August 26th, CHROMAtex.me will transform the interior of the bridgegallery with a complex, colorful surface that asks the viewer to experience the space in a new way.
Starting NOW, a team at SOFTlab is preparing the documents to get the project going. Here are a few facts that make this installation worth the attention and involvement:
1. It will be made of around 5,000 panels.
2. Each panel will have a unique color that when assembled will combine to make an amazing gradient.
3. The whole structure will be held together using binder clips!
In order to make this project happen, we need to complete the final design, print color on + or – 3,960’ of super high gloss photo paper, laser cut the paper into their specific geometry, clip the pieces together, and install the final piece. There’s a lot to do and a short amount of time to do it!
If you can help us offset some of the costs we will reward you with pieces from the original installation! Every cent you give will go towards materials such as paper, ink, fasteners, lights, etc.
Along with our Kickstarter campaign and the production of the installation, we would love to track where our support is coming from. After you donate, leave us a message containing your name, where you are located, and a picture to be uploaded on a Google Map found here www.chromatex.me
You can also see how many panels have been given names at www.chromatex.me! Pass the word along and help us tag the entire installation with supporters!
Tomer Hanuka is an illustrator and a cartoonist based in New York City. He works on a range of projects for magazines, book publishers, ad agencies and film studios. His Clients include The New Yorker, D.C comics, Nike and Microsoft. He has won multiple gold medals from the Society of Illustrators and the Society of Publication designers, and was showcased in Print magazine and American Illustration. In 2008 a book cover he created won the British Desgin Museum award as part of the Penguin Classics Deluxe Editions. Waltz With Bashir, an animated documentary for which Tomer contributed art, was nominated for an Oscar in 2009, and won the Golden Globe that same year. Currently he teaches at the School of Visual Arts and is working on a graphic novel with his twin brother Asaf and wirter Boaz Lavie.
We identify the heart of your project, then search it out to discover creative opportunities that are often innovative, and sometimes off the wall, yet always appropriate. We execute, with all the passion, play and precision a design project deserves. And then we teach. We teach because good work gets made only when accompanied by an equally good plan for implementation.
Simply put, we get you plugged into your audience.
The Original Champions of Design
Since 1994 Art Streiber has been a Los Angeles-based freelance photographer specializing in reportage, travel, portrait and entertainment photography. Editorial clients include Vanity Fair, Esquire, Entertainment Weekly, Wired, Time, Newsweek, O, Rolling Stone and Town & Country.
Entertainment clients include ABC, CBS, NBC, HBO, CNN, Fox, TBS, TNT, A&E, The CW, MTV, SciFi Channel, Showtime, Lifetime, Universal Studios, Columbia-TriStar, Dreamworks, Paramount, Sony Pictures and Warner Brothers Studios.
Art has lectured at the International Center of Photography, The Santa Fe Workshops, The Julia Dean Photographic Workshops, Art Center College of Design, APA Atlanta, PDN On The Road in San Francisco and at The Stanford Publishing Course.
Art’s images have been selected for the PDN Photo Annual in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008; American Photography in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008; the APA National Photo Competition in 2006; the American Photo Magazine Images of the Year in 2006 and 2007 and the Communication Arts Photography Annual in 2005 and 2008. Art”s website has been selected for the PDN Photo Annual in 2007 and 2009.
In 2005 Art was named to American Photo Magazine’s list of “The 100 Most Important People in Photography,” and in April 2008 Art was presented the Pacific Design Center’s “Star of Design” Award for Photography.
Matt Taylor is a twenty-nine year old illustrator and designer from Brighton, England.
He lives a stones throw from the sea, and can often be found travelling by bicycle, drawing, photographing things, looking at waves and making marks on paper.
He is influenced by comic books, found photos, wildlife, wild music, National Geographic magazine, Jack Kirby and artists too numerous to mention.
Eric Curry was born in 1956 in Los Angeles, California. A graduate of the Art Center College of Design in 1980, he lived in Scandinavia for the next 12 years, running his own advertising photography studio based in Copenhagen, Denmark, returning to the states in 1992.
Originally trained and specializing in studio still life/special effects photography for all those years, Eric eventually transitioned over to location industrial photography, because it affords, as he comments, “A much broader pallet of avenues for creativity.”
Steve Wells is a self taught photographer, based in Paris. Originally a professional musician in New Zealand and Australia he made the move to Paris and photography in 2007.
Check out “à table” and “daily grind” for his more personal, crazy work.
Steve Wells Photography
Pale Horse is the Graphic Design Studio of Illustrator / Graphic Designer Chris Parks
Since opening the doors, Pale Horse has had the opportunity to create artwork for companies like Hasbro, Iron Fist, Nike, Dean Guitars, PBR, Vans, Etnies, Globe, Red Bull, Obrien, Mattel, The Cartoon Network and many others. Pale Horse focuses on providing top quality illustration and graphic design services for every project that comes in the door.
In addition to client projects, Pale Horse actively participates in self-initiated, collaboration projects like ‘Back in Black’ – a live printing t-shirt exhibit, featuring top apparel artists from around the globe, running Golden/Black – a royalty-free stock vector art and fonts website and curating, hosting and participating in various gallery exhibits throughout the year.
Pale Horse Design
DUTCH INVERTUALS exhibits during Dutch Design Week 2009
Dutch Invertuals, a group of designers, present their latest work during the Dutch Design Week, from 17 to 25 October in Eindhoven. The different disciplines of product, graphic, food, spatial, material and fashion design are represented in all their glory in the industrial exhibition space. The exhibit with over ten different works reflects the multifaceted nature of design.
After a successful exhibition in Milan during the Salone del Mobile, the Invertuals will display new work during the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Previously hosted at Verger in Milan and the Dutch Invertuals now chose the EDHV studio as their exhibit location, located at Fuutlaan 12B in Eindhoven. The stylish industrial site is transformed by the Invertuals into an extraordinary exhibition form inspired by the traveling aspect of design.
At Saterday October 17, Wendy Plomp, designer and founding member of the Dutch Invertuals, will open the exhibition. All participating designers will be present to personally talk about their work. In addition to the opening of the exhibit, Edhv will launch Lead. Lead is a magazine with an original concept that utilizes an explosive mix of design, art, science and technology.
Dutch Invertuals: Daphna Isaacs & Laurens Manders, Edhv, House of Origin, Lead magazine, Lex Pott, Lotty Lindeman, Mieke Meijer, Pepe Heykoop, Raw Color, Verger, Wendy Plomp.
Exhibition Hours: Saturday October 17, from 15.00 to 20.00. October 18 to October 25, from 10:30 to 20:00. In the evening of Friday the 23rd of October, the exhibition will extend its hours due to the Invertuals party!
Location: Fuutlaan 12B, AB 5613, Eindhoven.
Created by Sébastien Hayez, with the contributions of Mark Blamire (Blanka), Joe Kral, Jonathan Turner (Insect54), Alastaire Jones, Henning Krause (Berlintypes) & Jaap Proost.
Share rare, old, out of print and limited edition of books and magazines with great graphic design: from Design, Architecture, Art, Science, Novel, Comics, etc.