Mattijn Franssen is a photo-montage artist from the Netherlands. His photomontages are a continuation of his oil paintings which works quicker, cleaner, and faster with a camera and he never uses any stock photos in his work.
Muggie Ramadani is an interdisciplinary designer specialized in creating intelligent solutions for analog and digital media. Experienced in developing effective visual concepts and information hierarchies to ensure clear communication of content, style, and aesthetics. Muggie’s work has been featured in several international publications, and he has won and been nominated for numerous high-profile design awards.
Peter Tarka is a young graphic designer and illustrator from Wroclaw in Poland. For being in graphic design since 2008, Peter sure knows how to deliver a strong creative works with the different composition of typography and colours.
Hidden Characters is a Budapest -based graphic design duo who are mainly focusing on branding and logos. Hidden Characters created this interesting identity design for Odooproject, an innovative housing design project. Odooproject is the Budapest University of Technology and Economics’ entry for the 2012 Solar Decathlon competition.
Mission Design specializes in integrated brand building. The agency is recognized as one of the foremost agencies in their field and have developed brands for some of Scandinavia’s leading companies.
You have most probably seen the typographic work by Fabien Barrel who runs the blog site Graphic-exchange. Fabien is a freelance graphic designer who lives in France and has recently produced a beautiful Letterpress 2012 Calender which is certainly a design inspiration.
Bravo Company is a creatively led, independent design studio based in Singapore. We work with a variety of individuals and organisations to deliver considered and engaging design. We specialise in identity & brand development; printed communications & art direction.
Andrzej Dobosz is a freelance Polish photographer born in 1977 won two awards in Wielkopolska Press Photo competition, There is Dobosz Photography Works Book design by Ryszard Bienert / 3group, Diverse typographic layout, its correspondence with a text , varied size of reproductions and juxtaposition of differing kinds of paper enrich the interpretation of Dobosz’s reportages.
San Francisco-area based landscape artist and explorer Andres Amador creates incredible large-scale sand drawings using only a rake and some help from volunteers.
It’s amazing how many hours are spent creating something so large yet absolutely impermanent as these beach drawings. Amador is also doing beach painting workshops, and according to his website the artist and his pupils have only 2 hours to do their thing before the tide returns.
"Waiting for the barbarians" - limited publication of 200 copies for the Piekary Gallery exhibition of two artists. Delicate and massive fonts were used to enhance the contrast/difference in styles. Inside covers, different for each artist, designed in black and white, each in a different typographic style.