Archive for the Product Design Category
I visit the Behance network on a regular basis ever since I stumbled upon it a few weeks back. It’s incredible what great artist you discover by doing so. Today I found the portfolio of New York City based designer and art director Jesse Kaczmarek. He does a lot of branding and you’ve probably seen his work already without knowing it was him. The clean design just works. This is only a selction of Jesse’s art. See it all on his personal website.
Emil Kozak is from a small town in Denmark who’s running Emil Kozak Designstudio in Barcelona, Spain. He’s passionate about skateboarding, which inspired him to start graphic design in the first place. Most of his work consists of designing boards and tees. Clean shapes, straight lines, typography and simple, yet effective colour schemes allowed him to attract clients such as VANS, Elements Skateboards and DKNY. I found him on Behance.
When I was designing the Rhino: June 08 Wallpaper I was looking for Origami vectors and discovered this great site.
If your lucky enough to live in California then you’re in for a treat. An artist (if you know his name please tell me) has transformed all his walls into pieces of art over a time of more than 2 years. Now that he sold the house he has to paint over everything. Before destroying everything though he offers us the chance to see his artwork one last time. I really wish I could be there…
Incidentally a lot of bold, block type was used.
The number one t-shirt community Threadless now offers prints. Every monday they will release 3 new poster designs in a limited edition of 250 each. It’s like framing one of their tees. Enjoy the beauty of threadless designs in your home without the need of a washing machine. Read the whole story on the official news board.
It’s been 3 years since the majestic album “Plans” and Death Cab for Cutie have finally released their new album called “Narrow Stairs”. The first single comes with a beautiful 8 minute long video. “I will possess your Heart” has the kind of melody you can lose yourself in. Have a look/listen for yourself. DCfC really manage to make a bond between design music and design. Their website has a lovely retro feeling and the new album cover is pure genius. Not to forget their concert posters (including works of Jason Munn). I’m off buying Narrow Stairs.
Karoly Kiralyfalvi aka Drez is a 26 years old freelancer graphic designer, living and working in Budapest, Hungary. His main competences are: vector based graphics and illustrations, typography and lettering. He gets inspired by music, graffiti alongside other art forms and everyday life. Furthermore he’s a member of the Keystone Design Union.
His portfolio at www.extraverage.net is enormous and the client list reads like a who is who of today’s biggest companies. It was really tough on me to pick a selection of his work since there are so many good designs. This is only the tip of the iceberg. Now it’s your turn to dive down and discover the rest!