Just discovered this on ffffound.com. I had to share it with you.
Today I decided to feature Jonathan Haggard from California. I didn’t find out much about him but I guess it’s enough to let his work speak for himself. He’s better known under the alias of skryingbreath. I discovered his typographic artwork on deviantart. He’s quite busy uploading new pieces and it’s always a delight to see what he comes up with next. He also made some of his work available for sale on etsy.
Ok it’s not Christmas and Easter is no more, but it’s never too early to put things on your gift wishlist. Well Sunjar by Suck UK is my first item. I mean just think about it. It’s a jar full of sunshine! No wonder it got the prize “gift of the year 2007″. While your at it check it the other stuff on their homepage. It’s well worth a visit and I’ve seen some of their product in Urban Outfitters in London.
I really don’t understand why virb isn’t more popular. It offers everything myspace does plus a lot more. It’s so easy to design the page even with only little knowledge of css. You get widescreen videos, flickr and twitter integration. People are probably over stimulated with all these sites and don’t want to have another one of them. Maybe this will change their mind. I’ve compiled a list of 14 great virb designs which I want to share with you.
Nevis is an awesome clean font by “Ten by Twenty”. I can’t wait to use it in a typographic design.
I’ve discovered this artist some time ago while I was browsing through BittBox’s Flickr Group. From his Flickr Profile we find out that he lives in Bolognia (Italy) attended the Corsican decorative painting at the State Institute Of Art of Bologna and then got a diploma in Graphic at the IED (The European Institute of Design) in Milan. His work can be described as colourful retro geometric art. It’s tough to really put a name on it so make up your own mind. Visit Daniele De Nigris Flickr Site.