Tag Archives: graphic design
There is a real art to simplifying an image to its most basic elements in most fields of creative practice. It’s something I struggle with when I am drawing, my desire is always to add more detail. This difficult task of simplification is … Continue reading
I don’t post a lot of graphic design-related work on this blog, probably because it all gets selected for the blog I run for work. But I thought I’d mix things up a little by profiling the refined aesthetic of … Continue reading
Iris Tarraga is a freelance graphic designer based in Barcelona, Spain. She holds a degree in graphic design from the Elisava Design School and has worked at Marnich, an esteemed design and communications company. Here is some work from her … Continue reading
Richard Arthur Stewart is a damn fine designer. Here is some of his corporate identity work.
My friend Ross showed me this beautiful collection of Japanese postcards from the Leonard A. Lauder Collection at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Here is a little information about the postcards themselves: “One of the most stunning revelations … Continue reading