The guys over at HunterGatherer do some pretty cool stuff. Here is a behind the scene look at how Todd St. John and Gary Benzel work their creative magic.
Roland Tiangco’s dirt poster is genius… you just need to click more to check it out.
Yuta Onoda is a very talented painter, illustrator, and printmaker from Japan. He graduated from Bachelor of Applied Arts Illustration at Sheridan College, Canada, and has been shaping his art aesthetic through various forms of media, hoping to find new avenues to express himself.
This awesome video was created by created by Owen Gatley and Luke Jinks. The video is “loosely based on the scientific recording of life’s great species. And how this has given us clues that piece together, for us to discover the secrets of the evolution and diversity of life on Earth.” Pretty sweet.
Beautiful/Decay spent the last three days at the Pool Tradeshow in Las Vagas. Throughout our time, we met a lot of fun and interesting people. For me, the one person that stands out the most was probably the nicest. Sacramento Artist Skinner is one hell of a rad dude. His work is insane and his attention to detail is on point. Skinner continues to pump out amazing piece after piece and before you know it, this guy is going to blow up. Make sure to check out his site for some well priced pieces. Keep it up dude!
Cardon Copy is an awesome project where lame posters and flyers from around the city are pulled down from bulletin boards and telephones poles to only be redesigned and placed back to there original locations. These wild and fun designs are meant to “overpower their message with a new visual language.” Make sure to check them out!
Graphic designer Jonas Wandeler has got some pretty fun typography in his portfolio. From posters to beer etiquette, Jonas has it covered. Check it out.