Today’s inspiration came from graphic designer Tecnicolor. And no, it’s not the the motion picture corporation from the 1920′s. He uses bright colors and playful compositions that makes his work just marvelous. I like his use of 60′s inspired photography with modern graphics.
Grenoble, France’s Aurelien Arnaud‘s art work is not something you would walk by without looking twice. Arnaud’s designs are sharp, bright, and some, a little risque. Interesting none the less. Not only a very skilled designer, Arnaud founded PNTS studio with Denis Carrier. Read More >
Marco Nicotra is a graphic designer from Milan, Italy. Much of his style is collage influenced with many textures and layers. Nicotra has done work for Super 8 Magazine, Heineken Jammin’ Festival, and Nitepeople Magazine.
Timothy Hunt, illustrator & graphic designer, works under the name Fickle Fate! His posters - the majority of his work – is reminiscent of mid-twentieth century Polish poster design; simple yet poignant to the subjects or narratives they represent.