Torsten Lindsø Andersen's redesign of Jack Kerouac's back catalogue
Google Jack Kerouac's _The Dharma Bums_ and almost every book cover design that appears either depicts someone hitchhiking or it has the aesthetic of a grotty travel diary of someone who's been "finding themselves" along a motorway for a month or two too long. Kerouac's novels don't even need covers, right? They're stand-alone pieces of literary genius. Big applause is needed then for Copenhagen designer Torsten Lindsø Andersen who has taken the rulebook of second-rate Kerouac book design…
Adidas Originals x Kanye West YEEZY SEASON 1
This project is my conceptual vision of promotional products for collections amazing musician and designer Kanye West.Season 1 is a powerful reflection of the love to the street and creative thinking.
Weekly Inspiration Dose #051 - Indieground Design
It’s time for your weekly dose of inspiration! The single, most powerful method for mining the freshest products from this fast moving industry is via the internet. The web is perpetually sprouting the most exciting, original visual art from established and new designers all over the world. And, every week, We aim to bring you […]
Born in 1941, Wolfgang Weingart is an independent graphic designer and a very influential teacher at the Kunstgewerbeschule in Basel. Weingart started with a three-year apprenticeship with a hand-typesetter from 1958 in Stuttgart. He then traveled to Basel where he enrolled in the School of Arts and Crafts. These brief studies, under Emil Ruder and…
Elevation Young Adults on Instagram: “WHATEVER YOU DO...DO NOT MISS THE 6PM SERVICE TONIGHT ☕️🍕💃🏽🙌🏽 ——— 5.15PM the cafe opens and we got you covered for dinner with FREE pizza…”
45 Likes, 2 Comments - Elevation Young Adults (@elevationyagc) on Instagram: “WHATEVER YOU DO...DO NOT MISS THE 6PM SERVICE TONIGHT ☕️🍕💃🏽🙌🏽 ——— 5.15PM the cafe opens and we got…”
Designer Brodie Kaman on how creative outlets can help control mental illness and addiction
We’ve long admired the work of Australian graphic designer Brodie Kaman, with its DIY aesthetic and experimental, dogged visuals. Based in Los Angeles the last time spoke to him, the designer has since spent time in London, before recently settling in Berlin, and has begun to explore self-discovery and human individual suffering within his personal work, both as a coping mechanism and a creative outlet.