Gallery 1988 has a pretty amazing show up based on some of the coolest product ever made, Garbage Pail Kids. Prints start around $25 & Originals are pretty inexpensive (until they’re gone). Super fun work.
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A whole lot of awesome showed up at the door today. I love it when any surprise package comes in but three in a day is like Christmas to me! GodMachine, Hydro74 & The Shadow Conspiracy all come through with some amazing. Check after the jump for details, stories & links.Gimme some more. Post a comment (0)
Busy with the hustle recently but it doesn’t mean awesome isn’t out there to find. Pop Chart Lab’s Periodic Table of Heavy Metals is pretty amazing. A table of 303 heavy metals–from AC/DC to Zyklon–charted according to genre in an edition of 1000 for $20.
For anyone who hasn’t bolted out of the office yet, got a good one for your Friday with Steve Cabellero, Omar Hassan & Lizzie Armanto skating pools at night. I met Cab once, super nice guy. It’s no wonder why he’s so well respected & liked in the sport. Throw Miller in the mix & you pretty much have the Pool Dream Team. Interesting video. A bit more after the jumpGimme some more. Post a comment (0)
Sometimes while dreaming, I draw this quickly (and this well), just sometimes though. Really cool time-lapse video with Kevin Tong on his making of the Mogwai poster shown down below (which, of course, is sold out). If was only be as easy as he makes it look….
Thanks OMG Posters for the awesome link!
Saying Doyald Young was a master typographer is putting it lightly. He was on a whole different level. The poster above started as a gift for a he & Josh Higgins’ mutual friend. Unfortunately, Doyald passed away before the project was completed. In stepped Jessica Hische to finish the project for a Doyald Young type scholarship fund. Great work for a great cause with added in gigantic letterpress for additional amazingness.
Thanks to Grain Edit for the heads up!
Today’s apparently turning into Shepard Fairey Day over here at WDC (that’s We Design & Conquer, get it? ). We’re suckers for the snow, bears, anniversaries & awesome shading, so I guess it isn’t too surprising that it’s up here, is it?
Looks like Shepard’s been getting busy in the non-mistake by the lake city in Ohio, Cincinnati. Saw this over at OMG Posters & couldn’t pass up posting it on here. All the murals he put up around the city in HDR. Nice of the Noble Visions crew to put this together for all non-Cincinnati folks to check out.
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This may be old news to the super-Shepard or Hillcrest Regular crowd but I was down there the other day & noticed a gigantic wall of his on the side of the new(ish) Urban Outfitters on 5th. The thing is huge, like 120′ x 30′ huge. More insideGimme some more. Post a comment (2)
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Pretty good work here by Julian Hansen. A crazy flow chart of how to find a typeface. Doing an infographic and you cried during Terminator? He’s got you covered. Don’t like the type on highways and you’re ok if it’s Swiss? Helvetica’s your answer. Pretty cool, check after the jump for details and a full view.
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Saw this the other day and thought I’d post it up on here. ABCs of branding is done by Jason Dean out of Orlando. The poster is embossed & foil stamped featuring, well, the abc’s of branding. Of interesting note is that there’s only 25 logos and yet the alphabet is 26 letters. Either way, great job. Check them out at The Best Part’s blog & shop. Or just check out the details after the jump.