Sam Green lives in London and has a nice lineup of illustration works ranging from insane pencil & ink to rough color explosions and tons of tension filled black and white works that leave you begging for more. You’ve probably already seen his work out & about but it’s time to check out his new works along with an official add to bookmarks. File under #holy crap.
Southern California people make sure you head over to San Diego’s 5&A Dime for the Product Etc. launch party this Thursday night! They’ll be debuting six different pieces in 22 different colorways as well as previewing some of their upcoming fitted hat line. The best part? 25% of the proceeds will be donated to CALPIRG’s Hunger & Homelessness campaign benefiting Father Joe’s Village. Don’t sleep, come hang out and show some love Thursday night!
Our friends over at Need Supply Co have been making great use of Press Gothic recently, the excellent and affordable ($19.95) sans-serif from Canada Type. The images above show that even though this font has a conservative, bold and authoritative presence, it can also be used in more gentile genres like fashion.
This calendar design is our most recent collaboration with our friends at Need Supply. For this project we were happy to consult them to use Olivier Gourvat’s Sofia, which turned out really nice. They also worked with illustrator Emerald Grippa for the wonderful front side illustration. Copies can be gotten by stopping by their retail location in Richmond, VA.
Did you know Dazed and Confused magazine was on Flickr? Well I didn’t, and that was a nice surprise. Its full of some very inspirational fashion imagery, but watch out for a little fluff and celebrity hoopla around the edges. Enjoy
A design and screen printing studio focused on mentoring students to produce excellent work for the benefit of others is the mission of Ambrose and I couldn’t be more excited about what they’re doing. This is what it’s all about in my opinion and I’m stoked there are people out there doing things like this. If you need to do a run of t-shirts soon why not give these guys a call and help others in the process.
Found (one F) these. Top left “Perspective” designed by AM Cassandre, 1968.
A good strategy for design and maybe even for life is to be more weird than the guy next to you. Tokyo/Osaka’s It’s Our Thing is accomplishing this one t-shirt at a time.