Posts Tagged “design”


by Jill on March 21, 2011

Andrew and Matt McCracken are two brothers who founded Doublenaut, the Toronto based design and illustration studio. Although they produce a wide range of work from packaging to apparel, its their knack for clever storytelling through their poster designs that (…)

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Sketchbook Scenes

by Jill on March 15, 2011

Wil Freeborn is a designer and illustrator based in Gourock, Scotland. While sketching everyday during his commute into Glasgow, he got the drawing bug. As a result of his continuous efforts, he has created a large collection of beautiful watercolour (…)

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Nacional Treasure

by Jill on March 9, 2011

Ed Nacional is a multi-talented illustrator and designer who was born and raised in Calgary and is currently based in Brooklyn. Working in both technological and handmade realms of design, Nacional has developed a skill for injecting cheer into all (…)

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Pop It

by Jill on March 7, 2011

As part of a unique designer / client history, Charles S. Anderson Design Co. created the new business cards for French Paper. Utilizing French’s popular line of Pop-Tone papers, these heavy-weight cards are cut to resemble hang-tags. The amount of (…)

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Drawing On The Walls

by Jill on March 2, 2011

Have you ever wished for a pattern of your favourite art print to cover an entire wall or even a whole room in your home? Los Angeles based company, Pottok, is offering hand-silk screened wallpapers with patterns illustrated and designed (…)

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Pencil to Paper

by Jill on February 23, 2011

Zoë Barker is a London based illustrator who specializes in lovely pencil drawings. Her detailed work often features old-timey subjects with a contemporary wit. For the second year in a row she has been asked to illustrate for the Tweed (…)

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Art For Everyone

by Jill on February 21, 2011

There are many people who would like to own art but feel that it is too expensive. 20×200 is a bountiful resource of amazing yet affordable art with two new editions a week – one photo and one on paper. (…)

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