Maddison Graphic | http://maddisongraphic.com
"The minimal set up cost for the digital process allowed us to print twenty different patterns onto the reverse of our business cards."
Maddison Graphic is a UK based studio formed in 2006 by brothers Alfie and Edward Maddison. We design for print, screen, and the environment. Emphasising efficiency and clarity, our work employs a wide range of design disciplines and processes to craft original and tailored projects.
Amanda Berglund | http://amandaberglund.com
"A poster for a Jean Paul Gaultier exhibit from which vernissage cards can be pulled off. Every time someone pulls off a card, a new image, more true to Gaultier’s aesthetics, will start to appear. And just like every collection by Jean Paul Gaultier has been unique, every vernissage card will be unique part of the poster."
My name is Amanda Berglund and I’m a graphic designer, photographer and full-time dreamer. I’m a in design at HDK (School of Design and Crafts) in Gothenburg. When I’m not designing or taking photos I’ve had a little dream of becoming a DJ, which might come true sometime soon.
Federico Mauro | http://federicomauro.eu
“Famous eyeglasses, personal project.”
Federico Mauro was born in Avellino, May 23rd 1980. Since 2001 he has been a professional freelance web designer. Besides his experience as web designer he commits to the realization of Videos, Photography and multimedia projects realizing also short movies awarded in various national competitions.
Marta Gawin | http://www.behance.net/martagawin
“Prints made for Katowice Street Art Festival / leaflets made on silkscreen – each one was different”
Graphic designer based in Katowice, Poland. Focused on graphic design, print design and typography.
Bret Hansen | http://nowprojector.com
“I imagine what design might look like if designers were still called projectors, as they were in the eighteenth century when the term was commonly used to describe inventors, architects and city planners. Mapping concepts of projection borrowed from literature, psychology, physics and cartography onto design offers a new and intriguing way to think about the discipline.”
My name is Bret Hansen and I am Now Projector. The name encapsulates my philosophy and provides a conceptual frame for a rich creative process. The ‘now’ keeps me rooted firmly in the present moment where the action (always) is. The word projector, with its sci-fi ring is a hopeful nod to the future. It suggests an unknown trajectory (think projectile), fuels an exploratory mindset and ensures my work is hyper-contemporary. But the term is also a bridge to the past. Before there were movie projectors, there were human projectors* — entrepreneurs who planned and launched design-based projects.
¡Y quién no! Qué envidia nos dan esos animales que hibernan sin reparos y que no tienen que madrugar, acurrucados en un rincón disfrutando de un larguísimo y reparador sueño. Por suerte ya ha llegado el fin de semana y, aunque sea mucho más breve, todos los que podamos lo aprovecharemos para descansar merecidamente. Lo que seguro que no os dará ganas de bostezar son estos tres blogs:
- Levantarse de la cama es lo menos complicado. Lo difícil es llevar a cabo una idea como la que se encuentra detrás de Day by day, un fantástico proyecto de ilustración en forma de reto personal en el que la autora se propone publicar una nueva imagen cada día. Lo cotidiano capturado con leves trazos y palabras.
- 24Fab es el espacio de una curiosa plataforma sin precedentes, dedicada al alquiler de vestidos de cóctel y de lujo creados por los mejores diseñadores del momento, tanto nacionales como internacionales. En su blog encontraréis consejos de estilismo, concursos y noticias interesantes sobre eventos relacionados con el mundo de la moda.
- Hay muchísimos programas de radio con su propio rincón en internet, así que En la casa no iba a ser menos. Aquí encontraréis las últimas novedades en torno al panorama musical actual, desde noticias y reseñas sobre eventos hasta entrevistas con diferentes artistas en las ondas.
Run Rabbit Run | http://behance.net/runrabbitrun
Founded in 2013 by Kirsten Beets and Francois Conradie, Run Rabbit Run is an illustration and design studio based in Cape Town, South Africa.
Run Rabbit Run’s founding members met in the jungles of Patagonia where Kirsten Beets was a lowly paid research intern categorizing newly discovered fauna and flora while secretly yearning for the safety of middle management . One night while out collecting poisonous lichen she came across unusual tracks, some animal and some (gasp!) human. The human prints belonged to Francois Conradie , a professional beardsman and circus runaway who had been befriended by wolves, gradually rising through their ranks to become the leader of the pack. After fostering a friendship built on mutual respect (of hard liquor) and love (of fancy cheeses) they decided to leave the jungle and start an Illustration company on the shores of Cape Town, South Africa