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Richard Wilkinson 14 March 2008

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Richard Wilkinson is a British illustrator, who borrows his influences from various places, of which one of them is Japanese art (I think). Very interesting and relaxing work he creates. With very soft colors he tends to create a ‘relaxed’ illustration.


Some interesting links [Part I]: 14 March 2008

Posted by vedelaha in blogs, Design, Illustration, Magazines.
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30 Days 30 Pieces:
30 Days 30 Pieces is a website featuring graphic designers and illustrators whom have lost their focus on pure design and are trying to regain that. They each create one piece a day, 30 days in a row.

Jeremy Pettis has made an effort to animalize type. He’s made 26 fonts / namelogo’s that each represent their own animal.

This website has some interesting articles on graphic design and typography.

An overview of American sports logo’s. See their proces over ages, and sometimes reverting back to earlier design.

Vinyl Abuse:
A toy and art magazine.

Website of Brian Taylor, whom creates very cartoony but disturbing artwork. Also check out his blog!

The Little Chimp Society:
They call themselves ‘the illustration news portal’ and their members make quite intriging work. Some fancy it, others don’t, make your own decision.

Sarah Mensinga:

An illustrator that has a very nice style. It makes me think of Monkey Island 3. Always liked the graphics in that game.

1918 – 1932: Wendingen Magazine 14 March 2008

Posted by vedelaha in Design, Magazines, Typography.
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During the period of 1918 and 1932 there was a Dutch magazine called “Wendingen”(it translates to English as something like “Curvings”). It was a very designwise groundbreaking magazine. And it’s influences were quite big, (in terms of Dutch graphic design), even De Stijl borrowed some influence from it.

The website (Dutch) below has made an effort of showing an overview ofmost the magazine releases:

The interesting thing of “wendingen” was that it didn’t only feature graphic designers. It was a magazine dedicated to architecture and related subjects, but still featured a lot interesting design and typography.

The alphabet: adult vs. child 5 March 2008

Posted by vedelaha in Typography.
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A father and his son (presumably)  both write the alphabet with a brush on paper; interesting experiment. But whom has the most experience in writing?
A fine example of technique and craftsmanship coming with age: