Designer Brodie Kaman on how creative outlets can help control mental illness and addiction
We’ve long admired the work of Australian graphic designer Brodie Kaman, with its DIY aesthetic and experimental, dogged visuals. Based in Los Angeles the last time spoke to him, the designer has since spent time in London, before recently settling in Berlin, and has begun to explore self-discovery and human individual suffering within his personal work, both as a coping mechanism and a creative outlet.
40 Floral Typography Designs that Combine Flowers & Text
A beautiful design trend that has emerged recently is the combination of flowers and text to produce elegant floral typography layouts. These designs merge botanical photographs or illustrations with bold typography compositions by intertwining the flower stems, petals and leaves around the letters, which results in a great sense of depth. In this showcase I […]
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Capa realizada para uma faixa produzida pelo artista Rafael SunSon, em colaboração com a XXlll, esta capa foi realizada para o single desta colaboração.Tentei representar a era digital que é notável na produção musical deste artista.
South Korean Designer Soojin Lee’s Posters Mix Irony + “Look at Me!”
“A former baby, current graphic designer, future skeleton, and a distant future pile of dust” is how Soojin Lee describes herself (on Instagram, at least.) Clearly, this is a girl with a sense of humor. Lee is currently based in South Korea, having moved back to her birthplace after graduating from
The Playlist Professionals At Apple, Spotify, And Google
At the most powerful companies in Silicon Valley, small teams of anonymous music nerds race to solve the music industry’s toughest problem.