I recently got together with three talented friends and launched a little graphic art/design studio called LVR. We’re located in Santa Monica. All we need now is more clients, so send us some work, or recommend us to a friend, it’ll be good for your karma…
Thanks to the fact that this original typography by Laura Jouan utlizes chopped up Beatles faces, I could hardly not post it, could I? It’s funny, because to me the type doesn’t really evoke the Beatles, so much as some kind of ’80s/’90s rave scene, thanks to all the bright dots, but still, you can’t [...]
And Freshjive have a new T-shirt collection about to drop. They’ve posted up all the new graphics with a little information about each one here. This is probably my fave:
LUDWIG were invited to create the latest in-store installation at Conveyor @ Fred Segal Santa Monica, one of the area’s finest retailers. Here are some sneak peeks, and they’re throwing a reception on Thursday.
Another interesting looking free font, this one by Portland based designer John Skelton aka Afrojet. It’s free, but you have to register on FontStruct to download it. Via grain edit.
The fifth issue of T-World, “The journal of T-shirt culture,” from Australia has just landed. This is a magazine I read from front to back and I’m currently about halfway through. This issue has my interviews with Estevan Oriol & Cartoon, as well as one with Rick Klotz and Trace Marshall about their surf label [...]
Esteemed LA-based photographer Estevan Oriol has posted up scans of the interviews I did with him and Mister Cartoon about their work and their store in downtown LA. It’s in the latest issue of T-World…
Defgrip have posted an interview with Grotesk, a very talented Swiss transplant to NYC, who is one of my favorite artist/designers.
I really like these new prints Ernesto from Hecho Con Garnas just sent me images of. Check them out at his new website, which just launched complete with an archive, a gallery, and a store.
My former employer jeffstaple has put together a great blog post featuring some of the work he did for legendary underground hip-hop label Rawkus, back when I was interning for him almost a decade ago… Oh and check out this new publication he’s launching. Looks good…