Here’s a short film about Brazilian artist Calma.
Quite a lot of designers and the likes have already come up with compelling designs in order to generate donations for the disaster in Japan. These were all posted on Design You Trust in the last few days. This is by James White: Here’s another by Rob Dobi: And one by Marcos Torres: And another [...]
LetterCult have posted up the submissions for the Best of 2010 and it looks pretty impressive. They had to split it up into posts over two days because of the demand on their bandwidth. Check out Day 1 (all 13 pages) and Day 2 (20 pages). Here are a couple of highlights.
Lateral Action get Inside the Creative Mind of Funnyman Tim Siedell, who I was lucky enough to interview for The Hundreds some time back.
Argentinian art/design studio POGO have produced a series of posters featuring quotes rendered in nice lettering. Check them out on Typography Served.
Grain Edit recently posted a feature on Micah Lidberg, whose work is incredible.
Talented designer & illustrator Jessica Hische posts up new ornate lettering every day on Daily Drop Cap (hence the name), and recently she has started featuring special guests like Deanne Cheuk, whose contributions include this:
Heard a great story on NPR’s All Things Considered yesterday, about Charles Bradley, a talented soul singer who was discovered at the ripe old age of 62 while making a living as a James Brown impersonator. Daptone Records co-founder Gabriel Roth caught one of his shows and one thing lead to another and his first [...]
London-based Portuguese designer André Beato has updated his portfolio and there’s only one thing to say…
Passion of the Weiss have posted an interview with Prince Paul, one of my all-time favorite hip-hop producers, if not the best ever. His work on the early De La LPs still sounds amazing to me, and I’ve always enjoyed how his sense of humor shows. All this was cemented when I got to meet [...]