jubaloodesign:

The Book Of Everyone Rubik’s Cube. Print commissioned by KK Outlet for the launch exhibition of The Book Of Everyone.

jubaloodesign:

The Book Of Everyone Rubik’s Cube. Print commissioned by KK Outlet for the launch exhibition of The Book Of Everyone.

Reblogged from TEAiM

An image I created in response to a brief that asked me to visually represent Obsessive Compulsive Disorders. I decided to create a phrenology chart that showed some of the thoughts, feelings and anxieties that are constantly running through the minds of obsessive compulsives.

A poster design design I made for a 3 week project at university. It is meant to represent the ‘Me Me Culture’, an ambiguous phrase which I interpreted as the culture of mass consumerism, or the need to constantly have more and more goods.
At the heart of this issue, in my opinion, was the greediness of today’s money hungry society. So I created a propaganda style poster which declares ‘greed is God’; I chose the propaganda style because as a society we are inundated with advertisements, imagery and mass marketing that make us lust for the ‘next best thing’, which in turn makes us lust after the money to purchase these often unnecessary and extravagant luxuries. I see this type of mass marketing as a type of propaganda in and of itself.
The copy is a play on the phrase ‘greed is good’, from the Oliver Stone movie ‘Wall Street’, which criticised the selfish, excessive and money lusting ways of 80s stock brokers and yuppies.

A poster design design I made for a 3 week project at university. It is meant to represent the ‘Me Me Culture’, an ambiguous phrase which I interpreted as the culture of mass consumerism, or the need to constantly have more and more goods.

At the heart of this issue, in my opinion, was the greediness of today’s money hungry society. So I created a propaganda style poster which declares ‘greed is God’; I chose the propaganda style because as a society we are inundated with advertisements, imagery and mass marketing that make us lust for the ‘next best thing’, which in turn makes us lust after the money to purchase these often unnecessary and extravagant luxuries. I see this type of mass marketing as a type of propaganda in and of itself.

The copy is a play on the phrase ‘greed is good’, from the Oliver Stone movie ‘Wall Street’, which criticised the selfish, excessive and money lusting ways of 80s stock brokers and yuppies.

One of my favourite musical logos, created by Del tha Funkee Homosapien for the rap collective Hieroglyphics (which contained one of my favourite groups Souls of Mischief).

One of my favourite musical logos, created by Del tha Funkee Homosapien for the rap collective Hieroglyphics (which contained one of my favourite groups Souls of Mischief).

Reblogged from Strath Shepard

Jack Stocker at Exposure

I recently visited Exposure Gallery in London and saw some clever footwear illustrations by Jack Stocker. Jack took some of him favourite trainers and transformed them into minimalist geometric designs. He reduced the form and colour of the trainers into flat shapes, yet they remain instantly recognisable; which points to the ubiquity of Nike trainers in today’s society and to Jack’s brilliant style. What I particularly like about the whole series is that it showcases the work of a young designer who had a passion, and decided to make great art about that passion.

The six illustrations are below, taken from http://jackstocker.bigcartel.com where you can purchase prints of the designs.

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michalva:

People Before Profits 

by Ethan Allen Smith

Reminds me a lot of various different pieces of propaganda that I saw at the British Library’s Propaganda exhibition recently.

Reblogged from Graphic. Welcome ☛
xpayne:

Leaders of the New School pt. 2: Kendrick Lamar
it came out a little different than ASAP Rocky, but I felt like its true to the artist.
He is just as difficult to draw as I suspected.
-X-

One of the latest pieces from Xavier Payne. It’s one of several beautiful illustrations of current hip-hop icons, similar to another brilliant collection he did previously about 90s icons.

xpayne:

Leaders of the New School pt. 2: Kendrick Lamar

it came out a little different than ASAP Rocky, but I felt like its true to the artist.

He is just as difficult to draw as I suspected.

-X-

One of the latest pieces from Xavier Payne. It’s one of several beautiful illustrations of current hip-hop icons, similar to another brilliant collection he did previously about 90s icons.

technodrome1:

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Another great example of Technodrome’s psychadelic ‘hip-hop art’.

technodrome1:

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#technodrome1 

Another great example of Technodrome’s psychadelic ‘hip-hop art’.

Reblogged from TechnoDrome!
dutchuncle:

These colourful book jackets just arrived from Penguin India with background paintings by Rob Nicol

dutchuncle:

These colourful book jackets just arrived from Penguin India with background paintings by Rob Nicol

Reblogged from DUTCH UNCLE | TUMBLR

I adore these illustrations of black music icons of the 90’s. They were created by designer/artist Xavier Payne. See more of his brilliant work here.

I used cymatics as the inspiration and basis to form each square (note). I did this by using an amplifier and putting paper with salt on top , I played each note on the piano and when the salt vibrated it moved the crystals and when settled they formed patterns. I then converted the formations into the vector images.

See more of this beautiful design, by Daniel Reed, here.

Reblogged from Typographie