Tag Archives: Layout

Droooool – Amazing typographic posters

Wow… need i say more

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Stunning printwork from Keller Maurer Design

Munch based Keller Maurer Design have some stunning print work on display at their website if you ever need inspiration for stunning layout and use of a good quality paper to print on.

Thanks Changethethought for sharing

Graphic design by James Newcombe of Newco81

The latest addition to our creative links section under design is Oxfordshire based James Newcombe of graphic design studio Newco81.

He has a fantastic amount of clean structured layout skills in his armoury aswell as an array of talent when it comes to identity work. Also on display in his portfolio you can see his photographic and web work, well worth a look…

If nothing else you have to check out his stunning self-initiated project Process: Decay

Having established a grid and rules, this piece was created by rolling a pair of dice to choose colours from a set palette. After a certain number of rows were completed, the palette starts to decay – as colours start to become the same as the background hue. This introduces interesting areas of space and contrast to the piece.

Find out more on his blog at Design+Photo+Create

Pam & Jenny – Graphic Design

Brussels based design studio Pam & Jenny have a portfolio brimming with a stunning selection of graphic design work. I am particularly fond of their layout work which I know I will be referring to again and again when in need of inspiration…

Thanks Change the thought for sharing.

The Consult

Leeds based design agency ‘The Consult‘ have got a huge range of great work on display in their portfolio across all media, definitely worth a look

Bloomberg Businessweek redesign

Interesting breakdown of former art director of the Guardians G2 section Richard Turleys redesign of Bloomberg Businessweek over at Creative Review that stirred up some very interesting comments. Definately worth a read here.

Thought it was really interesting to read that even at that level the frustrations are still there as the cover below had apparently been set up to be the relaunch issue cover, with cracking illustration work by Al Murphy, right up to the 11th hour when they were made to go with the Goldman Sachs cover seen at the top!