At a time when the word “futuristic” conjures a dark aesthetic, Brandon Johnson’s mid-century modern illustrations look forward with optimism and nostalgia.
With credits in the New York Times, the Washington Post and Mental Floss, Chi Birmingham's playful illustrations & motion graphics are a fixture in online publishing—and beyond.
Australian designer Christopher Doyle often finds the best way to differentiate a brand is by pointing out what it ISN’T.
Russian designer and animator Constantine Konovalov found the Paris Metro map design wanting, so he decided to fix it.
Micah Smith applies the philosophy of improv comedy to get the next big design gig.
Hyesu Lee finally embraced her own style, and clients finally came around.
Skateboards and surfboards dominate the work of Atlanta illustrator Caleb Morris.
The whimsical illustration work of Irish designer Peter Donnelly runs the gamut from children’s books to craft beer labels.
Hired Guns Creative, on Vancouver Island, Canada, creates fantastic beer packaging design, as well as labels for wine and spirits.
Justin Ahrens and a few friends with Wheels4Water use their design skills—and a whole lot more—to help clients working for social change.