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Illustrator and designer Tad Carpenter has wowed us before. Check out his project, Sad Santa, an illustrated children’s book and interactive site that’s playful inside and out.
Christopher Dunn, freelance illustrator, designed the January 2013 cover of HOW magazine. He discusses his client list, what he does for inspiration and notable projects he’s completed.
The self-promotion issue of HOW magazine’s cover is playful, kindly loud and perky. Meet the illustrator behind this cover — Shaw Nielsen.
Designer dad Rob Kimmel offers 7 games to kick-start any kid’s imagination and learning process with creative play.
Tina Roth Eisenberg (@Swissmiss) and her team are partnering with top designers and freeing the world of rancid clip art one temp tattoo design at a time.
YEAH! Burger is a quirky burger joint that needed in store graphics and restaurant branding. Tad Carpenter drew inspiration from vintage newspaper cartoons and illustrations to craft branding elements.
HOW first fell for Chris Sickels over 10 years ago. And since, his Red Nose Studio has continued to give birth to some of the most interesting 3D characters imaginable, which is why we had to catch up with the artist.
HOW’s March 2012 issue spotlights International Design, including the winners of the International Design Awards and creative studios from around the globe. Nate Williams illustrated this dynamic cover, which was then animated. See it for yourself!
Finding that perfect illustrator is a crucial moment in the design process. A lot is at stake and by following these 6 steps, you can ensure that you’ll get it right the first time when finding that special someone.
Every year we keep our eyes peeled for young, talented designer, illustrators and photographer. These are the next generation of our industry, and you saw them here first!