Monochrome is a series presented by Spray Daily where they ask one writer to paint a wall with just three cans, which is the true test of talent where you can't hide behind all those fancy colors. In
An homage to all the lost time we collectively spend in digital limbo in the hopes of sudden development on our screen.
A cheeky canine chappy who just LOVES exploring (ahem) holes, Dick’s wild walk in the park is seriously restricted by his lack of protective clothing. Until his owner finds him the perfect little r
If you are already depressed about the state of the world, this may not make you feel better. But Kate Tempest does a great job of summarizing and reminding us of the world as it is...
Begr, who has been undeniably busy in the streets over the last couple years, is the subject of a new video by Bazooka Films 77 that documents the artist as he paints some abandon buildings in the sn
We briefly took a look at past winter Olympics posters a few weeks ago but there was so much other Olympic art that we omitted we couldn't resist sharing more with you. So enjoy these posters an
In the design world competition is a constant, you're always competing with your peers and even yourself to do better. The Type Fight took a more light hearted approach to competition
With the Sochi Winter Olympics starting next month, we here in the office got to wondering what the promotional materials and posters looked like for the Winter Olympics when they first started in 1
An exhibition at the London College of Communications celebrates the legacy of Tom Eckersley. Eckersley set up the UK's first undergraduate graphic design course at what was then the London Coll
British graphic designer Richard Hollis (born London, 1934) is a seminal figure in postwar design and communication. Working consistently since the 1950s as a freelance designer, Hollis has also aut
To celebrate the 80th birthday of King Kong, Dark City Gallery teamed up with La Boca for a series of prints focusing on 'what is essentially a classic story of forbidden love, rather than the m
One of our favorite destinations for vintage illustrations, graphic design and book and poster design, 50watts, recently updated their collection of safety posters from the Netherlands.
As part of their redesign, The New Yorker brought in House Industries to help with custom versions of the classic Neutraface typeface. Working with the original Neutraface designer Christian Schwart
Before everyone gets all in a huffy about Kanye West and the fact that they think he is an egotistical megalomaniac, we are going to just agree to disagree with you and enjoy the fact that Mr. West
One of the best bio descriptions we have read in a while: "Artist, hair icon, art director, cook, graphic designer, frenchie, Illustrator, dad, genius brain owner, tech digest, curator, co-owne
From Creative Review, on a unique poster art curation project that takes abandoned, disused public space and adds public art. "Since January 2013, [curator Jon] Bland – a designer at Manc
We are fascinated by these old Michelin ads featuring the well known 'Michelin Man.' The iconic character dates back to 1894 and was created by Andre Michelin himself after noticing an evoca