Sean Freeman was commissioned by Another Planet Entertainment to create this retro-inspired gig poster for The Postal Service performances this past July at the Greek Theatre. Scroll below to see some of Sean’s light and color tests. “After seeing their new tour at both Primavea & in London, we were inspired by the linear light […]
Steve Wilson was asked to contribute a piece to Print Club London’s collaboration with Film4 for Summer Screen at Somerset House. Steve writes, ”alongside 15 other artists I was asked to produce a design based on one of the films on show at the festival. I was given ‘The Untouchables’. The design will be screen printed […]
Brosmind illustrated this fun cover art for Target‘s Facebook page as part of their #SummerUp artist series. With 1,315 likes and counting, the bros kick off July 2013 with a bang.
Craig & Karl created this fun piece of typography for the cover of New York Magazine’s ‘Best Doctors 2013′ issue. A great way to cure a case of the Monday’s, the duo designed clever medical graphics for each letter, proving time and again what extraordinary creative problem-solvers they are.
Steve Wilson teamed up with art director, Hiromi Fujita to create six illustrations for Wired Japan‘s music issue. Each piece tailor-made, Steve pulled inspiration from the websites that he designed spots for, and explains, “The Band Camp site uses a parallelogram in it’s logo, so I incorporated that element in my design. The Rap Genius illustration uses […]
Artist Sean Freeman created the cover art for the novel Doctor Sleep by Stephen King, the sequel to King’s novel The Shining (1977). With Doctor Sleep, Stephen King returns to the characters and territory of The Shining, featuring the now middle-aged Dan Torrance (the boy protagonist of The Shining).
The letter ‘g’ is brought to you today by type-guru Alex Trochut. The image was created for a group show held in Caracas, Venezuela called Simple Tipografica, exhibiting the work of 38 world-class lettering and type designers. L/L: What attracts you to the letter ‘g’? AT: I like her flow, curves, and friendly attitude. L/L: What is your favorite quality […]
Another Planet Entertainment hired Steve Wilson to illustrate this gig poster for The Lumineers show at The Greek Theatre last week. A beautiful application of Steve’s new landscape style, this poster conceptualizes the band’s hand-clapping, foot-stomping, folk-rock sound.
Another Planet Entertainment hired Sean Freeman to create this fun gig poster for Green Day’s show on April 16th at the Greek Theatre in LA. The juicy type stands out on a slate background and coheres seamlessly with the band’s vivacious sound.
“Steve’s work is loaded with bright and vivid imagination and many styles. His representation of me and my world is perfect. Stylistically he has gone back to take me forward.” – Robert Plant on Steve Wilson from ’This is our Time’ by Cat Garcia; a publication documenting 50+ artists in their home and work environments.
Steve Wilson collaborated with Atlantic Records to create this promotional piece for Bruno Mars’ new album tour. Below, Steve tells us a bit about the concept, his inspiration, and what lives inside Bruno’s hair… “The name of the tour is ‘Moonshine Jungle’ so that dictated the content to some extent. The inspiration for the design […]
Mogollon‘s bold and bright artwork for Dean K’s new “Enjoy” single release. A blend of juicy colors and playful type, Francisco and Monica have designed these striking graphic pieces to accompany the music.
Sean Freeman was assigned this March 11 cover of The New Republic. Sean’s headline illustration and type break up into little pixels, disintegrating and flowing away as a whirlwind representation of the World Wide Web.
Design Taxi recently shared some of Pomme Chan’s hand-lettered treasures from an ongoing personal project she’s been working on. Each piece of typography is illustrated on a vintage postcard or a torn out page from an old book accentuating Pomme’s homemade quality. Click here to see the post on Design Taxi.
Sean Freeman nailed the cover of Time Magazine’s March 4th issue. A special report addressing exorbitant medical expenses, Sean created a clean, sterile piece to fit the bill.
A Valentine’s day piece from Pomme Chan to you. Cut paper by: Kanitta Meechubot
Typographer extraordinaire, Sean Freeman joined forces with 180 Amsterdam to create this series for the PlayStation Network. Each image is the intro for a GRTV trailer on PSN’s Gamereactor site.
As part of a new series, the folks at Kid Robot are working with a select group of artists to design pieces for their clothing line. For the Spring/Summer 2013 collection, Alex Trochut created these electric t-shirt graphics that can be purchased beginning February 7th on www.kidrobot.com. Click here to see a full interview on […]