Josè Guízar is a young Mexican graphic designer driven by curiosity and a constant desire to learn and evolve.
He currently works at NWM.
Lucha Libre is one of the most iconic symbols of Mexican popular culture, and has been exported as part of the country’s identity.
He created the concept, brand, and designed the identity and packaging for this premium Mexican craft beer.
The brand’s identity is inspired by the golden era of lucha in the 1950′s, when movie heroes were not Superman or the X Men, but El Santo and his wingmen, fighting creepy monsters on a silver ’52 Alfa Romeo with surf music in the background.
Rebranding and print of Finessence Photography’s new identity by Studio On Fire, a design & letterpress comapany. The studio created a classic vintage inspired design for stationery and business cards.
A Toaster That Will Print the Weather Report on Your Toast
TTTTrends by Robert Wilson.
Note from the Designer:During this project I aimed to identify, explore and challenge the continuously emulated trends showcased on the wealth of design blogs and image aggregators. Employing the visual devices of each trend, I wanted to ask why, in a community that praises originality above all else, are certain elements and styles constantly regurgitated.
A personal goal is for the images to be absorbed back into the blogosphere to sit beside the content it strives to question.
Common recognisable design traits
Just for the showing some flesh.The first project are personal illustrations for ‘The Owl and the Pussycat’ poem. For this series of images, I wanted to create a different take, a different feel for a famous children’s poem.The remembered illustrations for ‘The Owl and the Pussycat’ poem normally feature cutesy, bug eyed, furry creatures that are always very child friendly. However, upon reading the poem, to me, it just sounded like the owl wanted to get laid. So taking inspiration from films like, ‘American Psycho’ and ‘Eyes Wide Shut,’ I wanted to create a series images that portrayed the characters in the poem, but in a adult, sexual, taboo nature; wearing face masks and the sort.My ultimate project would probably be to design the album artwork for say, Radiohead.I share most of my work on a blog, darylrainbow.tumblr.com
Jedd Luke McNeilage | http://cargocollective.com/jeddlukemcneilage
I am a graphic designer by trade but I don’t consider my self niched. Much of the work I produce involves a level of craft, once off pieces photographed with minimal manipulation. I verge on the border of communication design and art direction.
The web presence and blog of Washington, D.C. based Web Designer and Front-End Developer Daniel Filler.
These are amazing.
Some examples of graphic design work for print media by Alphabetical, a creative graphic design studio based in London. The studio works closely with their clients to create design with character and relevance.
Today I’ve hand picked three London based jobs for you to peruse.
Like the sound of working for this trendy fashion label’s head office in London? Here’s what you need to know:
“Design, implement, maintain and enhance projects for the company’s core systems, together with its internal and 3rd party interfaces. All systems use a mix of VB.NET and SQL Server 2005, together with WPF and MVVM so the role is responsible for writing efficient, well tested and performant code in these technologies. There are also legacy systems running VB6, RDO, DAO and MS Access and experience in any of these would be an advantage”
Crumpled Dog Design is a full service digital and creative agency based in Shoreditch. Sound like your thing?:
This boutique design agency in Shoreditch has an exciting client base, they are looking for:
“A talented, highly driven Junior Designer with at least one year’s agency experience to join our Shoreditch based London studio. You need to be confident in Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign (anything else is a bonus). Understand the basics of print processes, and have real branding and web design experience. You will form part of our close knit team, assisting in all aspects of the creative process. From working on pitches to learning how to deal directly with clients.”
There are some expamples of the outstanding portfolio of studio Bunch. Bunch is an international multidisciplinary design studio, established in 2002. They offer a broad range of innovative work including: branding, editorial design, web/screen design and motion design. The list of clients is very impressive: BBC, Nike, Diesel, Sony, Sky, Red Bull, and so on.