I noticed today that graphic design guru Emil Kozak updated his portfolio a little bit, with some nice identity work for Manual. His style is always so clean and fresh, I wish he would post more work more often!
Also be sure to stop by his blog, and his online store, which is sadly sold out of the fun shirts he had for sale.
It’s weird that I’ve never posted about Beautiful Decay before, even though I visit their site at least once a month. My favorite part of their site is their shop, because they have a ton of awesome t-shirts by a slew of great artists, not to mention books and music and a bunch of other miscellaneous stuff.
The two shirts above are my favorites at the moment, though unfortunately they’re out of medium sized ones, which is lame. Go take a look and buy yourself something nice.
Mopa Studio is a Brazilian graphic design firm that has an incredible knack for color. They also are extremely detailed when it comes to their typography, which definitely give all of their projects a wholesome feel.
As a side note, refresh their site several times–the logo at the top changes each time you do. I really like the thread wrapped around the cardstock one!
The image above is from a collaboration they did with Sopro. I haven’t seen a huge, graphic print like that on a sweatshirt in a while. Although it’s pretty bold, I totally think I’d rock one when autumn comes in.
Link via CPLUV!
I’ve loved 2K T-shirts for basically ever. They always fit really well, are made of thick cotton, and the designs on them are always by the best illustrators and designers in the game.
BUT WHEN DID THEY START LETTING PEOPLE ORDER ONLINE?!
I wish I had known this before tonight. I would be surrounded by thousands of wonderful t-shirts! And completely broke as well, but whatever… I love t-shirts so hard.
The two tees up there are a new one from Geoff McFetridge on the left, and a kitty one by Shynola. I laughed really, really hard at that cat one for some reason.
Go buy lots of t-shirts now!
It’s really hard to pinpoint Noah Butkus’ work, and what the hell is going on. It reminds me a lot of growing up, like my life between the ages of birth and 18. Coloring and comic books, seventies stoner art. It’s kind of naive like Neckface, sort of calculated like Geoff McFetridge, but has sort of a delicate, intricacy like Moebius.
Hahahahaha… that was so pretentious sounding. This dude makes the raddest/creepiest art, with lots of ghosty looking guys with bloody swords and fucked up dead things. Tight.