12.13.12

Aerosynlex has updated recently with some colorful and energetic new project work. His portfolio is definitely wild and imbued with a kinetic energy. It’s always fun to drop in and check out what he’s doing.

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08.23.12

Patrice Olivier Acardy aka HEYPE has a diverse body of work. It’s a lot to take in but showcases a truly multi-faceted talent. Keep an eye out for the super thin black scroll bar at the edge of your browser.

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04.27.12



It’s been a long long time since I walked down the shady animated gif path but you know it’s Friday. So why not.

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03.28.12

Trendy, trippy and varied are some go-to words to begin describing the highly experimental portfolio of renaissance man Aaron Vergult.

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03.23.12

Studio Constantine (The Manual Electric) isn’t the name of some awesome band/album, it’s the name of an extremely talented studio responsible for some inspiring print work.

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03.21.12

They say you need to know how to do ‘everything’ these days to fit into the current creative job market, especially on a global scale. Whether or not you actually believe or buy into that bullshit is probably left to your own personal experience. Talent finds a way to shine regardless of the medium. Taking all of that into account, Sebastian Onufszak is a creative of the times. He practically can do everything and is pretty damn good at all of it too. The even crazier thing is that he keeps getting better at just about everything he is doing and you can see that in his updated portfolio.

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01.18.12

Whoah, there is some highly original work happening in the artistic portfolio of Minjeong An. When I first saw the work above I was stopped in my tracks and ended up having to spend a little extra time just taking it in.

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11.10.11

Stevie Gee is an illustrator who makes himself readily available for illustration (obviously), art direction, design and love making. I am sure you could probably go à la carte on that menu if you wanted and maybe mix and match a skill or two.

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09.19.11

Graphic Designer, Illustrator and Typographer Boris Pelcer immigrated to the Midwest in search of a better life from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He received his degree in illustration from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design and is currently Design Faculty at the University of Idaho’s College of Art and Architecture.

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07.11.11

The Parisian studio Pool which is headed by Léa Padovani & Sébastien Kieffer is responsible for the extremely simple yet wonderfully smart chair above. I don’t think they are for sale yet or have been mass produced but if they are, I must have one immediately.

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12.22.10

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Melbourne born London based designer/illustrator Timba Smits is a self described lover of all things ‘vintage’ or ‘old-looking’ and he puts that inspiration to good use in his sometimes sexy vintage-inspired design and illustration work. He complements those illustration skills with some strong design work and an obviously good sense of humor.

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12.13.10

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Arian Behzadi is currently a Biological Sciences major with an emphasis in Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior at UC Davis. He also hosts a weekly radio show on KDVS Radio and is also currently interning at the Same Day Surgery Center at the UCD Medical Center. All of this is happening while he is in turn creating wonderful little collages and commissioned design work making a rather unique personality.

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11.09.10

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Trevor Conrad graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design and received the Outstanding Achievement Award from the MFA Graphic Design department. He then went on to intern at Pixar Animation Studios where he created graphics for set, motion and character designs for the upcoming Cars 2 film. He now resides in San Francisco where he works as an Art Director at Goodby Silverstein & Partners. He’s an avid reader of Changethethought, often posting comments and occasionally sending me an email or two. He just launched his own website were you can see some excellent work that he has recently completed at Goodby.

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10.15.10

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Santa Clarita resident and designer/illustrator Bijan Berahimi is cranking out some fun imagery with a hand-crafted touch. He’s also none to shabby at incorporating typography into the visual situation when it’s called for.

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10.13.10

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Have you ever been a little frustrated that you didn’t quite make it to that last creative event and wondered how everyone knew about it and you didn’t? Well, there are so many events happening in so many places now that it has become damn near impossible to keep track of all of them or even decide which one you want to attend. Creative Everyone is a new website (still in beta) hoping to catalog practically every event that is going on out there so you can go to one place and find every date, place, time and description of any and all events you may actually want to attend. Good idea.

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07.17.10

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Kiosk is a multi-disciplinary design studio founded by former Designers Republic senior designer, David Bailey. Kiosk is based in TDR’s old haunt Sheffield, England. As to be expected they have some excellent work in their portfolio for some big brands and the site was coded by Suprb (who updated his site with the same UI).

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06.13.10


BBC will soon be releasing a DVD of their popular show ‘The Genius Of Design’. You can watch the entirety of episode 1 here. Pretty awesome that you can watch the entire 1st episode.

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05.07.10


“In Hong Kong, because of the space, apartments are small and expensive. Gary Chang, an architect, decided to design a 344 sq. ft. apartment to be able to change into 24 different designs, all by just sliding panels and walls. He calls this the ‘Domestic Transformer.’

Chang constructed a nice little ‘hideaway’ for himself. Wink wink.

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