Although I think we posted within another post earlier this week that Spanish design studio Serial Cut has updated, it’s worth nothing in it’s own post as there are some excellent new 3D illustrations on display at the Serial Cut website. They have gone full throttle down the 3D illustration path and have continued to produce some striking imagery.
Julien Brisson who calls himself Plasticbionic hails from Nantes, France and recently worked as a Creative Director at Serial Cut (who also recently updated) but is now on his own freelancing for agencies worlwide with a nice collection of work in his portfolio.
Fail-ure is a new brand that has been launched by the Serial Cut creative team. The collection consists primarily of tees, sweatshirts and tanks. There is no Spring, Summer or Winter collection because they have no idea where you live. Once a year a new collection will be released for your wearing pleasure.
As could be expected from the minds behind Serial Cut, the website is slick and imagery of the collection is striking and artfully composed. The collection itself is also highly considered and would make a bold statement in anyone’s wardrobe.
Madrid based Sergio del Puerto, who at the start I believe was on his own has expanded Serial Cut into a larger multi-person studio. They have recently updated their portfolio with new work. Gone are the early touches of 80’s pop influence and now the efforts are more concentrated on typography and 3d. There is some very nice examples of dimensional typography in the recent updates to the body of work.
There is yet again another big update at Serial Cut. Some exceptionally great work has been added to an already great portfolio. I am loving the usage of Serif Gothic as well. Herb Lubalin lives.
New work posted to Serial Cut. I have been seeing his ads in a lot of publications lately.