If you’ve ever scrolled through The New York Times’ website or watched MTV, you’ve probably seen Rich Tu’s work. The Brooklyn-based designer list of achievements is pretty astonishing. He is the VP of Digital Design for MTV and VH1, he’s designed shoes and championship belts for Nike, and his work has appeared in many [...]
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This week’s Creative Crush comes all the way from Austria. We’ve been admiring Carina Lindmeier’s work for a while. Can you blame us? Her playful illustrations serve as the perfect infusion of tender thoughts and creative inspiration. Carina’s style is well-practiced, yet raw and light-hearted. Carina is no stranger to successful collaborations. Part of [...]
Staying in one place for at least two months has meant different things to everyone. But despite the disruption to their lives and their static location, artists still got busy creating. Some are making works that respond directly to the current times; others are using the unexpected spare time to work on projects that [...]
Romanian-born and New York-based designer, Ionut Radulescu has made it his mission to celebrate diversity and queer culture. Through his genuine, intentional work, Ionut communicates important messages of self-appreciation and self-sufficiency. He tells us he’s very conscious of his work and the impact that it can have on people, and that couldn’t be clearer [...]
Can you really pursue a successful career doing something you love? Well, take a look at lettering artist Jackie Rivera. From her doodling days to her university years, Jackie’s kept working at her craft, eventually building up an impressive roster of clients including Snapchat and Facebook. (No big deal.) Jackie is the artist [...]
New Zealand artist, Andrew J Steel, has built a name for himself through an unconventional art form— street art. His work is far from vandalism though. Andrew’s work is intentional; it’s meant to add to public property instead of taking away from it. His pieces are simple, yet they have a cartoonish edge to [...]
How often do you hear of an illustrator that takes inspiration from challenging herself to make the worst possible drawing? Erin Lancaster does, because she’s not just any illustrator. Erin’s portfolio includes work for Discovery Channel and Apple. Her illustration style is minimal, but like a comic or editorial cartoonist, she tries to say [...]
Christopher Benson is one of those illustrators that somehow manages to bring an entire world of captivating stories and mystical creatures to life on a piece of paper or digital screen. Even if you’re not intimately familiar with the characters in his work, they send your imagination into overdrive. Christopher’s illustrations are complex, unexpected, [...]
This week’s Creative Crush has done what many of us wish we could do (read: just go for it!). She’s turned her pop culture obsession into a business. Margaret Kalejta is the CEO, designer, production manager, and assistant at Party Mountain Paper Co. In other words, Margaret is the creative brain behind some of [...]
When we first saw the cover of the New York Times celebrating 50 Years of Pride a few months ago, we just had to do some digging to find out who was behind it. Turns out, the artist who designed the cover is Juan Carlos Pagan, an award-winning designer and typographer (of course). In [...]