Archive for February, 2009
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Glenn is an amazing freelance graphic designer from Auckland, New Zealand. He started his career by designing corporate identities and designs for packaging. Soon after he got pulled into designing t-shirts on Threadless and that changed his focus. He started his own tees website store.glennz.com. His illustrations perky and funny, have a look at all of them you’ll see it yourself. Just added the latest designs from Glenn… check it out at the bottom of this post.
AJ is a graphic and web designer from Philippines. He spent 7 years in industrial engineering at the University of the Philippines and he realized that art and design is where he belongs. He now works as an art director for OgilvyOne Worldwide and has been invited to judge in the Philippine Web Awards for the last several years. He showcases his artwork along with CALIPH8 on his website collision-theory.com.
Great illustrations, full of colors, Alexandre Efimov is the master in it. He is an amazing artist from Russia. Specially his work on Renova, the one with colors in the birds, eggs and trees around. Have a look at some of his work.
Greig Anderson is an amazing graphic designer from Australia. Originally from Scotland he was working at multi disciplinary agency Curious, based in Glasgow for the past 4 years. He then decided to come to Sydney on a 12 month working VISA and now he’s working in a design agency in Surry Hills. He has worked on large scale clients like Scottish Football Association, Dell, Celtic Football Club, Valt Vodka, Aberdeen University and HBOS amongst others. He also a regular contributor in the famous designer blog FormFiftyFive. Want to see more of his work visit his site effektivedesign.co.uk
Biggest portrait of the most powerful man in the world. Jorge Rodriguez Gerada is an artist from New York and Barcelona. In 2008 he developed his project EXPECTATION, a sand painting made in the likeness of Barack Obama that covers 2 1/2 acres of land with 650 tons of sand and gravel. This whole thing was covered by all the major news channels in USA. You will be shocked after looking at all the following images.