Belgium based design studio Toykyo launched their brand new website today. I love the Beatles influenced artwork they did for Dutch rapper Ares.
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Animography, a webshop/typefoundry found by Calango specialized in animated typography, just released a new typeface called Franchise Animated. Franchise Animated is an animated typeface created by 1 type designer and 110 talented animators from all over the world. Every animator had to pick a glyph and animate it using no more than 4 colors, 25 frames and a 500 x 600 px canvas in Adobe After Effects. The animators had complete freedom to work their magic within those 25 frames.
You can download it for free here.
Check out the illustration portfolio of Aron Vellekoop León.
There is a lot of excellent graphic art on the website of French graffiti legend Honet.
The past few months a lot has been said about the new identity (or more specific: the logo) of the recently reopened Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, designed by Mevis and van Deursen. Together with Erik Kessels from KesselsKramer they created the opening campaign ‘WE ARE OPEN’ that started a week ago. More images and movies (that are broadcasted on Dutch television) of the campaign can be found here.
The Hague based graphic design studio Trapped in Suburbia have a brand new identity and website which make their excellent work even look better!
Impressive detailed drawings made by Koen Taselaar. I really love his ‘Imaginary Band’ serie.
Letterproeftuin (Yorit Kluitman, Timon van der Hijden, Jaron Korvinius) is a mobile traveling open source studio. A neo-craft workshop that combines the creative process and exhibits the final result. Read all about it on their brand new website.
Lovely new work of the Amsterdam based graphic studio Lesley Moore.
Legendary Concert hall Paradiso in Amsterdam came up with this original idea of integrating art projects into their music activities. Somewhere in the building you can find these infiltration series. Next week, on February 16th, Bart de Baets will transform all the concertposters into reggaeposters. The poster serie pictured above is made by Jonge Meesters.
Marielle van Genderen is a graphic designer based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. She has just published her new website.
A few weeks ago I bumped into the work of La Bolleur at the Graphic Design Museum (last week they changed the name of the museum into MOTI: Museum of the Image) in my hometown, Breda (the Netherlands). La Bolleur is a multidisciplinary design studio focussing on products, installations and events.