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Jolby & Friends

Jolby & Friends

Jolby & Friends is Josh Kenyon & Colby Nichols. They’ve updated their site with some new work, including their fantastically illustrated children’s book, “The King’s 6th Finger.” Wonderful design and characterization. And color. 

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Aaron Kuehn’s Bicycle Typogram print would look swellegant on my wall.

Aaron Kuehn’s Bicycle Typogram print would look swellegant on my wall.

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Ty Mattson has created an icon for each of the episodes of LOST’s final season and has put them all together in a limited edition poster. Say what you will about how the show wrapped up, Ty’s work is always keen in my book.

Ty Mattson has created an icon for each of the episodes of LOST’s final season and has put them all together in a limited edition poster. Say what you will about how the show wrapped up, Ty’s work is always keen in my book.

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Custom Letters at the Antique Shop. via LetterCult.

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This fabulous 2011 calendar by Alex Griendling can be yours for only $20, but they’re only being printed in small batches. Act fast! 
This calendar takes 95 time travel occurrences and places them on a single timeline. Watch thousands of years of time travel take place over the course of 12 months! Includes favorites such as Back to the Future, Terminator, LOST and Chrono Trigger. (via 2011 Time Traveler’s Calendar : The Design Work of Alex Griendling)

This fabulous 2011 calendar by Alex Griendling can be yours for only $20, but they’re only being printed in small batches. Act fast! 

This calendar takes 95 time travel occurrences and places them on a single timeline. Watch thousands of years of time travel take place over the course of 12 months! Includes favorites such as Back to the Future, Terminator, LOST and Chrono Trigger. (via 2011 Time Traveler’s Calendar : The Design Work of Alex Griendling)
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Matt Stevens interprets the number 17
It took me a while to get all of them. I think I like “Party” best, though “Dolly” gave me the biggest chuckle when I finally figured it out. I ain’t too bright about doing things.

Matt Stevens interprets the number 17

It took me a while to get all of them. I think I like “Party” best, though “Dolly” gave me the biggest chuckle when I finally figured it out. I ain’t too bright about doing things.

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Ladies and gentlemen, illustrator Tom Whalen:

my poster design for the colonial theatre’s december showing of “Batman Returns.”

There’s plenty more where this came from on Tom’s site, but I could stare at this all night. 

Ladies and gentlemen, illustrator Tom Whalen:

my poster design for the colonial theatre’s december showing of “Batman Returns.”

There’s plenty more where this came from on Tom’s site, but I could stare at this all night. 

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About her fabulous Unemployment Icon Set, Vancouver art director and designer Christy Nyiri says:

Alternately titled “Freelancer’s Icon Set”, this project started while making graphics for my new business card but gradually becoming more and more inspired by my current job situation and sweatpants.

Those sweatpants, oohhh those sweatpants. :)

About her fabulous Unemployment Icon Set, Vancouver art director and designer Christy Nyiri says:

Alternately titled “Freelancer’s Icon Set”, this project started while making graphics for my new business card but gradually becoming more and more inspired by my current job situation and sweatpants.

Those sweatpants, oohhh those sweatpants. :)

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http://www.luuk.com.au/
I can’t link directly to the inside pages, but check out “Luuk’s” awesome minimal refined drawings for garments and galleries.
(via Kitsune Noir)

http://www.luuk.com.au/

I can’t link directly to the inside pages, but check out “Luuk’s” awesome minimal refined drawings for garments and galleries.

(via Kitsune Noir)

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Gorgeous Typographic Posters by Tom Davie. Hard to choose just one to share here. Go look! Go!

Gorgeous Typographic Posters by Tom Davie. Hard to choose just one to share here. Go look! Go!

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Rudo y Sensible (by Pablo Luebert)

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