Ersinhan Ersin

June 7, 2010

some of the most creative graphic design works that I’ve come across lately.

“Ersinhan was born in Sakarya in 1984. He began studying Visual Communication Design at Gazi University in 2006. Whilst working professionally in various sectors of design, he also produces video, animation, visual placement and performance work on the side. Having won several awards both locally and internationally, Ersinhan’s work has also been exhibited in various collective exhibitions in Italy, Holland, Belgium and China.”

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original source: http://www.bananemag.com/ & http://www.ersinhanersin.com/

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Sean Freeman

April 11, 2010

Sean Freeman is an illustrator and typographer who has just joined the roster of the New York rep agency, Levine/Leavitt. He has come up with several innovative typographic designs and I like this one in particular.

Vanessa Lam

March 16, 2010

Check out her graphic design works.

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Project Never

February 20, 2010

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Have you ever had one of your best concepts brutally rejected, making you feel the harsh sting of rejection? Of course you have. Thats why you should check out Project Never, presented by Communication Arts, Veer, and a handful of other sponsors. You may have already heard of it, but for those who haven’t, its basically a free competition that allows graphic designers to send in work that was never used by clients. What a fantastic way to ease the pain of having all your hard work torn to shreds! Deadline for submission is March 8th, 2010. Winners are announced April 15th.

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Non-Format

February 9, 2010

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In September, the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis presents its most ambitious group show since its grand opening six years ago. For the blind man in the dark room looking for the black cat that isn’t there starts with the premise that art is not a code that needs cracking. Celebrating the experience of not-knowing and unlearning, the artists in this exhibition understand the world in speculative terms, eager to keep art separate from explanation. Embracing a spirit of curiosity, this show is dedicated to the playfulness of being in the dark.

Artists: Anonymous, Dave Hullfish Bailey, Marcel Broodthaers, Sarah Crowner, Mariana Castillo Deball, Eric Duyckaerts, Ayse Erkmen, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Peter Fischli & David Weiss, Rachel Harrison, Giorgio Morandi, Matt Mullican, Bruno Munari, Nashashibi/Skaer, Falke Pisano, Jimmy Raskin, Frances Stark, Rosemarie Trockel, Patrick van Caeckenbergh, David William. Catalog designed by Will Holder.

For the blind man in the dark room looking for the black cat that isn’t there is curated by Anthony Huberman.

For the blind man in the dark room looking for the black cat that isn’t there will travel to an additional American venue, and a slightly modified version of the exhibition will simultaneously travel to three European venues:

September 11, 2009 – January 3, 2010:
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis

December 3, 2009 – January 31, 2010:
Institute of Contemporary Arts, London

February 5 – April 4, 2010:
Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit

February – April 2010:
de Appel Arts Centre, Amsterdam

May – August 2010:
Culturgest, Lisbon

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Two magazine covers from 2009 was Geoff McFetridge’s artwork for Huck Magazine (bi-monthly lifestyle magazine) and Little White Lies (cinema magazine with amazing covers). I just love this kind of stuff.

little white lies huck magazine joint split cover geoff mcfetridge where the wild things are spike jonze

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