Designer Dana Tanamachi recently completed a pair of labels for Nagging Doubt wine, based out of Okanagan Falls, British Columbia.
Kris Sowersby was commissioned by Muggie Ramadani Design to create the wordmark for Embassy, a luxury retailer based in Switzerland, with stores in Lucerne and St. Moritz.
Why Not Smile designed the website for A Sustainable Future for the Exumas: Environmental Management, Design and Planning. Hoon Kim and Hyo Kwon created a custom ‘dot’ typeface for the homepage of the website.
Neil Kellerhouse is the founder of an L.A. based graphic design firm, Kellerhouse, Inc., whose work in film print packaging and one-sheet design has become increasingly recognizable in the past five years.
Jessica Hische was asked by Josh Higgins to create this letterpress print as a tribute to the late Doyald Young. Proceeds from the poster sale will help set up a type scholarship in Doyald Young’s name.
Sentimental Journey is a collaboration between poet Kate Camp, graphic artist Sarah Maxey and type designer Kris Sowersby.
Fifty and Fifty is a project created and curated by Dan Cassaro, where fifty designers have been asked to each illustrate one motto from an American state.
Rudi de Wet is a South African illustrator, typographer and graphic designer whose work is characterized by bold, energetic illustration and lettering.
Continuing with the the theme of custom lettering in the food industry, here we have a small project completed for a rebranding of Bistro, a café located within Art Central in downtown Calgary, Alberta.
Chester Jenkins from Village was commissioned to produce site-specific lettering for conceptual artist Mary Ellen Carroll’s piece Indestructible Language.
Ryan Rhodes (aka Bigger than Giants) developed an original typographic solution for a rebrand of Johnson’s Organic Farm from Austin, Texas.