Design
Cardon Webb's Sacks

Cardon Webb’s Sacks

The pun in the title refers to, other than Cardon Webb working on book covers for Oliver Sacks, sacks of talent the man has. This particular idea of the in-house designer for Vintage Books was initially mothballed, only to later be put back for discussion and eventually realized. We can see that the reason for...
The Small Stakes

The Small Stakes

Jason Munn, a graphic designer, makes band, concert and movie posters, from his independent studio The Small Stakes. He has a very minimalistic, economic style of design – clean lines and two, sometimes three colors. These characteristics of style would be a limiting factor for most designers, not technically but idea-wise. The way Mr. Munn...
Raising the Bar

Raising the Bar

Noma Bar is an Israeli artist, whose works have already become a reference for aspiring illustrators and designers. Born into a family of artists and graduated as one in 2000, Mr. Bar has quickly developed a unique style – incorporating simple yet telling shapes into one another, to create strong messages that don’t really have...
Oh, the complexity!

Oh, the complexity!

You have painters, graphic designers, illustrators, sculptors, people who create installations, and then, you have Scott Moore – the incorporationist. We know we’ve just made up a word, but believe it’s appropriate. You’ll know what we mean by visiting Mr. Moore’s gallery and clicking to see the step-by-step process of making any of these paintings....
Father of the Cover

Father of the Cover

‘What do we owe¬†Alex Steinweiss?’, you might ask yourself. Well, if it wasn’t for this particular graphic designer, you might have gotten your new Arcade Fire album in a brown paper bag. That’s how records were sold up to the late 1930s, when this man invented the album cover, at the age of 23. It’s...