South African designer and illustrator Justin Poulter created a mini-series of abstract, psychedelic and biological-inspired graphics for Herbal Skateboards.
Dominic H. Roberts is an independent graphic designer. He likes clean lines and uses art history to inform his critical thinking and problem solving.
The corporate identity for Howard Audio was created using cymatics, making it possible to explore what effects different sounds and instruments would have on a physical logo.
Oh Wow! time. Today’s edition includes some golden photographs, a daily type challenge, a lookbook video and a song about things we do on the weekend.
A collection of some of the most inspiring, thoughtful and interesting design insights from our Graphic Design Month interviews throughout March.
Gillian Benjamin believes in making a social impact through graphic design and in 2012, this led her to set up her own design business. We peek into her archives for some insight into her personal design evolution over the years.
In today’s Oh Wow! we’ve rounded up some gooey, colourful event posters, a photo story on Joburg’s creative hairstyles and a 3D lettering experiment using paint strokes.
Andrew Footit is a self-taught graphic designer from Johannesburg specialising in branding, custom lettering and creating custom typefaces – his latest being Roper, a western styled display font.
Osmond Tshuma lets us know why the Mexico 68 typeface, designed by Lance Wyman for the Olympic Games, is as fresh today as it was 47 years ago.
From “semi-generative” portraits to long, twisted limbs, 6 illustrators take on 6 trends in illustration to see if they can steer them in new directions.
Simone Rossum shares her insights, thoughts and uncertainties about graphic design from her experience as creative director at Shift Joe Public.
In this instalment of Elements, MARK Studio’s Craig and Frederick speak about the gorgeously crafted packaging design for a self-promotional project by Stranger & Stranger.
Jordan Metcalf discovered his passion for custom lettering before the trend exploded, putting him on the ground floor of an emerging design movement. He shares his key learnings through a chronological look-back at his career so far.
A tapestry still in progress, a new range of colourful patterned furniture, a photo story inspired by Emojis, a new music mix and loads more in today’s Oh Wow!
Moe Kekana is an Art Director at advertising agency King James who, after hours, turns to swirling lettering and crisp vector lines as an outlet “that’s cheaper than whiskey or therapy.”