I was fortunate enough to stumble across this on Behance the other day. A really cool way to introduce people to new music and get to see some amazing typography.
This is totally worth the few minutes to see!
Thibault de Fournas of France is responsible for making this stunning video on typography and some of its usages. A video well worth viewing more than a couple times in a row.
A shout out to Will Hodges for showing me this simply breath taking typography video. Give it a looksie!
Luke Bott is another designer whose style I can really dig. Being able to vector render objects to have as much character as his illustrations have is something noteworthy.
He is a Kansas based freelance designer and gives me inspiration to no end to achieve what I want to. Here is another artist that will make your life better after checking out, give him a looksie!
All Images the property of Luke Bott
I had the wonderful pleasure of meeting Dan last year during a Fort Hays State University AIGA sponsored artist visit. I can honestly say it is hard to find a more chill, humble, and down to earth guy.
Dan speaks a lot about concept and symbol based design. He himself includes a lot of Utah and Salt Lake City based history into some of his prints. He does a lot of letterpress work but this man is also a killer illustrator and fine artist.
You will be a better person for checking out this mans work! Give it a looksie if ya would!
Poster design by Ryan Bosse: http://www.ryanbosse.com/
Some Custer Creative originals found themselves clear up in Chicago. A big thank you to Amber Hampton and Kerri Soukup of Leo Burnett for giving Custer Creative some really amazing advice through this following year as well as a home for these bad boys. Thank you so very much!
An amazingly beautiful display of how light can be extremely powerful when applied in non traditional ways! These guys made a vehicle that pulled a laser array behind it and videoed the effects on the landscape in slow-motion HD.
They say it is the first of many to come and will be videoed in more locations. This is completely stunning and worth a good looksie.
Here is their website: http://www.lightecho.es/