Leaf Alphabet by Twan van Keulen
I love taking something from the physical world into the digital world and vice versa. In my work I often try to physically create something, and then use technology to digitise it. I try to stray away from my computer as much as possible because I find it hard to be motivated when staring at a box with buttons below it.
By precisely cutting leaves with a scalpel graphic designer Twan va Keulen was able to create a beautiful typographic piece that has a lovely light summery vibe. Poster prints will soon be available so make sure you keep updated with his work through the links below.
Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa takes packaging design to a whole new level through literalist design. Most brands and packaging nowadays bombard users with texts, fonts, colors and elements to stand out from the supermarket shelf. Fukasawa takes the road less traveled and created these brilliant packaging designs.
I had to make a magazine about anything I wanted, sounds simple. Its not…out tutor told us how someone once did a magazine on ‘potatoes’ and he thought that was the shit. This raised the bar for the most obscure thing you could design a magazine about! I struggled, with this but I thought I’d put to use my trollies from my photography project. This then expanded to things generally abandoned or lost or found. I called it ‘Waifs & Strays’. The spreads are about found notes on the floor, abandoned traffic cones and things found in the attic.