Category Archives: Art

COLOR + ILLUSTRATION | Colorful and Retro-esque Posters by Neil Stevens

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Images via Allan Peters

Quick post: The venerable Allan Peters had Neil Stevens’ work posted at his site and I thought I would share it here too. Stevens’ colorful posters are minimalist, but each thoughtful details and a color palette that brings the concept to life.

Below are a few samples, but many more images can be found at the link!

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*camille

 

 

PRINT | Wee Society’s Colorful Animal Alphabet

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I’m a sucker for fun prints and artwork that have the potential to put a smile on your face. This geometric, colorful animal print from Wee Society features a hidden alphabet amongst the illustrations – entertaining to explore for adults and kids alike.

Click the link for more detailed images and to check out the other offerings from the Wee Society store. They’ve got a good thing going over there!

*camille

OLD + NEW | Target 50th Anniversary Photos

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Allan Peters, Senior Art Director for Target, has posted images of the window graphics created to celebrate the company’s 50th anniversary.

Interestingly, Mr. Peters notes that the photographs were taken with “high-flash” photography to cast a crisp shadow of each model on their respective backdrop (which are Target ads from the 1960s). The shadowing effect, Peters writes, delivers “the perfect blend of past and present.”

It’s a subtle, but effective way to communicate the concept of joining old and new.

*camille

GRAPHICS + FILM | Sherlock Holmes Title Sequence

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These are beautifully textural images from the title sequence of the latest Sherlock Holmes film. I’ve yet to see the film, but the first one was certainly a visual treat, so I expect nothing less of the sequel.

Click the link to Graphic-Exchange above for many more images and an interview with the designer, Prologue.

Gorgeous work by gifted designers!

*camille

PHOTOGRAPHY | Eric Ryan Anderson

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I stumbled upon the work of Eric Ryan Anderson yesterday (via the wonders of the internets!) and really love the life he is able to capture in his work. The portraits, in particular, remind me of Paul Strand — seemingly un-posed, simply a capture of a moment in time between the tasks of the day.

Check out Eric’s photo blog to see more of his beautiful work.

Enjoy!

*camille