Greycork’s mission is to responsibly grow a brand for the home through understanding our customers, our partners, and ourselves. Our vision is to empower others to keep on working with their hands. Furniture brand Greycork has been rapidly growing for the past few years since its crowdfunding campaign took off over at Indiegogo. Co-founders John Humphrey,...
Faculty Department‘s long awaited inaugural issue is now available in their site and in selected shops. This book is a collection of stories from the travels of photographer Justin Chung that explores the intimate process between an artist and inspiration from daily living. Stories from thirteen individuals who share their passion from Parisian café founder Thomas...
Born and bred New York designer Brian Persico keeps a studio in Brooklyn where he produces wood and metal tools and furnitures using traditional methods of manufacturing which makes his pieces more personal and unique from the mass produced homewares.
Photographer Serrah Russell uses instant film, digital, and found imagery to create her work. In her collage are old photographs with scribbled geometric patterns or smudged with polish or oil paint obscuring the identity or original image of the portraits creating altered perception of remnants of the past, and contrasting it to modern sentiments. Russell is...
Sans serif Margot typeface was inspired from typographic signage reminiscent of Art Deco found in the streets of Paris. The typeface was designed by Mitchell Paone, an art director in DIA, and musician.
The portfolio of Brian W. Ferry has accumulated wonderful photographs of potteries and plants. This New York based photographer has contributed photographs for lifestyle, fashion, and plant magazines like Wilder Quarterly, Dwell, and Freunde von Freunden. Also browse through his blog for more of his recent work.
Millions of people die each year from waterborne related diseases. The Drinkable Book teaches safe water habits while its paper can be used as filter capable of killing 99% of bacteria responsible for diseases such as cholera, typhoid, and E.coli. To use the book, you tear out a filter from a page and slip it into...
The works of Alex Lin and Nicholas Weltyk of Studio Lin includes diverse range of print design from architecture, fashion, and industrial.
An impressive selection of identity from the strategic minds of Becca and Jason of Tag Collective, founded back in 2010. We’re not just makers, we’re not just strategists, we’re not just developers — we’re the handymen of branding. Combining different skillsets is what leads to unique, artfully crafted and innovative solutions.
Brooklyn based Two Arms Inc. has an assortment of pieces and known for the vintage silkscreen grittiness on their illustrations, brand identity, posters, and apparels.
New York based Fort Standard is a contemporary industrial design studio founded by Ian Collings and Gregory Buntain. Aside from a wonderful selection of well crafted home goods, they provide branding and custom furniture for shops. Fort Standard creates more than just great furniture, they design an experience that elevates the brand’s image through spatial design....
Nicholas Feltron has been collecting and analyzing data form his everyday life since 2005. It never cease to amuse me how meticulous some of these charts and graphs are, not to mention personal. His prints are also available on his site.
Simple and practical identity for New York’s surf shop Saturdays‘ coffee brand. A good cup of cappuccino whilst browsing the small shop for some surfing gear.
A new branding from Manual for an independent microbrewery in Colorado. Manual created a complete visual and verbal personality to reflect the owners’ passion for beer, while reflecting a little of the local history of city as a gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park, and as a town founded with the inception of the Colorado Central...
Great redesign project by John Wilson, this piece won the Course Director’s award.
Ghostly images from New York based photographer Jacob Sutton.
Came across Hunter Gatherer‘s wonderful and animated woodwork, founded by Todd St. John.
A clean and bold letterhead and card for the modern studio Berger & Fohr based in Colorado.
Designer, Animator and Illustrator Dan Cassaro has a mean collection of astounding type and logos. He is currently based in Brooklyn, New York.
An awesome project I came across last year, but since it is summer reposting it here. A project initiated by Jason Anello of Manifold for their client Sungevity, trotting in this solar powered truck giving out free popsicles! The colorful and scrumptious illustrations are by Kelli Anderson.