Hot off the press from Amsterdam, internationally acclaimed hairstylist, Tommy Hagen, has taken his boundless energy and devoted it to a new creative journal called TonkaTom. The journal unites fashion and art for a innovative, diverse and socially dynamic visual experience.
I just stumbled over the very graphic and colorful work of Danish multi-disciplinary arts and design studio Hvass & Hannibal. Since 2006, its founders, Nan Na Hvass & Sofie Hannibal have worked in close collaborative partnership with illustrative and conceptual design in a number of different fields for numerous clients in Europe, Asia and the [...]
You should already know artist Geoff McFetridge for his work with The New York Times, Colette or Nike. His very graphic signature style of pastel colors and simple shapes made him famous in the graphic design and art world. McFetridge has an upcoming new solo exhibition at Copper Cole in Toronto, so
Cape Town based graphic designer and artist Jordan Metcalf was asked by Boston Magazine to create a toolkit for their 2012 ‘Best of Boston’ issue. The work includes a lock-up for the table of contents, an opening DPS for the section, and various sub-section headers. With editorial typography on our minds lately, Metcalf’s work flagged [...]
Rizon Parein is a bright example of the lucky ones who turned their passion into profession. With a fondness for 3D letter design, Parein dropped out of school at 17 and started with flyers design for Belgian night clubs while freelancing for international agencies followed soon. Now, Parein has managed to build a successful career [...]
Rick Owens‘ consistent, clean and very much “ahead of his time” vision transcends both his mens and womens fashion collections down through to his furniture, home furnishings, reaching into the details of his company: his lookbooks being an extension of this very pure and authentic aesthetic. There is no doubt when one see’s a Rick Owens [...]
If you are in the fashion industry you already know what a show package is and you have probably seen some of these. If you are not in the industry, a show package is the roster a model agency proposes to the brands for their runways. You might have seen our review on One Management [...]
Siggi Eggertsson has a succinct, yet light-hearted, write-up on his site: “Grew up drawing, painting and building stuff. Also played some basketball and collected basketball cards. Got my first PC, at first I mainly used it to
I just stumbled over this delightful re-branding project of American Airlines from graphic designer Anna Kovecses. She created a new experimental identity (for a Victors and Spoils project) aiming to help AA reinvent itself after filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection in 2011.
The Tool, left Copywriter vs. Art Director is a series of illustrations depicting the eternal dispute and differences between the two. While not everyone may agree, these seem pretty on par with what we have experienced here at Trendland. Scroll for more, you will surely have a laugh or two!
I’m loving the “Flying Houses” series by French photographer Laurent Chehere. Inspired by the 19th and 20th arrondissement of Paris and more specifically the Belleville and Menilmontant neighborhoods, Chehere elevates architecture to a new level – literally. Elevating typical Parisians houses from the monotony of the
Not the most recent artwork seen on the web, but since we haven’t reviewed it, I thought it was a good idea to introduce you to the beautiful celebrity portraits work of Craig Redman of the NY graphic design duo Craig & Karl. The series, Guise and Protagonist, was designed for