Rick Berkelmans aka Hedof has a certain syle of attitude, well thought out bringing you a fix of drawn typograpy and illustration. Heldof has featured in a number of shows including “GO FONT YOUR SELF” Which has a new book out soon.
Heldof’s website is well worth a gander and has some prints for sale too.
Fifty States – Fifty Designers – Fifty State Mottos – Fifty and Fifty have a great line up of designers taking part Including:
Friends of Type
And Many more here
Mike Perry interview on grain edit
Alex Varanese Illustrator and Designer Really likes the color red and vintage aesthetics
On December 16th 2010 at 1000 Pound Bend Gallery, over 30 posters, featuring international artists and designers, will be on exhibition and on sale for $30 at the Melbourne Edition of HELLO. The posters will additionally be on exhibit at hellopostershow.com. The proceeds raised from the show will benefit StreetSmart Australia, an organisation supporting and strengthening smaller, grassroots community efforts helping the homeless. More info at StreetSmartAustralia.org.
To date, posters have sold to a worldwide audience raising over $3500 and we are hoping, with support of the Melbourne community, we can raise much more.
For more information visit hellopostershow.com or email Leisha Muraki at Gday@hellopostershow.com
Special Thanks to Katy Robinson of CaptainRobbo.com for the prints, Spicers Paper and The Burnells
Poster Above by Barrett
Georgia Perry : illustrator and designer has some nice hand drawn typography to entertain your eyes. Go see >>
Nothing like a great big red ampersand in the morning , photographer Chinako, check out more of her awesome photography on flickr.
CitID is a submission based collection of typographic/graphic logos representing the cities of the world. Amazing graphic work from around the world, and you can be part of it too.
Graphic designer and artist Chris Piascik, has a way with hand typography. For more, visit his website.
Loving the poster for the ‘Lyrics and Type‘ Exhibition, from Timba Smits. Looks set to be amazing, pity it isn’t closer to home 🙁