Category Archives: Graphic Design
A distillation of the London skyline by Stephen Longwill.For art prints, pillows,t-shirts and more of Stephen’s work click here
Park life in London Fields by Stephen Longwill.
I love these city panoramas from Abigail Daker. They have a large dose of realism from the observation and adherence to rules perspective , yet still retain the personality of the artist through her line.
Great lively observational line drawings from Eva Solano with the colours acidic yet subtle. The compositions are that of a sketch book riff, with an off the cuff yet ordered look.
Christophe Huet The homeless drowning in the concrete as the city sucks them down! Great digitally manipulated images from Christophe Huet letting the imagination run free with the concepts and then fine technical realisation.
test4design Steve Longwill’s (test4design) semiotic deconstruction fanzine, the layout is based around a horizontal gutter roughly a third up the golden rectangle recto and verso pages. The play of the changing proportions of the images and type blocks, and colour … Continue reading
Created by Sam Loman, the Human Body Subway Map is a look at the body’s internal constitution. Much like your typical subway line, this map features different lines designed to connect the human body.
Alice in Wonderland Posters Alice in Wonderland Posters by Steve Longwill (test4design) using the playing card to express the dream/reality duality of the book.
Olympic Posters The early Olympic Posters were used as more a means of advertising and a way of divulging functional information such as ticket prices and venue details. Later on with the advent of instant mass communication and increased professionalization … Continue reading
test4design Steve Longwill aka test4design gives us his entry to the dont panic poster competition. Our lazy summer pints will never look the same again.
new gothic test4design’s new gothic a strange vision of the ghost of Hollywood past and present
Jason Munn (The small stakes) comes up with clever clean minimal visual puns for his posters.