Turkish Jewfro


My name is Gabe, and I'm a web and graphic designer.

Here you'll find funny posts, personal posts, and lots of posts about music. Welcome to my life.

Draft & Draw Coaster
by Jeremiah Britton

Let’s face it: I’m a sucker for logos with dual symbolism. This one caught my eye as I browsed. It is a promotional coaster for an event called Draft & Draw, where people can go to drink beer, eat pizza, and draw. It is hosted by an artist who has worked with companies such as pixar, and is a very low key yet weirdly attractive event.
Regardless of the event, I love this design. It’s simple and symmetrical, both of which attract my attention. The focal icon is a number two pencil that is shaped and colored like a beer stein, head and all. All the necessary information is presented, and the layout is just so clean. It all works really well together, especially considering the medium. Printing this on a coaster was brilliant, since half of the event revolves around beer. I applaud the designer for his cleverness.

Draft & Draw Coaster

by Jeremiah Britton

Let’s face it: I’m a sucker for logos with dual symbolism. This one caught my eye as I browsed. It is a promotional coaster for an event called Draft & Draw, where people can go to drink beer, eat pizza, and draw. It is hosted by an artist who has worked with companies such as pixar, and is a very low key yet weirdly attractive event.

Regardless of the event, I love this design. It’s simple and symmetrical, both of which attract my attention. The focal icon is a number two pencil that is shaped and colored like a beer stein, head and all. All the necessary information is presented, and the layout is just so clean. It all works really well together, especially considering the medium. Printing this on a coaster was brilliant, since half of the event revolves around beer. I applaud the designer for his cleverness.

type-lover:

Imaginarium
by Anton Burmistrov

Anton Burmistrov is a designer that I’ve been following for a couple months now, and I’ve fallen in love with his work. As you can see above, he is a master illustrator. He created this piece for a creative room in his agency that they call the Imaginarium. The typography is beautiful, and the amount of work that he put into it is astonishing. Each letter is perfectly shaped and the incredibly ornate designs surrounding it may look like clutter at first, but they are very intricate patterns.

I love the way this looks. He said his inspiration was 19th century typography, and I think he nailed it. This piece is so inspiring, and just looking at it instantly makes me think creativity. It reminds me of the World’s Fair, where thousands of inventions and revolutionary technologies were displayed. It really makes you feel like there is so much left to discover, and that you could be the one to discover it.

I love this so much.

I love this so much.

Edgar Allan Poe pop-up book, featuring four different stories. I cant tell you how badly I want this for my future children… And also myself. #poe #mykidswillbecultured

Edgar Allan Poe pop-up book, featuring four different stories. I cant tell you how badly I want this for my future children… And also myself. #poe #mykidswillbecultured

alyssaxxrees:

Each one of us is a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess and a criminal.
Sincerely yours, the Breakfast Club

alyssaxxrees:

Each one of us is a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess and a criminal.

Sincerely yours, the Breakfast Club

(via 80srockwillneverdie)