Process, experiments, observations,
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14 February 2019

POSTED BY INKSURGE

Throwback Thursday - a project T-shirt design for Kapok and Hooked Clothing for the "Some kind of wonderful" Exhibition.

Some Kind of Wonderful Exhibition

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Some Kind of Wonderful Exhibition
Some Kind of Wonderful Exhibition
Some Kind of Wonderful Exhibition
Some Kind of Wonderful Exhibition

14 February 2019

POSTED BY INKSURGE

Another throwback infographic design for Everywhereweshoot's Wedding

12 October 2018

POSTED BY ZOOREX

Here are some of the photos we took in Zurich a few months ago. Really inspiring to see the real deal swiss posters in your face :)

One for all, all for one

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One for all, all for one
One for all, all for one
One for all, all for one
One for all, all for one

21 June 2018

POSTED BY INKSURGE

We recently designed the identity for Cheryl Tiu's Cross Cultures

Cross Cultures

9 March 2018

POSTED BY ZOOREX

Recognize this? I love this garbage!

PM Friday
PM Friday

18 February 2018

POSTED BY ZOOREX

We can't believe Sandwich is already celebrating their 20th anniversary this year. We have been designing their album since 2003! <S><S><S>

Sandwich XX
Sandwich XX
Sandwich XX

1 October 2017

POSTED BY ZOOREX

Evangelion Shin Gekijoban: 3nd Impact. Developed by Grasshopper Manufacture and published by Bandai Namco Games. 2011. PSP. UI love!
Src - graylok

3nd Impact

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3nd Impact
3nd Impact
3nd Impact
3nd Impact
3nd Impact
3nd Impact
3nd Impact

6 September 2017

POSTED BY JOIS

The new record of The National - Sleep Well Beast.

Just found out that it was designed by Luke Hayman, a New York based Pentagram partner!

My all time favourite band, and I was not aware Matt Berninger and Scott Devendorf had a design background.

Hayman had known Devendorf from his days working with Miller, and the two had been in touch over the years leading up to this project – the first on which The National had brought in a formal agency to work on such a wide-ranging suite of designs. “They’re a very smart band and were very self-aware that they were working with Pentagram to do an identity,” says Hayman, “so one thing led to another, and they found it quite amusing to push the idea of making it ‘corporate.’” [Pentagram work for The National takes wry look at corporate branding]

Pentagram X Ntl.
Pentagram X Ntl.