Script & Seal is an illustration studio by Liz Meyer & Gavin Potenza.
We are very excited to announce our Kickstarter campaign to create a book for the 20th Anniversary of Design is Kinky in 2018. We would love to have your support. Check the Kickstarter page for more information. Thanks!
Have you checked out the category winners for the A’Design Awards? There are some amazing entries there. Don’t forget to enter this years awards.
London based publishers GraphicDesign& produce some nice design books, including the recently released Can Graphic Design Save Your Life?. Check them out.
Nice art/design work by Nick Booton, working as Brui Studio.
We’re huge fans of print here at Design is Kinky and love the idea behind, and design of, the Adventure Handbook who are currently running a Kickstarter for their first issue.
Nice work by New York based designer Philip Johnson.
The A’Design Awards has released it’s call for submissions for the 2017/18 awards. Check the site for details of last years winners and to enter.
Make sure to check out the winners of the 2016/2017 A’Design Awards. Plenty of amazing work in there in many different categories.
Great work by Belgium based graphic designer Tim Bisschop.
Street Design Words is the design work of Natassa Pappa. Her work for the Und. Athens map is particularly nice.
Sydney based publisher Formist have just released a book about record label Preservation Music. Some nice design work in the book.
We love print, and the crew at Hayman studio in Melbourne produce some great print work.
Beautiful work on the book design for the School of Visual Arts by New York based studio Hinterland.
Nice video work by UK based Cape & Monocle. Their latest clip for Aussie band Kamaliza is very cool.
Nice work by Austrian designer Isabella Thaller.
Supersimbo is a creative agency based in Dublin. We particularly like their illustration work.
Nic work from Jack Vanzet a creative director and artists based in Melbourne.
The crew at Made Publishers have just released Process Journal Eleven. Looks like a great issue so go grab a copy.
Jim Schachterle is a talented designer based in Brooklyn who is also one of the main team at Form&.