Inspired by: Zim & Zou

The Fox’s Den is an incredibly detailed¬†window display by French studio¬†Zim and Zou.¬†Created for¬†Herm√®s in¬†Barcelona, each piece of the display is constructed by hand out of paper and leather.

Check out¬†Zim and Zou‘s amazing¬†portfolio which is jam packed with vibrant¬†paper sculptures, installations and illustration¬†here!

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Inspired by: Anna Kövecses

Festive Summer by Anna Kövecses

Anna K√∂vecses’ super cute¬†Festive Summer¬†prints were originally made for a Dutch children’s clothing brand for a new spring/summer collection. Anna’s concept was to celebrate summer in a happy and festive way, so she incorporated all things summery that gets kids excited. Surprisingly, as Anna mentions on her¬†website, the designs weren’t selected by the company, so hopefully they will find a new home with someone who appreciates them. I would definitely buy all of these!

Find more of Anna’s work over at her behance portfolio¬†here

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Featured on Typography Served

Lubalin Cookies

Typography Served is one of a network of category-specific Served sites that showcase the best projects on the Behance Network, offering work even more exposure. I was pleased to find out last week that my Lubalin cookie project I did for my Shillington Masterclass, was featured on such a site. I couldn’t be anymore chuffed and proud.

Only seems fitting that at the same time, a new book is to be released about the life of Herb Lubalin called ‚Äď American Graphic Designer. More here on the wonderful¬†The Fox is Black

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