UK-based designer, Stephanie Baxter, created a hand-lettered series of prints, titled “We Go Together Like…“, based on a combination of items that we love to consume. Check out her lovely prints below, and purchase your very own copy of these and her other AWESOME creations from her Etsy Store.
What are some of your favorite combinations? I love vinegar and french fries, while some of my friends love Wendy’s frosty with french fries…weird…right?!?
p.s. Make sure to check out her entire portfolio…she’s done some really creative and truly inspiring work!
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If you had 24 hours to visit a city, what would be on top of your list of things to do and see? Fernando Volken Togni, created a series of “24 Hours in …” prints for Qatar Airways to be featured in Orxy Magazine, and now sold online. Every poster highlights all that each city has to offer. Check out all of the prints below :) Which one is your favorite?
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Flipping through the September issue of HOW, I came upon a brief write-up about Vahram Muratyan’s blog, Paris vs. New York – A Tally of Two Cities. In his visual comparisons, Vahram artfully captures the iconic rivalry between the two cities, in what he describes as “A friendly visual match between two cities told by a lover of Paris wandering through New York”. The illustrations are available as prints, collected into a book, and a beautiful box of postcards. Check out some of my favorites below, and explore the blog for many of the other fantastically witty illustrations.
* You can WIN the box of postcards by entering the designer sweepstakes on the HOW site by September 26, 2012. Good Luck!
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What are Dire Warnings you might ask? They are a terrific series of prints created by Diane and Madeline Tompkins, with bits of wisdom they’d heard from elders or read in books—and according to the ladies, these old sayings might just provide a bit of wisdom for today’s sticky situations! The original art pieces (Diane cut the silhouettes and Madeline did the hand-lettering) were created for a Halloween Show in the Kansas City area, and since they did so well in sales, the duo decided to create a small run of letterpress prints for their Etsy store ($8 each). Check out their excellent work below and browse their store for more hand-lettered, paper cut designs and letterpress art prints.
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