Creative work is self perpetuating. If you design and share the work you want to be paid for as side projects, clients will eventually start to engage you to create that work for them… Volvovski wanted to design more books, “But I wasn’t getting book work, and since I read a lot, I figured, for fun, as an exercise, I would do it anyway, to see what I came up with.” I love this project and the intent behind it.
An artist, designer and typographer, Nick Chaffe's uniquely detailed illustration style has attracted the attention of some of the biggest brands in the world. After a decade of success, Creative Boom caught up with the Manchester-based creative to talk about discovering graphic design as a career path, the ups and downs of freelancing and what he'd change about the industry.
far from the same old shit - Maria's latest personal project explores different genres of calligraphy with some playful profanity.
Link: http://dearhow.to is an information design side project by Sol Kawage, Josefina Bravo & Tomoko Furukawa where the three designers share information via post without using text.
Talented Type Designer Dave Foster combines his love for letterforms with his passion for cycling in 'Tour De Fonts'... Creating a typeface for every stage of the Tour De France.
Rafael Serra's Letterdrop is an ode to alphabetic enquiry and having fun with form!