Amazing work for the new IMG Models Show package by Norway based studio Anti Grandpeople.
I still haven’t decided yet what I like the most: if the packaging, the illustrations or the typeface. Everything looks stunning!
Cool packaging update by Barcelona based Moruba. A graphic design studio made up of Daniel Morales, Javier Euba and Teresa Rodríguez. Founded in 2008 by Daniel and Javier, who both trained in Barcelona and have over 15 years’ experience. They have seen their projects rewarded with prizes, nominations and selections. Their projects have been featured in various national and international journals and books. And all the while, enjoying themselves with each and every job that comes into their studio and proud of each one when it leaves.
2013 is coming to an end, and I’ve begun gathering my favourite musics of 2013.
Listen and subscribe to Changing Lines 2013′s Selection on Spotify.
Thanks a lot to the 4.000 persons that visited Changing Lines last week.
I hope you have enjoyed it, and that I was able to share with the world the outstanding work coming out of Hong Kong. I couldn’t post all the studios I would like to. I still have a hand full of brilliant creatives, that I will post in the future.
To end this special event, I have chosen this particular work for a HK based online shop.
This beautiful identity was made by the guys over at Substance, a multidisciplinary studio ran by Maxime and Jessica.
Really interesting work from Young and Innocent. With an advertisement and visual communication background, you would never expect to see this kind of work. Their projects are far from the conventional designer’s portfolio. They bring a conceptual-art feel into their works, and the result is amazing! Young and Innocent was founded by Lio Yeung and Kay Au Yeung in 2012.
Does the name Victionary ring you a bell?
Well, guess what.. they are from Hong Kong. One hundred percent.
The amazing team that puts together such an outstanding collection of graphic design from all around the world was born and raised in Hong Kong.
Hats off to the editors, and also to the design team – for the amazing work that they have been doing. I want to buy all their books, just by their cover.
Also, thanks a million to Queenie! For all the images, and showing me around Hong Kong.
Click below for a closer look at their latest publication, 64 Eminent Creatives from Great Britain.