That’s the title of the site for Will Bryant, who is an artist I stumbled upon while procrastinating on fffound. (so thank you fffound for finding me another artist to fall in love with.) I love his hand-done vibes, and free-form work that is full of fun energy. Not only that, but some clients he has done work for include Nike, Kraft Foods Brazil, Stussy, You Work For Them, The Polyphonic Spree, & MuteMath. I LOVELOVELOVELOEEEVEEEEE hand-drawn design/type, so this is exactly the kind of work I needed to see to get me moving on some inspirational journeys!!
I just googled his name and a bunch of various portfolio sites, links, and social networking sites popped up, but his main site with links to everything else can be found at willbryant.com
Enjoy some of my favorites below!
- when talking about Nick's recent injury....
- Nick: I have a prescription to vicodin
- Me: Woooooo!!!!! EVEN BETTER!!!!! I'll bring over some beers so you can REALLY get effed up!
- Nick: Steph...calm
- Me: Haha okay. You're right. Just take yo pills and get yo rest and eat lots of CANDY!!!! that always makes everything better!
- Nick: I feel like I should be asking you if you need help.
Thank you John Larwood for this site. Now I will have a never-ending flow of design quotes. And now I have another site to make sure I stay on the right track to procrastination. Check it out! JUST KEEP CLICKING THE BUTTON FOR MORE QUOTES!!!!! YEEEEEEE!
buttons are so much fun.
Thank you John Larwood
Twitter launched a new site called “Twitter Stories” which highlights people who use Twitter in suprising ways. From a guy who tweeted that he needed a kidney (and then got one) to a story of a son saving his mom’s bookstore through one tweet; these stories are awesome!
Not only is this such a creative idea, the layout is beautiful, yet fun & simple so it makes you want to read more (reminds me of some tumblr layouts). Good job @twitterstories!!
Read up on the new site here.
Yay for creative ideas! Yay for twitter and amazing stories that come from tweets!
Translate a unique brand name and chef personality into a cohesive brand. Find packaging solutions that are organic and affordable, yet versatile enough to cover a broad range of product.
Created simple logo type, supplemented with series of stamps and stickers. Decorated standard boxes to create a feel unique to the brand. Photographed the chef, product, and kitchen environment.
Another Great Branding by Tractobeam
Simple and sweet.