Tag Archive | Graphic Designer

The Art of Paper Typography

Sabeena Karnik is a Graphic designer, illustrator and fine artist from Mumbai, India.  She specializes in paper sculpturing and acrylic murals.

Oh My Head

Alexandre Bordereau, otherwise known as “aRe-y0u-iN” is a French artist  who is self taught, having never taken any courses in photography or graphic design. He did however study computer science at University, but programming, not design. Oh My Head! is a unique series of pieces that represent a wide spectrum of emotions that are expressed without facial expressions.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Noma Bar’s Negative Space

Escape The Weather

Avinoam Noma Bar, (born in 1973 in Israel) is a Graphic Designer. His work has appeared in many media outlets including: Time Out LondonBBCRandom HouseThe ObserverThe Economist and Wallpaper*.[1] Bar has illustrated over sixty magazine covers, published over 550 illustrations and released two books of his work through Mark Batty Publisher: ‘Guess Who – The Many Faces of Noma Bar’, and ‘Negative Space‘.

If you like the works of Noma Bar, you might be interested in buying one of his books: Negative Space or Guess Who – The Many Faces of Noma Bar.

Forgive Your Enemies

Gun Crime


Iraqi Oil

War And Peace

Tokyo – Go – Go


Greg is a 23 year old Illustrator & Graphic Designer based in Durban, South Africa. He generally works with vector graphics, clean, colourful, crazy illustrations that get people thinking, laughing or just immersed in detail. He is continually fascinated by anything and everything creative, however characters, designer toys, 2D animation and T-shirt illustrations are just a few things that inspire him to create even more!

The name “Tokyo-Go-Go” is a bit of a cryptic one. Firstly it resembles his love for all things Japanese, as well as his initial urge to pursue a career as a designer. The first “Go” represents how far his come since he began this adventure. Drawing, thinking, creating, everyday. Developing immensely in the process. The second “Go” is all about what’s in store for him in the future.  We are sure with his talent it will be a bright one.

HOME SWEET HOMIES – The exhibition opens on the 26 May! If you’re in Durban head over to Gallery 415 (415 Umgeni Rd).





Great stuff.  You must go and check out Tokyo-Go-Go

%d bloggers like this: