Chelsea Bell Eady

Communication Designer and Artist
pohnnyworld:

According to designer Elizabeth Perez, “The book’s spine is screen-printed with a matchbook striking paper surface, so the book itself can be burned.”
Not that you’d ever want to, of course.


Ok Raechel… This one’s for you.

pohnnyworld:

According to designer Elizabeth Perez, “The book’s spine is screen-printed with a matchbook striking paper surface, so the book itself can be burned.”

Not that you’d ever want to, of course.

Ok Raechel… This one’s for you.

(via 99percentinvisible)

archatlas:

Geoffrey Johnson

Additional works found here.

Very expressive art pieces.

Yes. This.

Yes. This.

(Source: 99percentinvisible)

visualgraphc:

As a graphic designer, what do you think you need to practice the most? 

It can be about concept or execution

Process is the most important thing to practice as a designer. Everything comes from process.

Stunning behind-the-scenes images from Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’

wilwheaton:

Wow.

2001 : A Space Odyssey behind the scenes

noelbadgespugh:

make a wish

http://noelbadgespugh.storenvy.com/

…and my wish is
CB Eady Design’s *quick & dirty* Client Worksheets
Working with your *print* designer

CB Eady Design’s *quick & dirty* Client Worksheets

Working with your *print* designer

typostrate:

There be monsters

is the work of illustrator and designer Stella Björg from Reykjavík, Iceland. There be monsters is a typeface illustration project inspired by medieval maps featuring fantastical creatures of the sea. All letters are designed unique and very fine so that it seems she perfectly got the medieval touch united with a modern sense of design. About her design work she says:”I still love all areas of design, from the initial brainstorming to the fine tuning of a project.”

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Arrrrr mates

typeverything:

Typeverything.com
Know Your Worth by draw_ul.

Know your worth.

typeverything:

Typeverything.com

Know Your Worth by draw_ul.

Know your worth.

typostrate:

Master of letters

This is the work of Xu Bing from Wenling of Zhejiang province now doctor for design on the columbia university in USA. His installations can be seen in the museum of modern art, British Museum, Princeton Art Museum and many more around the planet. Playing with letters and mostly making sculptures out of them is his central theme. The first artwork above is made with a clean sponge writing on a dusty floor. Only the light shows the effect of the written word. The next project has the name living word which seems like butterflies flying away. The other projects are older and show the big power of lettering while using a whole chamber in the museum. The last project is impessive while haveing some kind of newspaper like a sailcloth covering the whole place. This is really deep art but it’s also done with the power and love for typography.

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I love word art.