So, here’s the final farewell to our lovely “Graphics” report, care of our resident graphics whizz, Christian. He’s selected his favourite images from the Winter report and has shared with us the reasons why he’s chosen these particular shots. We’re always really inspired by brilliant fashion graphics and the huge amount of amazing and ever changing street art in London, so we’re pretty sure this is not the end of great graphic inspiration on the blog, so no need to panic folks!
Markus Lupfer. A lot of hand cut typography seems to be around at the moment, which can only be a good thing.
Luna and Curious. I like the look of Victorian styled advertising art.
Hanbury Street. COPYEM copying some Barbara Kruger typography.
Scream Gallery. This reminds me of a FAILE piece and I love FAILE. http://www.faile.net/
Redchurch Street. A take on the Richard Avedon Beatles posters, the originals are the best though. Who fancies buying me a set? http://beatles-popart.com/
Golbourne Road. RIP Amy. Nice work by Don
Fendi. Loving the handprinted, cubism look offered up by Fendi, very well done.
Ardingly Antique Fair. Looks like I'll be at the next Ardingly to see if these signs are still for sale...
Kingsland Road. Great design by one of my favourites, Parra. Great stuff. http://www.rockwellclothing.com/parra/
Thanks Chris. If you’d like to see more posts on the graphics theme, just click here. Enjoy!
Tags: Amy Winehouse, Ardingly, Barbara Kruger, Christian Williams, Copyem, East London, Faile, fashion graphics, Fendi, Graphics, Para, Richard Avedon, Scream Gallery, street art, The Beatles