Canadian artist Geoff McFetridge started his career working primarily on graphic design, creating logos for big companies then started painting and doing illustrations in early 2000. But McFetridge is widely known for his silk screen illustrations. These figure drawings are simplified into geometric shapes, they become abstract. The playful interweaving of visual between reality and our perceptions often overlooked by our consciousness is captured as two-dimensional subjects.
Scandinavian shop Frama has just launched their exclusive online store introducing their brand and a tour to their store, including a peek on their latest projects.
CW&T recently announced the limited black model of Pen Type-B which will probably go soon since they only made a small run. This limited edition is made of solid stainless steel with a matte black ceramic polymer coating.
Blocd is a brand studio in Spain that has been building brands for clients for twenty-five years. Their work ranges from editorial, brochures, books, magazines to apps, websites and packaging. Blocd is also known to its clients and staff to giveaway delightful treats like the Many Movable Type, which is a Pantone swatch made of real chocolate, and a movable type tributing Gutenberg, made of real candy. Ingenious really.