Artiva Design is a multi-discipline graphic design studio based in Genoa, Italy. They specialise in producing high impact minimalist branding and visual design communication. The studio was founded in 2003 by Daniele De Batté and Davide Sossi. Their distinctive style has a strong typographic and geometric aesthetic. It often leans toward pure black and white as a core colour palette. The spectacular volume and quality of work is defined by its rigorous use of the grid system. This is coupled with strong contrasting line weights and graphic pattern work.
Sydney based designer Nick Barclay has carved out a named for himself by creating beautiful graphic poster designs. His approach is typically minimal, with a strong Swiss styled design aesthetic. The inspirational work provides vast typographic inspiration and his conceptual ability allows him to interprets different topics and messages in a graphically dynamic way.
Midnight in Woody’s color is a self directed poster project by visual artist Selman Hosgor.
Inspirational illustrator and designer Magdiel Lopez has challenged himself to create a cool poster everyday. He’s already completed hundreds of colourful designs. Ranging from abstract people, fashion, modern geometric and on to sci-fi rainbow fantasy! The results are truly unreal. It’s a brilliant collection of work, and the design layouts show a masterful approach to both illustration and typography.
Deep Yellow is a small design studio based in Kosovo that produce some astonishing design resources and posters. Recently I found their work floating around on Pinterest and felt it deserved a bit more exploration - and of course a few backlinks to their site. As mentioned in their Behance bio, they are working towards bringing some world-class design resources online.
This new brand and poster design for Surforma (by Portuguese design firm Pacifica) is intended to target architects, interior designers and furniture brands who are looking for innovative laminate solutions. Surforma means Surface + Form, as such the design takes on a highly graphic and geometric nature.
The East Cut is a brand new neighborhood in downtown San Francisco. It's designed to unify these disparate areas into one vibrant modern community.