Saul Bass,( Born May 8, 1920 – April 25, 1996) Was first and foremost a Holywood designer specializing in Title sequences and posters for films but also carried over his talents into the realm of logo design designing some very well-known corporate logos in America. Continue reading “Saul Bass”→
Ikko Tanaka is often fondly cited as the Father of Japanese Graphic Design. Tanaka’s upbringing in the imperial city of Nara, Japan, coupled with an opportunity to begin his career in Osaka, a place of art commerce, gave Tanaka roots of his style in logo design, which has been described as a harmony of Eastern meets Western aesthetic.
“Tanaka’s being stands at the point where the meridian of time and the latitude of East and West cross their ways.” Kazuko Koike Continue reading “Ikko Tanaka”→
“When street knowledge meets technology, and graffiti melts with graphic design.”
123Klan is a French graffiti crew, founded in 1992 by husband and wife Scien and Klor. Since 1994 the crew have also worked in graphic design, inspired by the work of Neville Brody , and started to apply it to their graffiti (and vice versa)
Specialising in 3 main areas, The pARTners make a living through (graffiti and commercial mural art, Graphic design and Branding, and also run there street wear company Continue reading “123klan”→