Still Missing is a book documenting the folk art of lost & found pet posters. The project, by Gio Castranova who self-confesses he is neither a graphic designer or artist but just a huge lover of pets and found beauty, captures a huge range of posters from all over L.A. County, from the sentimental to the obscene.
More information about the book is available here.
London-based illustrator and graphic designer Noma Bar has turned his wit onto the unsuspecting children's toy, reimagining his daughters' old cuddly characters from their reverse side. Read more about the project on Creative Boom.
An ongoing series by Brian Singer aka Someguy aimed at raising awareness of the rising number of unhoused people in San Francisco.
The local artist uses hand-painted sleeping bags on street railings as a means of spreading the message. The installations are temporary, and the sleeping bags are intended to be taken by anyone that needs one.
To Have & To Hold is an edition documenting paper bag ephemera from a bygone era. Collected and designed by Tim Sumner of Sumner-Works, issue one takes a deep dive into bookshops with promise of many more subjects to come.
The publication itself comes wrapped in paper bag, with classic price labels used to hand number each copy. For more information see here.
Logo R.I.P is a self-initiated project by The Stone Twins, commemorating iconic logos that have been lost at the turn of the 21st century.
It features international design classics such as AT&T (Saul Bass), British Steel (David Gentleman), NASA (Danne & Blackburn) and PanAm (Chermayeff & Geismar).
Kvadrat is a creative leader in textiles manufacturing and products. Their 2016 campaign art directed by GTF and Peter Saville beautifully captures their yarns with the unexpected addition of kittens, playing on the cliché that they love to playing with balls of wool.
Logo, typeface and signage by Studio Najbrt for Kunsthalle Praha, a new art institution in Prague, Czech Republic. The modular logotype is beautifully translated to the building's exterior, utilizing the height and geometry of the building without detracting from the architecture.
Love the latest project from Leeds-based photographer Ricky Adam that documents the wild assortment of photographs taken by courier drivers as part of their job to prove the delivery of their packages.