Facultative Works was founded from the idea of working only with the experimental and fascinating projects during the free time for fun. After a while FW turned into a more significant studio, but the main approach to work didn’t change. The studio prefers the holistic approach to design by working in the different fields such as illustration, identity, sound, editorial and furniture design.
Ana Areias (@anatypestype)
Graphic Designer, Oporto
We have made Dieter Rams’s furniture for more than 50 years. Living better, with less, that lasts longer. #vitsoe
culinary architecture (@jagnaniedzielska)
food designer, menu maker
Ello's Official Blog (@elloblog)
Current header by @biosfear
Follow the Ello Blog to meet rad new Ello'ers, get updates from the Ello team, and hear about exclusive Artist Invites and giveaways.
Leta Sobierajski (@letasobierajski)
Leta Sobierajski is a multidisciplinary designer & art director living and working in New York City.
Managed by Carl MH Barenbrug, Creative Director at Minimalissimo
We are brother, sister, both designers and we work together.
Anthony Lane (@anthonylane)
Design, motorcycles, husbandry and dad-stuff. MPLS, Minn.
Stones Throw (@stonesthrow)
We make records
Pierre Darnton (@snaskltd)
Consultant, head of sales for Pretty Green, Father of two....bad sleeper
Alessandro Scarpellini (@aesse)
Graphic designer and art director living and working in Italy. Curator of Visual Journal and music lover.
Jake Trahan (@jake)
Arlo Jamrog (@arlo)
Phil Lee (@phillee)
Loaded with wealth from the valleys, bound for the rest of the world.
Michelle Anderson (@manderson)
Since 2006, we've always cared more about delivering appropriate and memorable design solutions than winning awards: although we've won a few along the way.
We're sleeping on it, but when it's ready, it'll be splendid.
Mike Sullivan (@mike)
I deliver digital and brand experiences. Working alongside a wide range of clients, from start-ups to established companies, my aim is to find intelligent solutions.
Pentagram Design (@pentagram)
The world's largest independent design consultancy.
One of the best-known sauropods, Diplodocus was a very large long-necked quadrupedal animal, with a long, whip-like tail. Its forelimbs were slightly shorter than its hind limbs, resulting in a largely horizontal posture. The long-necked, long-tailed animal with four sturdy legs has been mechanically compared with a suspension bridge.
eric hurtgen (@erichurtgen)
art, art direction & graphic design