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Graphic designers you should know

Mar 16, 2018

Graphic designers you should know

Graphic Designers make the world go round...

We’re celebrating graphic designers whose philosophy/aesthetic has been influential to the design community as well as culture at large.

Dilly Manahan

Dilly Manahan, better known under his moniker Deaddilly, caught fire ever since he created @sneakermelt, an experimental design hodgepodge account where he merges 4-6 sneaker designs into one composite. Sneaker hype aside, Deaddilly’s attention to detail and immaculate execution has led him to create exceptional designs for Nike, OVO, and Majid Jordan.

Kenneth Vanoverbeke

Kenneth is currently a visual arts student in Belgium where he specializes in graphic design, typography, and print design. His simple designs translate seamlessly into poster format thus he created a beautifully-designed series titled, Black Series 1 Poster Collection. He says he gets his best typography inspiration from the grocery store.

Studio Feixen

Powerhouse design studio, Studio Feixen, has been on our radar for a while now. After doing projects for Nike, Hermes, and Wanderlust, their keen eye for color and line has established them as strong players in the design world.

Brodie Kaman

Based in Los Angeles, Brodie recently released his zine titled, SHOCKING WRECK, where he reflects on everyday mental struggles. Juxtaposing his exploration of depression/acceptance in his zine, his use of color is smart, thoughtful, and overall jovial.  

David Rudnick

David Rudnick has become to don of contemporary graphic design. From working on album art for RL Grime, Evian Christ, and more, his authentic eye for unconventional design had led Rudnick to create imagery for artists and brands alike.

Leta Sobierajski

Leta combines graphic design with hi-res digital photography creating a memphis-esque, still life universe. Leta works in conjunction with her husband, Wade Jeffree- the two are based in Brooklyn. They’ve curated visuals for Refinery29, Aldo, and New York Times.