Illustrations by Amy Hamilton
(via isucrose)Source: lohrien
Jing Zhang | http://mazakii.com
“Ever wondered how your iPhone/Camera works? How the best cuppa/coffee is made? Or the mechanism of a pendulum clock, a toaster etc. Perhaps some elves inside working it out for us. Here are some semi-made-up infographics explaining how things are made.”
Hailing from Foshan, southern China, Jing is an illustrator/typographer/designer based in East London, the epicenter of hipsters, eccentricity, and of course creativity. With her clients mostly from advertising and publishing industry, she has been working in the creative field for over 5 years, from automotive to airlines, magazines to corporations. She commutes on her Raleigh bike everyday; works on her latest top model of iMac; always green tea over English cuppa. She considers herself as one of the most lucky people in the world, who make a living doing what she loves.
Joe Warburton | http://joewarburton.co.uk
“Identity and promotional material for a fictional, one-week festival that celebrates the diversity of film.”
I’m Joe, a third year graphic design student at Leeds College of Art focusing on brand design and iconography.
Marc Jacobs, 2013 Nominee for Womenswear Designer of the Year
The CFDA Awards are coming up on June 3, 2013. The winners, as chosen by the fashion community, exemplify the best elements of the industry and show exceptional creativity. I’ll be posting one sketch from each nominee as the awards approach.
To attend the CFDA Awards and instagram on behalf of the organization, upload a picture to instagram using the hashtag #CFDAReady that features 1 of their 400 members. More details here.
Jaymie McAmmond | http://behance.net/jaymie
Jaymie is an award winning freelance graphic designer, and owner of IMRSIF - a boutique agency specializing environmental branding strategy and wall mural design. Jaymie began her career as a designer working for David Thorne, developing strategic branding programs and guidelines for government organizations like the Ministry of Health and eHealth Ontario. Jaymie then went on to work as an interface designer and design researcher at sLab, specializing in user experience.