We Buy Your Kids

Curator: Sam’s Myth
date: March 24, 2014
Categories: Advertising, Entertainment Design, Illustration
Tags: Design, illustration, Movie posters, wbyk, we buy your kids
Among my favorite artists working in the design world today are Webuyyourkids, the alias of Australian design partners Sonny Day and Biddy Maroney. Their iconic illustration style has adorned countless tour posters and album covers, and most recently, the walls of Austin’s Mondo Gallery—with their own show of silkscreened film posters.
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Burak Arikan: Monovacation

Curator: Jer Thorp
date: March 5, 2014
Categories: Advertising, Information Design, Motion Graphics
Tags: art, networks, tourism
Turkish artist Burak Arikan combined official promotional videos from dozens of countries into a network-driven deconstruction of the tourism industry.
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Once Upon a Time: Art Paul

Curator: Sara Frisk
date: January 21, 2014
Categories: Advertising, Corporate Communications Design, Illustration, Typography
In honor of AIGA Centennial Day today, I’m kicking off our celebration of AIGA’s history with a local highlight from 1986: the year that AIGA Chicago was founded as a chapter by Bart Crosby, with the support of 52 fellow Chicago designers (including the chapter’s first president, Wendy Pressley-Jacobs).
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An Unsexy Classic: The Oreck XL

Curator: Joey Cofone
date: December 18, 2013
Categories: Advertising, Brand & Identity Design
Tags: joey cofone, product
An unsexy solution for an unsexy task—and it worked.

I grew up seeing commercials for the Oreck XL. Every time they came on TV, I couldn’t understand how they competed with all the sexy vacuum cleaners out there—the ones with clear colored tubes, spaceship fenders and wavy curves that would make the Kardashians jealous.
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Tall Tales From a Large Man: Aaron Draplin

Curator: Firebelly Design
date: December 13, 2013
Categories: Advertising, Brand & Identity Design, Entertainment Design, Packaging Design, Typography
Aaron Draplin has to be the hardest working designer in the country.

Throughout this week on Design Envy, each of our posts will feature an aspect that we value greatly within our studio. Today’s post speaks to commitment.
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