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New Discovery – Harriet Taylor Seed

Posted in Art, Design with tags , , , , , , , , , on July 13, 2013 by dc

Harriet Taylor Seed is an illustrator from Chichester, England. Some of her clients include, The Sunday Times, The Observer, Threadless, Brussels Airlines, and Burning House Records, and she’s exhibited her work in a number of galleries across the UK.

I came across her work on Pinterest today via a link to her website – – and I really like her stuff. Check out some examples below:




You can check out more of her work here.

US Special Forces finally capture the elusive Wally (or Waldo if you’re American)

Posted in Cartoon, Comedy, Design with tags , , , , , , , , on February 12, 2012 by dc

Here’s a great new t-shirt design by the folks over at

Who says American’s don’t know how to make fun of themselves? And as for those US Special Forces, they’re really on a roll aren’t they?

You can order one of these amusing t-shirts over at Threadless here.

Olly Moss – film poster design genius

Posted in Art, Design, Film with tags , , , , , , , , , on July 9, 2011 by dc

Olly Moss is a bit of an enigma. One thing is for certain though – he designs fuckin awesome film and gig posters. According to web tittle-tattle, Moss is British and was born in 1987. Maybe I’m just shit at finding things out, but I wasn’t helped by the bio on his website that merely lists his friends and clients.

That said his clients do indicate that I’m not alone in my admiration of this youthful artist/design-genius. Check this list for starters – Lucasfilm / Star Wars, Star Trek, Levis, Nike, Puma, Penguin, GQ, The New York Times, The Guardian, The Financial Times and The Independent. Pretty impressive, eh?

He’s sold tons of t-shirts over at Threadless too, where he’s simply described as, ‘a 24.45 year old boy’ – who has helped a whopping, ‘49 designs get printed.’

He was also commissioned by film magazine, Empire, to design his interpretations of upcoming films throughout last year. And in this month’s issue (August 2011) he reappears with a design for Rutger Hauer’s new film, ‘Hobo with a Shotgun’.

Check out Olly moss’s website here and visit his flickr page here. It’s eye-tinglingly brilliant stuff.