Posts tagged Illustration

Some fun type and lettering from one of our favorite illustrators and good members, Matt Chase.
Check out his profile on good.is

Some fun type and lettering from one of our favorite illustrators and good members, Matt Chase.

Check out his profile on good.is

Illustrator Michael Wertz just sent us a dope calendar we’re using at the front of our office. For more: http://www.wertzateria.com/#goodstagram #design #illustration

Illustrator Michael Wertz just sent us a dope calendar we’re using at the front of our office. For more: http://www.wertzateria.com/#goodstagram #design #illustration

An Illustrated Future: How Artists Imagined France in the Year 2000- Reboot Stories posted in Creativity, Inventions and Predictions
"The Rural Postman", "Aviation Police", "A Whale Bus". French artists from 1899-1910 were spot on with some of their predictions while others are just flat-out hilarious. What are some other predictions of the future that you’ve found interesting?
View entire set here

An Illustrated Future: How Artists Imagined France in the Year 2000
Reboot Stories posted in Creativity, Inventions and Predictions

"The Rural Postman", "Aviation Police", "A Whale Bus". French artists from 1899-1910 were spot on with some of their predictions while others are just flat-out hilarious. What are some other predictions of the future that you’ve found interesting?

View entire set here

Thinking about space these days.— Here’s an oldie but goodie illo from one of our favorite designer/illustrators, Dan Matutina. His work can also be found in two of our issues!
Don’t Hold the Elevator (The Data Issue)
The End of Cheap Coffee (The Next Big Thing)

Thinking about space these days.
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Here’s an oldie but goodie illo from one of our favorite designer/illustrators, Dan Matutina. His work can also be found in two of our issues!

Archival Prints: The September Issues
In anticipation of the largest Vogue September issue to date, here are 25 of their favorite covers including the very first from 1893.

Archival Prints: The September Issues

In anticipation of the largest Vogue September issue to date, here are 25 of their favorite covers including the very first from 1893.

(via vogue)

What’s Your Ultimate Bike Destination?
Reblog or share on Facebook! And enter to win two new bikes courtesy of Civia Cycles. Contest ends tomorrow, July 31 @ 11:59pm PST.
Illustration by Zoe-Zoe Sheen

What’s Your Ultimate Bike Destination?

Reblog or share on Facebook! And enter to win two new bikes courtesy of Civia Cycles. Contest ends tomorrow, July 31 @ 11:59pm PST.

Illustration by Zoe-Zoe Sheen

Currently digging Matthew Korbel Bowers.

Currently digging Matthew Korbel Bowers.

What’s in your bike basket?
Reblog or share on Facebook! And enter to win two new bikes courtesy of Civia Cycles.
Illustration by Corinna Loo

What’s in your bike basket?

Reblog or share on Facebook! And enter to win two new bikes courtesy of Civia Cycles.

Illustration by Corinna Loo

What kind of bike rider are you?
Reblog to let us know or share on Facebook!
Enter to win a brand spankin’ new bike from Civia Cycles here: http://on.fb.me/OC9qg1

Illustration by Corinna Loo

What kind of bike rider are you?

Reblog to let us know or share on Facebook!

Enter to win a brand spankin’ new bike from Civia Cycles here: http://on.fb.me/OC9qg1

Illustration by Corinna Loo

What Kind of Cyclist Are You? An Illustrated Guide
Do you bike for exercise? To earn street cred? Or just to get around? As our options for cycling expand, so have our reasons for doing it. Here are eight types of bikers you may recognize from the neighborhood.
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What Kind of Cyclist Are You? An Illustrated Guide

Do you bike for exercise? To earn street cred? Or just to get around? As our options for cycling expand, so have our reasons for doing it. Here are eight types of bikers you may recognize from the neighborhood.

Find out your biker type at GOOD.is

On this week’s The Rules, we have an illustrated guide to…Singing Karaoke.
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On this week’s The Rules, we have an illustrated guide to…Singing Karaoke.

See it on GOOD→

Above are illustrative interpretations of news stories. One covers Hurricane Irene, another surfing, and the final concerns the European media. Like one more than the rest? Visit GOOD to cast your vote in our ‘Illustrate the News’ challenge.

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If you’re like us, you read a lot of news online. So we thought we’d challenge you creative folk to visually interpret something going on in the news. So grab a pencil, Sharpie, mouse, or finger paint and get creative. 
the OBJECTIVE What would a news site look like if it could only use images and art to depict news stories?
Read how to submit on GOOD →

If you’re like us, you read a lot of news online. So we thought we’d challenge you creative folk to visually interpret something going on in the news. So grab a pencil, Sharpie, mouse, or finger paint and get creative.

the OBJECTIVE
What would a news site look like if it could only use images and art to depict news stories?

Read how to submit on GOOD →

A new set of rules from our friend Christie Young are here! This time she gives us tips how to guide yourself through the treacherous waters of declining the dance floor bump’n rub. 
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A new set of rules from our friend Christie Young are here! This time she gives us tips how to guide yourself through the treacherous waters of declining the dance floor bump’n rub. 

See more on GOOD →

How should you take that bad news while standing in line to get an iced coffee? These rules from Christie Young can help you decide how to react. 
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How should you take that bad news while standing in line to get an iced coffee? These rules from Christie Young can help you decide how to react. 

Read more on GOOD →