Emil Kozak is one of those artists you’re glad you stumbled upon. This designer’s work can be found on clothing, skateboards, surfboards and through collaborations with the likes of Nike and Vans. Another great find via Kitsune Noir.
‘My Best Fred is an archive of curated images where inspiration and good times are free but really good times might cost you.’ Discovered via Dropular and The Moment.
‘Some art doesnt worth the money , some money doesnt worth the art…and some just like them birds on their heads…’ by street artist Klone, discovered via Wooster Collective.
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Born in 1981, Nicholas Di Genova lives and works in Toronto, Canada. Discovered via Kanye West.
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Hailing from Warszawa, Poland, we bring you illustrator and graffiti artist Pan Suon. Check his Behance portfolio to see more of his work and apparent affinity for birds.
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From one of the coolest spots for inspiration, Dropular, discovered through one of my favorite blogs, Kitsune Noir.
2 color screenprint for Ratatat’s show at The Blue Note in Columbia, MO, designed by Garrett Karol. Ratatat is an electronic duo from NYC worth checking out.
While flipping through Graphis Logo Design 7 for some inspiration, I came across the logo for the City of Phoenix, designed by Brad Ghomley.
Adapt is a clothing company that recognizes and represents the ideas of postive change and personal advancement. I discovered them through the fellow San Francisco based TRUE clothing site. Their collection is available at retailers nationwide as well as Karmaloop.
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