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“typography”

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    Jon Contino

    Jon Contino is an artist I have admired for a while. From New York, and influenced by New York, his style is instantly recognisable. Much of Mr Contino’s work revolves around typography. Combining traditional techniques with digital tools he has bridged the gap between traditional and modern.

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    Panfilia aka iThinkp.!

    I love these zany vector creations by Italian graphic designer and illustrator iThinkp.! The website is full of mad characters, and I particularly like the one in the footer (a little runaway blob holding up an arm which is a holding up a pencil)! From looking at all the interesting projects on show, I can see that iThinkp.! brings a bit of fun to everything. And how about those bright colours!

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    Fashion Fridays ~ Antonio Rodrigues Jr

    Antonio is a self-taught designer/illustrator from Brazil. He has several skills, including traditional and digital techniques and has a great handle on typography. His photo-manipulations are incredible and at times feel like illustrations. I love the way he manipulates foreshortening perspectives and exaggerates physical elements in his work. See more on his website.

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    Jing Zhang

    Jing Zhang is an illustrator, typographer and designer from southern China and currently living in trendy London. Her infographics are exceptional, and her experiments with 3D illustrated type are very powerful. I cannot express enough how inspiring her portfolio of work is, so visit her website or Behance to drool over the rest of her portfolio.

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    Jovo Ve

    Illustrator and designer Jovo Ve was born in Macedonia, although moved Göteborg, Sweden when he was very young. Studying both Art and Visual History at Göteborgs University and then Visual Communication at Linnaeus University. Working as a freelance illustrator and Art Director his clients include Moleskine and Adidas. Mr. Ve’s style is brash, very often using flat colour and bold lines, depicting hip and sexy females. See more of his work by popping over to his art blog, Painted Numbers.

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    James Oconnell

    Today we have vector artist James Oconnell aka ‘Anonymous Mag’ to share with you. James is based in Manchester, UK where he creates his stylish graphic illustrations. James has a good understanding of typography and applying that to his designs. Thanks to Alison Watmough for the suggestion. See more on his website, Anonymous Mag.