Typo-Graphical has just posted up a new interview with Eddie Zammit, founder & creative director of Melbourne-based T-Shirt Magazine “T-world”.
Posts from the Interviews Category
Matt Moore (MWM Graphics) introduces us to his recently launched brand “Glyph Cue”. Find out more after the jump!
I’ve just posted an Interview I did with Johnny Cupcakes at thelabmag.com Since I know most of you love the JC stuff I think you’ll enjoy it!
Since 2004 Concrete Hermit has worked with selected artists, building its reputation by producing a range of graphically lead products including books, T-shirts and badges. Read the interview here!
Poketo is a network of artists, founded by Ted Vadakan and Angie Myung. They first launched their artist wallets in 2003 with a handful of emerging artists as promo pieces to accompany an art show they produced.
Today Poketo is a growing network of over 100 international artists that has produced hundreds of artist wallet designs, a full line of artist tees and bags, stationery, and homeware. From wallets, to apparel, to bags, to lifestyle wares, you can expect nothing less than the freshness and spontaneity of Poketo, art for your everyday! Read the interview and enter the Poketo world.
In the sleepy suburbs of Fairfax, Virginia, Amir Fallah founded Beautiful/Decay as a black and white, hand-photocopied “zine” while still in high school. Along with business partners Fubz and Ben Osher, Fallah has transformed B/D into an internationally distributed publication with a circulation of over 40,000 readers in less than ten years.
As the Creative Director of B/D, Amir has molded the magazine into one of today’s most well-respected and reputable independent publications. His working aesthetic, knowledge, and creative intuition is internationally recognized and his CV includes illustration for numerous publications, event orchestration, revitalization of brand identities, and speaking on panels at colleges and universities, including Columbia College, USC, UCLA and Maryland Institute College of Art.