One year married means paper, so my lovely wife Georgia created this wonderful illustration of an extract from our first dance song. Beautiful!!!

 

A collection of work produced by creatives that is inspiring.



I have been admirers of A2/SW/HK for a while, they do a lot of work for exhibitons and galleries and tend to design bespoke typefaces for most projects. There website shows off some tremendous work that has to be admired, they have certainly set the bar high!
http://www.a2swhk.co.uk/



I love this from Richard Pereze (aka Skinny Ships), check some more of his typography on flickr
http://skinnyships.com/

 



Called 'Ronald Ray-gun' Patrick Hruby uses overprinting and geometric shapes to great effect.
www.patrickdrawsthings.com


 

Jessica Hiche creates a beautifully illustrated letter everyday, a brilliant effort
http://www.dailydropcap.com/


A Baboon! By Peter Nidzgorski.


Leandro Castelao creates brilliant illustrations go to his site!
http://leandrocastelao.com.ar/work/



http://www.lp-sf.com/



Sharp shapes and a cracking use of colour
http://www.doe-eyed.com/



Great use of line and colour
http://www.stopbreathing.com/

 



Art Deco typography!
http://reneefernandez.com/index.php?/about-this-site/


Lovely use if line within the logo
http://www.behance.net/VonShnauzer

 


An imaginative yet ridiculous control center.
http://www.dkngstudios.com/

 

 

A lovely illustration by Brian Miller.
http://brianmillerdesign.blogspot.com/


An inventive ampersand from Conor Nolan and David Wall.
http://conoranddavid.com/

 

 
A typographic poster that's right up my street by Adrian Glatthorn from Zurich.
http://glatthorn.ch/

 

 
The photographer Andy Glass creates X.
http://www.andyglassphoto.com/small.html



Yvonne Fehling & Jennie Peiz are two German designers who "make something which goes far beyond its actual function."
http://www.kraud.de/en/


Kyle Poff is a designer from the USA and I love his type treatment here
http://www.krop.com/kylepoff/

 


Brad Surcey is a talented designer with an eclectic portfolio
http://www.bradsurcey.com/