Evernotes Every Friday
1. The Tree House Press
I believe I first found the Tree House Press by looking at the suggested users on Dribbble. Marc Aspinall’s illustration style is so unique… from the super slender people to their rough line work, with an influence of mid-century art. See more of Marc’s work here.
2. Cruzan | Monroe Website
The more and more I dive into web design, the more and more appreciate unique layouts. The following design is from Dann Petty and while it doesn’t look like it was ever implemented (even though it should have!) it has such a unique layout. I love how the background is of the estate with the text details on the left but then overlaied on that is even more information—designed in a way that doesn’t take away from the main point. I wish i could see it in real life to click around, but the concept sure looks good! More images here.
3. Bedslide Website
Why yes, another website! Even by the same designer! What caught my eye first with this design is the photograph. It’s taken from an unusual angle but it certainly works perfectly for the product! The clean layout kept me on the design and I like how they brought the leaves in throughout the rest of the page too! Thought this particular concept wasn’t chosen, Dann’s other design is just as good! See the BEDSLIDE site or view more concept images here.
4. People for Bikes
While I love to ride my bicycle, I love to see campaigns that push people to get outdoors and exercise! Brian Michael Gossett created these illustrations for People for Bikes, along with a cute video to go along with it. There’s so much creativity bursting at the seams in this project! You can see the video and more of Gossett’s illustrative work on designworklife.
5. Gungor lyrics on vinyl
I had never even heard of Gungor until I went to my last David Crowder Band concert. My hubby and I loved them especially the third of the trio, Kevin, who had currently been on NBC’s The Sing Off— later his group, Pentatonix, won! As soon as I saw this post on Design*Sponge, I loved it first for the typography, then when I read it I got so excited to see Gungor’s lyrics featured! Then the third aspect of it all is that this is actually a painted vinyl record which can be custom ordered through Patrick Laurent of Quiet Boy Studio. LOVE! What an awesome gift this would make for any music lovers out there!