Evernotes Every Friday
1. The Mule Business Card
Scott Hill’s design work is always amazing down the smallest textural detail. His latest business card for The Mule is no exception. Although there is a lot going on with the text, Hill designed with a clear hierarchy in mind. From the colors to the typography, I love it all! Found via Dribbble.
2. Wander by Matt Chase
Designed for the Wander Blog, Matt Chase’s illustration uses muted gold and dark blue with bright pops of red. What I love most about this illustration is how simple it looks upon first look, but then the lower portion reveals so much more depth in the traveler’s and tree’s shadows. With the added saying: “There are no foreign lands. It is the traveler only that is foreign,” it really really makes me want to strap on a backpack and travel. Found via Dribbble.
3. A Paper Marriage Proposal Pop-Up Book
4. Addie’s Graduation Announcement
Unusual takes on the traditional, especially when it comes to paper goods, usually grabs my attention right away. And when it comes to a break from the traditional white paper, scrolling black text; there is just no exception. Designer Addie Ragsdale, created her own graduation invite to celebrate her Bachelors in Graphic Design. The playful typography pairs perfectly with bright blues and greens. Found via For Print Only.
5. 1,000 Paces
While studying abroad, Seth Lunsford created a series of designs based upon the sights in Rome. The city was an inspiration to the pieces as the subject but also down to the use of texture and color. Found via designworklife.