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Mario de Meyer talks to Grafik about his creative process, inspirations, favourite projects, and advice he'd give to newbies.

Mario de Meyer talks to Grafik about his creative process, inspirations, favourite projects, and advice he'd give to newbies.

Mario de Meyer is a typographically focused graphic designer in Ghent, Belgium. His freelance clients flock to him from far and wide - he has worked with the likes of IBM, Wired, Adobe, Bloomberg, Fortune, and more. Mario not only makes beautiful and intricate lettering work, but he also has an Instagram account dedicated to abstract artwork, where you will see he weaves fine digital threads in order to create vast worlds of dreamy waves and webs. This week we spoke to Mario about his work, inspirations and opinions on the world of design. Read what he had to say,...


Grahame Taylor talks to us about his origins, inspirations and his Grafik Editions poster.

Grahame Taylor talks to us about his origins, inspirations and his Grafik Editions poster.

Grahame Taylor co-founded Bristol design agency Never Know Defeat in 2012. 

"Producing creative solutions and solving design problems for clients worldwide", the agency are branding wizards, and Grahame tells us that they " try to live up to our name by overcoming design problems to help our clients win". Grahame's awesome print was added to our online Grafik Editions store earlier this year and we have taken the opportunity to pick his brain about his career, and passion for visual communication.
 
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In conversation with Jesse Stone about collage, process and scenery.

In conversation with Jesse Stone about collage, process and scenery.

Jesse Stone is a craft creator of surreal and serene collages. His imaginative landscapes slow the breathing, command attention and bring the viewer into a beautiful and colourful new world. Recurring in Jesse's works are scenes of road-trips through mountains and deserts, cowboys, boats, skylines and sun. His patchwork topography has gathered him an audience of over 40,000 followers on Instagram at just 21 years old. We were lucky enough to catch him for a chat about his ambitions and his working process. 

Karl Grandin talks to us about daydreaming his ideas, beer bottle design, and his plans for the future.

Karl Grandin talks to us about daydreaming his ideas, beer bottle design, and his plans for the future.

Swedish Karl Grandin is a multifaceted, super talented, incredibly creative designer and art director. Cult fashion label Cheap Monday owe to him the brand’s unique style and imagery, Karl having cofounded it. Karl is perhaps best known for his radical art-brewery project, in which his team uses beer bottles and recipes as a vessel for artistic expression. Started in 2010 "with a shared vision of changing the perception of beer — forever", Omnipollo is an ambitious, exciting and engaging project, and just by looking at their products you can tell how much fun they have designing them. Karl caught up with us lately...


Jinhoo Park talks to us about women in type, collective power, and her studies at RCA.

Jinhoo Park talks to us about women in type, collective power, and her studies at RCA.

Jinhoo Park is a recent RCA graduate: a visual communicator and designer based in Seoul and London. She specialises in typography and creative direction, and her brilliant print Family is a part of the Grafik Editions print store. Her work is exploratory, exciting and full of intrigue - we were wowed for example by her book redesign project "The Book Is Dead", which deconstructed typesetting in a really outlandish and thought provoking manner. Just as mesmerising is her "Ribbon Type" project, a Korean typeface created by artificially reproducing curves from studying the material characteristics of ribbons. We...