Category: Illustration

Please, all our readers, accept Design One’s sincere apologies for not putting up new posts in the last couple of months but new developments are pending in here. One of those is the new Design One series of typographic posters – so far there are only two of these made exclusively for private purposes. However, very soon there will be few new posters available for auction. The purpose of the posters is to ring a bell for how important is making things happen with our two hands only, literally – the posters will be 1 (yes, you got it right, one) piece only per poster and they are made with ink and acrylic on various cardboard media. The two posters exhibited here are on passepartout 600 g/m2 paper – 600×800 “It’s OK”, ¬†and snow white Canson 300 g/m2 for 700×1000″Act nobly, speak purely, think charitably”. Similar to these unrepeatable posters, new ones soon will be available for auction/selling purposes, therefore Design One wishes to know your suggestions for its price – how much would you pay for such art pieces.

Speaking of illustration might be an endless conversation, however, should the agenda turns into the “minimal” genre in “Illustration” the good examples are really few compared to the overall mass attempt. Malika Favre studied Graphic Design in Paris and relocated to London and Illustration after a while. Her style is bold and simple yet compelling and unique, exactly what brought her into the Design One’s radar. Malika’a clients’ list is not a mile long reading, but the bold names among compensate completely: Vitsoe, Wallpaper Magazine, Sunday Times. To get more fluent in her visual language, please pay a visit to her site, there’s lot to explore.