The bold graphics and strong use of typography from the children’s book “Eli, no!“, the story of one trouble-making dog, and the one word that isn’t far behind, caught my eye on pinterest the other day. One link led to another link and I discovered that the book was designed by illustrator Katie Kirk. Above are some of her images from her flickr set. You can find more of her work here and here.
Dominique Falla is a designer that works in a variety of tactile mediums such as chalk, paper, embroidery, thread, and push pins to name a few of the items she has used to create her work. Some of the images posted above are from the “I could do Anything” project where 22 collaborators wrote three pieces or sentences and illustrated them typographically.
See her complete portfolio here.
found via Anthology Magazine | images from dominique falla