The Young Jerks are a team of designers, illustrators, and letterers led by Dan Cassaro and Dan Christofferson. Armed with an intuitive understanding of culture and aesthetics and informed by research, we build enthusiastic solutions for brands that retain the charm, hand, and humanity of the process.
Enikő Katalin Eged is a Budapest-based illustrator and pattern designer.
Eddie Perrote hails from Brooklyn, New York. Perrote’s background is in illustration and graphic design, using graphic figurative representation, text and abstraction to explore personal narrative in his work.
London artist Hanna Benihoud today unveils a new immersive mural ‘Inside Out ‘The artwork was inspired by engagement with residents whereby 1000 postcards were posted through doors inviting residents to be part of the process. ‘Inside Out’ is an immersive mural in Edmonton, North London. The artwork pulls you in Continue Reading
Los Angeles-based artist Shyama Golden states her first true love is art with the 2020 Book, We Are Here, Visionaries of Color Transforming the Art World, by Jasmin Hernandez, and the 2019 Book: DesignHers, A Celebration of Women in Design Today, by Victionary it’s clear to see how passion getting stronger and stronger. Continue Reading
During Luke’s university days he explored social stereotypes and how words, objects, symbols and colours can be interpreted and challenged, with a strong focus on masculinity and sexuality. During this time he created jewellery, textile sculptures and book art. He continued to study and landed a job running an art Continue Reading
During Stockholm Design Week 2022, designer India Mahdavi staged a takeover of Svenskt Tenn’s Stockholm gallery space. Located on the ground floor of the Strandvägen 5 store, the exhibition is titled ‘Frankly Yours’ and sees the Parisian designer experimenting with the legacy of the brand, using iconic prints and objects, as well Continue Reading
A drag queen, a lesbian couple kissing and a child waving the rainbow flag are among the figures shown in artist Sofie Birkin‘s stamps for the Royal Mail, which are designed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the first official Pride march in the UK. Queer artist Birkin created the Continue Reading
“Metamorphe” consists of six formations recalling the senses Touch, Sight, Hearing, Smell, Taste, and Perception.