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Andrew Sawyer's blog of fun things that inspire me.
Graduate of Rhode Island School of Design for Graphic Design. Now resident of San Francisco, CA.
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Dave Brown   |   http://behance.net/davebrowndesign
“Honey Bake Shop is Uptown Waterloo’s newest bakery specializing in custom cakes, cake-pops, cupcakes, cookies, tarts and pastries. The overall aesthetic of the shop is modern industrial meets vintage with soft and welcoming feel.”
I’m Dave, a recent graphic design graduate from Canada. I am truly one third artist, one third designer, and one third ever-changing matter… and I am in love with hand made and digitally illustrated typography. I believe in simplicity, I demand cleanliness; clutter is the enemy!
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Dave Brown   |   http://behance.net/davebrowndesign
“Honey Bake Shop is Uptown Waterloo’s newest bakery specializing in custom cakes, cake-pops, cupcakes, cookies, tarts and pastries. The overall aesthetic of the shop is modern industrial meets vintage with soft and welcoming feel.”
I’m Dave, a recent graphic design graduate from Canada. I am truly one third artist, one third designer, and one third ever-changing matter… and I am in love with hand made and digitally illustrated typography. I believe in simplicity, I demand cleanliness; clutter is the enemy!
the design blog:  facebook | twitter | pinterest
thedsgnblog:

Dave Brown   |   http://behance.net/davebrowndesign
“Honey Bake Shop is Uptown Waterloo’s newest bakery specializing in custom cakes, cake-pops, cupcakes, cookies, tarts and pastries. The overall aesthetic of the shop is modern industrial meets vintage with soft and welcoming feel.”
I’m Dave, a recent graphic design graduate from Canada. I am truly one third artist, one third designer, and one third ever-changing matter… and I am in love with hand made and digitally illustrated typography. I believe in simplicity, I demand cleanliness; clutter is the enemy!
the design blog:  facebook | twitter | pinterest
thedsgnblog:

Dave Brown   |   http://behance.net/davebrowndesign
“Honey Bake Shop is Uptown Waterloo’s newest bakery specializing in custom cakes, cake-pops, cupcakes, cookies, tarts and pastries. The overall aesthetic of the shop is modern industrial meets vintage with soft and welcoming feel.”
I’m Dave, a recent graphic design graduate from Canada. I am truly one third artist, one third designer, and one third ever-changing matter… and I am in love with hand made and digitally illustrated typography. I believe in simplicity, I demand cleanliness; clutter is the enemy!
the design blog:  facebook | twitter | pinterest
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Identity & Editorial Design for a quarterly design journal based in Monterrey & Mexico City.
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I love the layout and overall look of this issue of Everyday Magazine by Mikael Ploysand. It was done as a semester assignment at Westerdals School of Communication in 2009.
It’s stimulating, beautifully balanced, and visually striking.
“Everyday Magazine is a magazine about graphic designers & other creatives, focusing on the people behind the works rather than the work itself. The magazine tries to keep to what magazines do best, instead of trying to imitate what the internet already does better. Therefore, the focus is mainly traditional journalism & photojournalism, resulting in a magazine that you sit down and take your time with, a contrast to the restlessness of the youtube-generation.” 
considertheaesthetic:

I love the layout and overall look of this issue of Everyday Magazine by Mikael Ploysand. It was done as a semester assignment at Westerdals School of Communication in 2009.
It’s stimulating, beautifully balanced, and visually striking.
“Everyday Magazine is a magazine about graphic designers & other creatives, focusing on the people behind the works rather than the work itself. The magazine tries to keep to what magazines do best, instead of trying to imitate what the internet already does better. Therefore, the focus is mainly traditional journalism & photojournalism, resulting in a magazine that you sit down and take your time with, a contrast to the restlessness of the youtube-generation.” 
considertheaesthetic:

I love the layout and overall look of this issue of Everyday Magazine by Mikael Ploysand. It was done as a semester assignment at Westerdals School of Communication in 2009.
It’s stimulating, beautifully balanced, and visually striking.
“Everyday Magazine is a magazine about graphic designers & other creatives, focusing on the people behind the works rather than the work itself. The magazine tries to keep to what magazines do best, instead of trying to imitate what the internet already does better. Therefore, the focus is mainly traditional journalism & photojournalism, resulting in a magazine that you sit down and take your time with, a contrast to the restlessness of the youtube-generation.” 
considertheaesthetic:

I love the layout and overall look of this issue of Everyday Magazine by Mikael Ploysand. It was done as a semester assignment at Westerdals School of Communication in 2009.
It’s stimulating, beautifully balanced, and visually striking.
“Everyday Magazine is a magazine about graphic designers & other creatives, focusing on the people behind the works rather than the work itself. The magazine tries to keep to what magazines do best, instead of trying to imitate what the internet already does better. Therefore, the focus is mainly traditional journalism & photojournalism, resulting in a magazine that you sit down and take your time with, a contrast to the restlessness of the youtube-generation.” 
considertheaesthetic:

I love the layout and overall look of this issue of Everyday Magazine by Mikael Ploysand. It was done as a semester assignment at Westerdals School of Communication in 2009.
It’s stimulating, beautifully balanced, and visually striking.
“Everyday Magazine is a magazine about graphic designers & other creatives, focusing on the people behind the works rather than the work itself. The magazine tries to keep to what magazines do best, instead of trying to imitate what the internet already does better. Therefore, the focus is mainly traditional journalism & photojournalism, resulting in a magazine that you sit down and take your time with, a contrast to the restlessness of the youtube-generation.” 
considertheaesthetic:

I love the layout and overall look of this issue of Everyday Magazine by Mikael Ploysand. It was done as a semester assignment at Westerdals School of Communication in 2009.
It’s stimulating, beautifully balanced, and visually striking.
“Everyday Magazine is a magazine about graphic designers & other creatives, focusing on the people behind the works rather than the work itself. The magazine tries to keep to what magazines do best, instead of trying to imitate what the internet already does better. Therefore, the focus is mainly traditional journalism & photojournalism, resulting in a magazine that you sit down and take your time with, a contrast to the restlessness of the youtube-generation.” 
considertheaesthetic:

I love the layout and overall look of this issue of Everyday Magazine by Mikael Ploysand. It was done as a semester assignment at Westerdals School of Communication in 2009.
It’s stimulating, beautifully balanced, and visually striking.
“Everyday Magazine is a magazine about graphic designers & other creatives, focusing on the people behind the works rather than the work itself. The magazine tries to keep to what magazines do best, instead of trying to imitate what the internet already does better. Therefore, the focus is mainly traditional journalism & photojournalism, resulting in a magazine that you sit down and take your time with, a contrast to the restlessness of the youtube-generation.” 
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This is a poster that I did for the show ‘Elephant’s Graveyard’. The idea behind it was inspired by old circus posters & ticket stubs, and then I gave it a bit of a modern/alex twist! 
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by Sinds 1416
Hotel Maria KapelArtist-run residency and project space in HoornVisuele identiteit & campagne
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