For my packaging class I chose to update the 60 piece ‘car pack’ of Juicy Fruit with a more vintage typographic treatment, a contemporary packaging in the form of a small tin, and a vibrant pattern that caters to their wackier marketing direction. Ideally, this would be sold as a limited edition item celebrating the anniversary of Juicy Fruit. 

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myprspctv ASKED:
Love your artwork!! :) as a professional illustrator, would you tell me some advice on developing potrait? im always mess up when it comes to potrait drawing. i really dont know how artist like you can be so precise in developing value for face. Thank you very much :)

kasiaslupecka:

Hello  and Thank You :)

The first thing if You want to do portraits is to know anatomy. Start with learning what is under the skin and understand how it affects the face. When You got that covered You must know how face is structured. That will give You the knowledge how to light head. Head is a cube-like object. (yea! NOT sphere!) On face we have other little cube-like object (nose).  

A great exercise is to find photos of a face and draw structure lines over it.

Example:

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You see clearly now? The structure of a nose, where cheeks are, forehead etc.

After doing this You will be able to create the face from a memory using these helping lines.

Like here. This is Michael Hampton exercise:

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You see how everything fits thanks to the structure lines?

Drawing a face requires TONS of practice. Find thousand photo references and practice.

Understand the anatomy and face structure first. It’s basic.That would be the things I would recommend for everyone who start drawing faces :)

I hope it helps a little!

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Typography weapon

Anton Gorbunov is the master of these typography handdrawn weapon illustrations. Comin from Saint Petersburg he is a typographer with love for hanmade typography. All his works are made with a pencil from sketch and left in this stadium of perfect imperfection. We love his style. Enjoy it!

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design-is-fine:

Renaissance ideal cities, inspired by Vitruvius, 15th-16th century. Source Marten Kuilman. Contemporary view of Palmanova (1593), an Italian military settlement based on a Vitruvian plan. Via Google Earth. Source: spur.org

nevver:

Austin Pscyh Fest, Drew Millward

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South Africanism

How can you describe what south africanism is? It’s quite easy it’s a way of designing colourful and playful like living the life in south africa. Justin Poulter is a real cool graphic designer and typographer and he is currently living this ism. His work is full of creativity and fantasy. The colourful world of africa is mirroring in the whole selection of his works. Enjoy them!

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thingsorganizedneatly:

SUBMISSION: Mokuyobi Threads // Unfun Press

ktnmt:

Vulture Labs

typostrate:

Instagram Type Profiles 1

The lettergetter is a collector of rare and original things which has to do with typography and which are designed to attract people. That could be brands, commercial advertisings, neon signs, chromeographical text, wall paintigns and more. Thsi profile is a really exploration area.

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movietitlecards:

Fargo (2014 - ) // Noah Hawley

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