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Atto   |   http://atto.si

"Redesign of visual identity for Uovo Performing Arts Festival. Designed at Zetalab. Year: 2013."

Atto is a design consultancy based in Milan, directed by Sara Bianchi and Andrea Zambardi who decided to found an independent studio after gaining experience working several years with different studios (Studio Bianca, Alizarina, Zetalab). Atto works on a various range of projects: brand identity, editorial, illustration, motion graphic and web always taking care of every details and steps of the process. Atto believes in the value of teaching. We collaborate with schools in the education of young designers (Politecnico di Milano, Istituto Europeo di Design) and develop workshops for children to explain them the job of the graphic designer.

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8 Apr

Designer of the week - 07/04/2014

Bratislav Milenkovic   |   http://bratislavmilenkovic.com

Graduated at University of Arts, Faculty of Applied Arts, Illustration Department, Belgrade. MBA, Faculty of Dramatic Arts - Advertising and media, IAA (International Advertising Association) accredited diploma. Freelance illustrator since 2007, currently living and working in Begrade, Serbia.

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8 Apr

Quote of the week - 17/02/2014

Sean McCabe   |   http://seanwes.com

Hand Lettering Artist & Type Designer in San Antonio, TX. Sean has a passion for hand lettering and typography as well as a love for meticulous detail. He podcasts on the topics of creativity and business in the design industry, and sells products featuring his own lettering. 

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19 Feb

Shop Hunting Tuesdays - 11/02/2014

SideEffects   |   http://sideeffectsprint.com

Side Effects is a carefully created art graphics collection and an online shop for art lovers. Theirr idea is to present and distribute high quality contemporary art graphics of young aspiring authors from all around the world. Side Effects collection promotes their uniqueness and celebrates the best contemporary art of both emerging and established artists. These art graphics reflect a broad range of styles, ideas and perceptions, communicating something we consider to be the finest art of today.  

Side Effects collection aspires to enrich your living and working spaces, providing a breath of fresh air in your home, office, mountain cottage in the woods, seaside cabin, or your lover’s hideout. With their cutting-edge design, great production quality and fine aesthetics, all Side Effects art graphics are produced in limited series of one hundred pieces with a hand signed serial number X/100. Side Effects collection is ever growing, with numerous outstanding authors and art graphics still to come, so be sure to follow them regularly.

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11 Feb