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Brad Vetter

Last week I was lucky enough to sit in on a talk by Jim Sherraden, the manager and artist at Hatch Show Print out of Tennessee! It was so inspiring hearing him talk about preserving the old methods of printing, I had to do a post.

The main designer at Hatch is Brad Vetter (son of a bitch) who has been lucky enough to work at their shop for the last 9 years, I think. He’s created some pretty amazing posters, either using the hundreds of thousands of wood type blocks they have or carving his own illustrations. Working there so long, he’s gotten to do a lot of experimentation and come up with some amazing designs for great bands. I especially love when he uses solid wood blocks in different shapes to create background textures or graphical elements in the design.

Brad’s also done work for Anthropologie’s catalog! I actually kept mine because the design was so rad.

bradvetterdesign.com

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December Wallpapers!

This month Selena and I hit you with a double shot of wallpaper greatness!

Dress your screens and make your friends jealous this month :)

Christopher L Martin’s wallpaper:
Christopher Martin boss not boss wallpaper for December
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Selena Goodwin’s wallpaper:
Selena Goodwin boss not boss wallpaper for December
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Low Poly Wanna Cracker

If you follow me (literally) then you (Selena) know that I’ve been obsessed on low-poly 3D. I’ve been playing with it for a few weeks now and I can’t get enough of it. A ‘poly’ is a polygon which is one surface of an object and the lower number of polygons an object has, the more rigid it looks.

I know it’s trendy and I usually don’t praise what’s already trending about the place, but I can’t seem to shake this sort of lowpoly puppy-love.

Some of these are just abstract 3D things, which is way overplayed and needs to be put to bed already(!), but I love the landscapes. The images with more elements working together.

I’ve been making little models and scenes which I plan to post about soon, but for now, check out these sweet sweet gems :)