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BDDW Ping Pong Table: Designer Tyler Hays expands his Oddities collection with high-end, hardwood fun

BDDW Ping Pong Table

Channeling the ethos of the legendary Dieter Rams, designer Jared Spool said, “Good design, when it’s done well, becomes invisible,” and though he is primarily concerned with the digital aspect as a UX engineer and expert, the maxim can certainly……

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Great State Camerawear: The Portland-based operation continues to evolve with Gary Tyler McLeod at the helm

Great State Camerawear


In March of 2013, we discovered Great State Strap Company, makers of leather camera straps. Now, nearly a year later, Gary Tyler McLeod’s modest operation has rebranded as Great State Camerawear, with new designs and…

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Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard

In teaming up for their exhibition date last week as part of the 2014 Tyler School of Art MFA Graphic and Interactive Design Thesis Exhibition, designers Noopur AgarwalDavid Jones, and Kathy Mueller joined forces to create Brains, Muscle, Wildcard, a joint website focused around key aspects of the design process (with inspiration from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia).

Check out their wonderful joint website and enjoy select pieces from each designer below. Congratulations to Noopur, David and Kathy for their hard work and accomplishments!

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Noopur Agarwal

Rikki Tikki Tavi

Tasked with the design challenge to illustrate and design an existing story, Rudyard Kipling’s classic short story was re-imagined.

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

In this somewhat dark, coming of age story, Rikki, the courageous mongoose saves his newly adopted family from a pair of vicious cobras that terrorize the plantation grounds. Utilizing an oversized format with vibrant colors and bold type, the book is meant to be read at bedtime while snuggling with the accompanying pillows.

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

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Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

David Jones

Walk in Beauty

Walk in Beauty is a display typeface created as homage to the textiles of the Dine, commonly known as the Navajo people of the American Southwest.

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Each letterform is comprised of thousands of individual pixels which represent the wefts used in traditional weaving techniques.

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Kathy Mueller

3rd Coast Surf Fest

Third Coast is a freshwater surfing festival held in Wisconsin on Lake Michigan. In the fall strong winds, called “witches”, blow through making surfing possible.

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

The project includes identity design, stationery, festival program, and poster series. The logo is typographic in nature and features a custom drawn wave-like number 3. The mark has a rustic texture, applied on an angle and often bleeding and cropped.The poster campaign mixes the visual language of midwestern letterpress woodtype with surf copy and visuals.

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life

Tyler School of Art: Brains, Muscle, Wildcard / on Design Work Life


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Link About It: This Week’s Picks : Cows milking themselves, China’s influence on English, Pulitzer prize-winner Tyler Hicks and more in our look at the web this week

Link About It: This Week's Picks


1. Truth Facts First World problems become permissibly hilarious when shown in satirical charts and graphs. “Truth Facts” are the brainchild of Danish duo Mikael Wulff and Anders Morgenthaler, the writers and artists behind the comic…

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Tyler Gross: New Work

Since we last featured Tyler Gross‘s illustrations, he’s churned out some killer new work that further showcases his hardcore halftones and strong style.

Tyler Gross Illustration / on Design Work Life

Tyler Gross Illustration / on Design Work Life

Tyler Gross Illustration / on Design Work Life

Tyler Gross Illustration / on Design Work Life

Tyler Gross Illustration / on Design Work Life

Tyler Gross Illustration / on Design Work Life

Tyler Gross Illustration / on Design Work Life

Tyler Gross Illustration / on Design Work Life

Tyler Gross Illustration / on Design Work Life

Tyler Gross Illustration / on Design Work Life

Tyler Gross Illustration / on Design Work Life

Tyler Gross Illustration / on Design Work Life

Be sure to hit up his website and check out more of his latest work in its natural habitat.


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Design Inspiration: Tyler Copeland

The online portfolio of Tyler Copeland, a creative and innovative designer who brings ideas to life.

This design was featured on Friday 11th of April 2014. It’s designed by Tyler Copeland, and falls under the category of Portfolio.

If you’d like, you can visit this site, or view all our other featured designs.

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Tyler Dale and Nuno Leites: GIF(T)S FOR FUN

GIF(T)S FOR FUN is a collaborative series of holiday-themed animated gifs featuring illustration by Tyler Dale and animation by Nune Leites.

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Gif(t)s For Fun / on Design Work Life

Gif(t)s For Fun / on Design Work Life

Gif(t)s For Fun / on Design Work Life

Gif(t)s For Fun / on Design Work Life

Gif(t)s For Fun / on Design Work Life

Gif(t)s For Fun / on Design Work Life

Gif(t)s For Fun / on Design Work Life


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Interview: Justin Willett of Tyler Winery: The young vintner on “restrained” wines and the advantages of not owning a vinyard

Interview: Justin Willett of Tyler Winery


by Tariq Dixon Very few vintners can boast having nine vintages under their belt at 32 years old. Even fewer can claim patronage by so many of America’s leading restaurants—Eleven Madison Park, Daniel and Le Bernardin included. But these are just a few…

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Book covers by Tyler Deebs

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Some book covers created by Tyler Deebs for Crossways publishing.

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Tyler Adam Smith: 100 Books that SHOULD be written

As part of SVA’s Masters of Branding program, the students are each currently participating in a self-initiated project that spans the course of 100 days. One current student, Tyler Adam Smith, chose to work with the theme of “100 Books that SHOULD be written,” where each day he conceptualizes a book that he wishes to be written and designs the cover. I know I definitely second most of these titles. Follow along to see what comes next right here.

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