I love the work of Derek Yaniger
. His cool, retro illustrations are fantastic and totally appeal to the hot rodder in me - I love that whole 50's Tiki style.
Originally from Arkansas, Yaniger now lives in Georgia designing and printing his own work which is regularly published in Atomic, Barracuda and Car Kulture Deluxe. Over the years he's also created illustrations for companies like Marvel Comics and the Cartoon network.
The exciting news for us is that Yaniger's Wildsville
exhibition, is coming to our favourite local gallery, Castor + Pollux
on the 26 June and running until 20 July. The exhibition will contain a selection of old and new prints and will have signed copies of his new book, 'Wildsville; the art of Derek Yaniger
' available too!
As the man himself says, "Should be a jolly big hoot! Be there if ya’ can, man"
has created a Flickr
group archive of all the great info graphics and diagrams they've published in past issues.
It's a great collection and a really useful resource.Images copyright Good Magazine.
I found a strip of these stamps at the weekend and just loved the industrial graphic softened by the pink, violet and purple colour palate.
They're English stamps celebrating the 50th anniversary of the International Labour Organisation,
1919 - 1969."The ILO was founded in 1919, in the wake of a destructive war, to pursue a vision based on the premise that universal, lasting peace can be established only if it is based upon decent treatment of working people. The ILO became the first specialized agency of the UN in 1946".
In 1969, it's 50th anniversary year, the ILO also won the Nobel Peace Prize.