Spanish Designer Lucas Gil-Turner came up with the idea was to create a collection of logos based on a selection of some of the most used and popular words in English.
Daniel James Diggle is a multidisciplinary designer and illustrator based in London, United Kingdom. I got to know his work from Behance, I believe it was a suggestion for the Daily Inspiration and I was totally blown away by the level of details he put on his work, especially in the sketching phase, it's really impressive.
For more information about Daniel James Diggle, visit his web site at http://www.danieldiggle.com/. You can also buy his prints at http://www.society6.com/danieldiggle or follow him on Behace at http://www.behance.net/DanielDiggle it's definitely worth it. But for now check out some of his works that we selected for you ;)
So! I am a creative designer with passion for design, web and bringing a tactile feel to the digital arena. I've experience in web design, illustration and online advertising and have dabbled with motion graphics, animation, creative thinking, and a dash of IA, usability and art direction.
"typographic illustration/experiment that literally grew as I got rather carried away with layering and building the image."
The year 2012 signals the conclusion of one of the most ancient predictions ever made. The Mayan's, an ancient and advanced civilisation of South America and experts in astronomy, predicted the end of the great cycle of ages in 2012.
Random Got Beautiful
Initially, this illustration was due to be a collaboration with another artist with the 'Beautiful' line theirs to interpret. Unfortunately they were unable to do so, thus I moved to finish the piece myself. The result though, was that I rushed the last line and I was entirely unhappy with the outcome. I have however, completely re-drawn the 3'rd line and shall comp it to the original image before the final version is ready to be screenprinted. You can see some of the development and detailing below and a preview of the new 3rd line is at the bottom.
"the first typographic illustration exploring the inking technique."