March 6, 2011


2:33 am in design,product,tech Jon Contino

I want to hate this with all my being, but I’m actually kind of interested to play with it. LetterMpress: A Virtual Letterpress on Your iPad

December 23, 2010

Stanley & Sons

4:28 am in design,fashion?,lifestyle Jon Contino

By no means are Stanley & Sons a newcomer to the game, but barely anyone else in the industry does it as right as they do.

December 15, 2010

Erik Marinovich

3:00 pm in design Jon Contino

Hands down, one of the most talented designers/illustrators/typographers/letterers/everythingers working today is San Francisco’s own Erik Marinovich. You may also recognize him from his contributions as a founding member of Friends of Type.

Jacob O. Rolfe

4:01 am in art Jon Contino

The sketchy awkwardness of Jacob O. Rolfe’s illustrations create a surreal world that’s insanely satisfying to get lost in.

December 14, 2010

Myles Karr

6:54 am in art Jon Contino

Myles Karr is a tattoo artist and illustrator working in Brooklyn, NY. His blog is filled with twisted sketches and nightmarish ideas, a lot of which are translated into tattoos. Can’t argue with that.

December 10, 2010

Liz Meyer

11:00 am in design Jon Contino

Liz Meyer is the other half of Script & Seal. Her work is the graphical equivalent of the concept of space; mysterious, inspiring, and beautiful.

Gavin Potenza

10:00 am in design Jon Contino

Hello and welcome to my first post. My name is Jon Contino and I draw letters. What better way to start off than by showing off the work of Gavin Potenza. As half of the incredibly inspiring studio Script & Seal, Gavin specializes in infographics and illustration, but possesses a certain uniqueness that makes him one of the most creative young minds working today.