Posts Tagged with “portfolio”

15/115 – The Book






15-115 (15 Years,115 Projects) is the second book from Graphic Designer Mark Bloom aka Mash Creative. It features 115 projects spanning a 15 year career to date, divided into three chapters: 15 x Posters, 80 x Logos and 25 x Case studies. The book also features a foreword from renowned designer and author David Airey.

The book is beautifully printed by Screaming Colour on a tactile mix of GFSmith papers, and features a white foiled cover with thread sewn spine for lay-flat spreads. Printed full colour throughout with fluorescent orange ink and logo throw out page.

You can pre-order a copy from

James Kape

James kape

Australian designer James Kape just sent in his portfolio and I must say it’s very good, specially this portfolio book he created of his work.

Update: Matthijs van Leeuwen


Designer Matthijs van Leeuwen wrote in to let me know that he’s updated his site with some new work. Great stuff there, love how he uses color.

On a side note, Matt just moved to the NYC area and is looking for a design gig. If anyone is looking, you’d be a fool to pass him up.

Matthijs van Leeuwen


Matthijs van Leeuwen is a Netherlands based designer with a solid and diverse portfolio.

I really love portfolios like this. You can quickly scan the entire body of work and when you make a selection, you’re presented with a high-res photo of the piece. Those two elements are the key to a great online portfolio.        

Magdalena Czarnecki


Yesterday, I received an email from Magdalena Czarnecki that she’d updated her site with new work. I checked it out and was immediately impressed with her work so I told her that I’d post about it today. I wake up today only to find that her work has been posted on many of the popular blogs. So much for being the first but it does prove how good her work is.

Anyway, check out her work, it’s excellent.        

Hampus Jageland


I’m late to this, a ton of sites have already featured Hampus Jageland work and for good reason. It’s excellent. Hard to think this kid is a recent graduate.