These designs come from Felipe Rocha’s portfolio.

My Monday design links. #1

Arthur Petrillo
May 20, 2019 · 2 min read

I think it’s about time to start giving back to the design community what I’ve seen and collected around thru the discussion groups I’m part of, colleagues and friends.

This is a selection of links that inspire me and make me be a better designer. Can’t promise, but I’ll try to do this every other week.

Hope you all enjoy.

Feel free to share your links for the future and comments with me here or on https://twitter.com/arthurpetrillo

Thanks

Portfolios

Felipe Rocha is a a Brazilian designer based in NYC. And the brilliant designs you see on the header are part of his portfolio.

Samuel is a Portuguese Graphic Designer based in NYC.

Justin is a Designer at Instrument in Portland and his Instagram is really cool.

Mike McQuade is an American graphic artist living in Richmond.

Kasper Laigaard is an Independent Digital Design Director in Denmark.

Design Studios

Stranger & Stranger is a packaging design and branding company specialising in alcoholic drinks.

Kurppa Hosk is a design agency in Stockholm and NYC.

The New Company is a Design and Marketing Company in San Francisco.

Catalogue is a creative practice established based in NYC and the UK, working internationally.

Bureau Borsche, a graphic design studio, was founded in 2007 by Mirko Borsche.

Site Design

Design in Motion Festival site is pretty funky.

Takahisa Mitsumori is a Japanese artist based in Berlin. He has established himself at the forefront of advanced electronic music movement in Tokyo. Her music is awesome.

Rede Globo is the most influential (and controversial) Brazilian TV channel and they’ve just released their digital brand book.

Talks and podcasts

Talk — Insights 2019: Mirko Borsche, Founder, Bureau Borsche.

Typeradio, the radio channel on type & design.

Resources

LS Graphics free Design tools and mockups.

Films

I finally watched Design Canada — Documentary and it’s as good as the critic says.

Articles

An article about expanding our design concepts due to the evolution of web engineering.

5 questions I ask myself in every design review: (thread by Fabricio Teixeira)

There is nothing more disappointing when I’m interviewing someone to fill a Design position than ~that~ comment. (thread by Fabricio Teixeira)

Designing the Glue: How to Mind the Gap (by Set Grainer)

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