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The Full Monty

Posted in Color, Illustrations, Published by Gluekit on February 28, 2009

Monty Python illustration for Entertainment Weekly - Gluekit, 2008

We have here an illustration of the cast of Monty Python by Gluekit for Entertainment Weekly magazine. We really liked the cut and paste aesthetics of this piece, and the chance to research the great imagery that accompanied the series!


Like a Phoenix From the Flames

Posted in Color, Illustrations, Published by Gluekit on February 26, 2009

"USA Phoneix Rising From the Flames" - Illustration by Gluekit for Portfolio Magazine 2008

Gluekit illustration for Portfolio magazine! This was published in one of the issues near the end of 2008 and accompanied an article about the hoped-for resurgence of the U.S. economy.

Stay Visible!

Posted in Color, Design, Photographs, Type by Gluekit on February 25, 2009

Stay Visible Typography

Recent typographic work

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In Black and Gold: Kate Moross

Posted in Calendars, Color, Type, Yale by Gluekit on February 7, 2009

Kate Moross Cover for Yale Art Gallery

This Spring 2009 Yale University Art Gallery calendar cover is by the talented and massively prolific London-based designer and illustrator Kate Moross. Kate has a simply splendid love of geometry, isometric forms, handcrafted type, and bicycles. In addition to throwing down all sorts of tasty images for a superstar roster of clients as well as creating lots of ultra-cool loot, Kate runs Isomorphs, “the world’s first art-driven record label.” Her calendar cover, like so much of her work, is playful, engaging, and undeniably rad.

Gluekit in Wired!

Posted in Black and White, Illustrations, Photographs, Published by Gluekit on February 2, 2009

Wired Magazine "Jargon Watch" (Feb 2009 issue) by Gluekit

The February 2009 issue of Wired Magazine, currently on newstands here in the U.S., features a Gluekit illustration for their Jargon Watch column (Gluekit loves speech bubbles!). We were super thrilled to be asked to do a three-dimensional black and white illustration, which follows along in the same tradition as many of our image projects. Thanks, Wired!