If you’ve never seen Malika Favre’s illustrations, you’re definitely missing out on something. I might be biased because Favre uses a lot of stripes and bold colors, but this artist could teach even the best of us how to use positive/negative space.
Favre is one of the UK’s most sought after graphic artists, which clients include The New Yorker, Vogue, Sephora and Penguin Books, amongst many others.
Do take the time to check out her work.
I recently discovered a small type foundry based in Montreal, Coppers and Brasses. This independant foundry, founded in 2012 by Étienne Aubert Bonn and Alexandre Saumier Demers, specializes in retail typefaces, custom fonts and tailored lettering. The foundry as won a Grafika Grand Prize Award for their typography work for Studio Caserne. Keep up the good work Coppers and Brasses!