Feast your eyes on half a dozen of our favorite movers and shakers in the graphic design world after the jump.
The beauty certainly lies in the details for London-based French illustrator Thibaud Herem. At first glance, his architectural rendering handiwork seems photographic, but upon closer inspection, the magic reveals itself in the meticulous pencil and Indian ink hand drawn detailing the illustrator is known for.
When not working his magic as Fossil's senior designer and as the chief curator of Typetoy, a Tumblr dedicated to all things vintage design and typography, Eiland designs, designs, and designs.
Based in New York and the U.K., illustrator Debbie Powell has been charming viewers with her watercolor, ink, linocut, pencil & pen, and printmaking handiwork. When not doodling and cutting into linoleums, the pretzel and Laurel & Hardy-loving illustrator creates handcrafted jewelry with the family collective, Rah and Rah, as well as her own personal collection of wooden objects, brass mobiles, and handmade pots.
You may have seen her colorful, quirky illustrations in the paper or those charming landmark icons on the travel itinerary tome of the New York Times, 36 Hours: 150 Weekends in the USA & Canada, so it's no surprise that we're taken with the tiny red bike riding illustrator's work.
Graphic design that looks like paper cut-outs? Check. Estonia-based illustrator and graphic designer Eiko Ojala is tricking our noggins one by one. A 'Young Illustrators Award' nominee, Ojala's clientele ranges from The New York Times to the Victora and Albert Museum and has been featured on It's Nice That, iGnant, and Etapes.
Hugo & Marie
What happens when you gather a fine crop of creative individuals dedicated to all things design? You get Hugo & Marie. Since early 2008, the NY-based "imaginative creative agency" has been managing a highly talented roster of creatives, churning out some of the most impressive design portfolios.