We first encountered Adé Hogue when he spoke at Adobe MAX, and we were immediately enchanted with his lettering and the way he brings that lettering into physical spaces using all sorts of creative materials. Adé was named one of PRINT Magazine’s New Visual Artists in 2017 and since then has been collecting accolades — and producing inspiring work. He chatted with us about his process, where he finds inspiration and his favorite Chicago food spot.
We’ve been following the work of graphic designer Aaron Draplin since the early days of Draplin Design Co. His elegant logos and brand work have won him many fans, and when he’s not working on new projects, he spends a lot of his time traveling around the country, inspiring other designers.
Julia Talcott is a printmaker, illustrator and owner of Studio 80, a printmaking studio near Boston, Massachusetts. Her fine art involves creating images of natural and man-made patterns as linoleum and woodblock prints and then collaging those images together into new forms.