Category Archives: Graphic Design

Jones, Knowles, Ritchie (JKR)


Inspired by marble maze games Jones, Knowles, Ritchie (JKR) used a custom typeface “Maze Sans” to create an identity program for UNICEF branch, Marble, a science and art collective pioneering the future of ethical data. 

Unicef refer to corporate data as a maze of information, challenging to navigate when looking for pathways to solutions.  JKR took this analogy using colorful marbles to illustrate the journey of data in a simple and approachable way both statically and in motion.  The font works particularly well when seen in animation using the marbles to communicate different directives. You can view the video of the marbles in motion here.

Images:  Courtesy of Jones, Knowles, Ritchie (JKR)

Yoni Alter


Israeli born Yoni Alter is a London-based designer and art director.  He studied at Jerusalem Academy of Art and Design and continued his education at London College of Communication. The artist utilizes bold silhouettes and colors to depict architectural landmarks and icons from around the world.  We were drawn to the simplified images, perspective and the dynamic splashes of colors.

The artist can be found on his website, Facebook and Instagram.  Some of his prints are available in his Etsy shop, Designed by Yoni.

Images:  Courtesy of Yoni Alter.

Leise Dich Abrahamsen


Copenhagen-based artist Leise Dich Aabrahamsen is a multi-disciplinary artist who works on visual arts, textiles, decorative objects and product design.  We found this quote from the artist on the website, AYTM

“As a multi-faceted artist, I find inspiration everywhere; glimpses of everyday life, language, sound, shapes, structure, movement, architecture, countryside, city, people, communication – it’s a large pot I keep boiling and tapping the essences from. I am also deeply passionate about colours and the endless possibilities they provide makes happy.”

You can view more of her work here on Instagram.

Images:  Courtesy of Leise Dich Abrahamsen.