Moshik Nadav Typography


Brooklyn-based Moshik Nadav creates sophisticated type for fashion and luxury brands.  Born and raised in Israel he relocated to Brooklyn, New York and established his studio, Moshik Nadav Typography specializing in high-end logotype and custom typography.  On Creative Pro he has this advice for students of typography and design:

“Get yourself a comfy chair because you are about to spend most of your time on it. Be original, be unique. Show the world something new. Don’t try to be someone else. Don’t mimic your favorite designer. Invent your style and be good at it. Never stop learning even after you graduate.”

You can view his work on his website, Instagram, Facebook and Behance.  His fonts can be purchased on his website.

Images:  Courtesy of Moshik Nadav.

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.

Paula Kovarik


You really have to get up close to fully appreciate the work of art quilter Paula Kovarik.  The Memphis-based artist received her degree in graphic design and is the creative director and owner of a graphic design studio specializing in communications. Textile art materialized when her mother encouraged her to take a quilting class.  She says this about her work:

“Stitching is an extension of my thoughts through my hands. This slow art, textural and multi-layered, reveals a product born of concentration on an idea and hours of application. There is a point in every piece that I recognize as the moment when body, soul, and statement come together in the product. It is when I declare to myself: I stand by this work.” 

You can view more of her designs on her website.

Images:  Courtesy of Paula Kovarik.