Easy as 123

Easy as 123

by Drew Melton

Choosing to do things with ease is really hard work. When I don’t feel the need to perform I am often far more happy with what I make. Also, I’ve been addicted to brush pens lately.

Take Control

Take Control

by Luke Ritchie

Heard this lyric from a drum n’bass tune I heard recently, and really liked the simple powerful message that we need to take control of our lives, and also do something that feels authentic and true to ones self. This is the final result of exploring a more 3 dimensional realistic type style.

Work Harder

Work Harder

by Drew Melton

I’ve been thinking about working harder…  This doesn’t exactly mean working more for me these days. But it does mean setting aside more focused time for practice. The more I practice the more efficient my creative process becomes and I love that feeling. Here’s to (the good kind) of hard work!

Wadddup Bitches

Wadddup Bitches

by Luke Ritchie

Busy exploring italian style lettering and 3 dimensional style extrusions.This was more of an experiment than anything else, but also just to say watsup 2014, it’s gonna be a good one!

Open for Business

Open for Business

by Drew Melton

The phrase says it all.

Go Outside!

Go Outside!

by Drew Melton

Sometimes you just need to get out of the office.

Live the Life you Love

Live the Life you Love

by Luke Ritchie

‘Nuff said.

Take it Easy

Take it Easy

by Drew Melton

After a year of moving, a wedding, becoming an employee, quitting and developing some nerve damage in my hand I’m really being forced to take it easy lately. I am certainly learning the value of down time.

Letters

Letters

by Drew Melton

Well it has been a while since we last posted. Since I started the phraseology project I have gotten married, moved to California and learned a lot along the way. Things are starting to calm down and I am excited to say that Phraseology will once again be a priority for me. This piece was a collaboration effort between myself and the brilliant master penman, Jake Weidman.

Failures

Failures

by Simon Ålander

A while ago I talked about failures with Ben Krogh for his blog project “On Failure” and after that I couldn’t get the word “failures” out of my head. The only solution was to draw it - and here it is! If you’re interested in what we said, you can read the full interview here.