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Not only is recent graduate Sean Loose a stellar illustrator, he also has a rather distinctive style. Loose graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design in illustration and design, and takes with him an impressive body of work for such a newbie. We love his flair for geometric mod design… it doesn’t feel self-indulgent, and works particularly well in his Lucas Theatre series. We look forward to him breaking loose in the design world and making his mark.

Via and Behance

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The talent coming out of Savannah College of Art and Design is quite remarkable. And the work of SCAD senior Weston Doty, currently studying Graphic Design and Photography, is particularly notable. We’re especially taken with Doty’s project titled Split, which he describes as “observation & experimentation of form + color”. We admit that we have an affinity for food-related design (as evidenced here and here and here), but Doty’s keen sense of color and composition are what really draw us to this series. Doty exhibits an air of design maturity in his work, and we imagine he will be making his mark in the design community for years to come (his terrific name can’t hurt either).

Via Behance

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Savannah, Georgia-based freelance designer and SCAD student Justin Barber (no relation to us) has tapped into his branding and identity skills for this witty series about everyday white lies, uncovering the difference between what we say and what we mean. Well done.


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