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Iowa-based illustrator/designer Michael Myers (aka Drawsgood) has a great eclectic style. We really like the varied execution of his work. For fans of the TV series LOST, you’ll appreciate his reimagining it as an animated series. Also love his Avengers head shots.

Via drawsgood.com

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Highly regarded Minneapolis design firm Charles S. Anderson Design Company has a vast body of work, and their development of the Turner Classic Movies identity caught our eye. The modular structure is brilliant: “The TCM logotype we developed was brought to life with a series of 30 simple character icons, each representing a different movie category. Television is not a static medium, so we created an identity that could change and evolve, utilizing a different icon each time it appeared on screen.” The vintage commercial art style is actually refreshing in a medium filled with slick, glossy logos. Really well done!

Via csadesign.com

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