Javier Garcia


I am still baffled that I never wrote about Javier Garcia while actually in San Francisco. Well better late than never—especially for such an awesome illustrator and designer (and all around nice guy). Javier’s style is graphic with strong vintage influences, yet it always feels like his own take on it. I particularly love his fictitious record covers—geometric and playful—there’s no doubt that you would snatch these up had you come across them at an antique or thrift store. To check out more of his work be sure to visit his site. Enjoy!









The Best Thing I Saw Today • July 5, 2012


Her

French magazines turned envelopes
via Mint

J Dilla Toy by Phil Young Song
J Dilla Toy by Phil Young Song
Him

J Dilla Toy by Phil Young Song
via jtabije’s Designspiration

The Best Thing I Saw Today • June 25, 2012




Her

Le Royaume De La Mer illustrated by F. Rojankovsky
My Vintage Avenue

Vintage Vehicle Logotypes
Vintage Vehicle Logotypes
Vintage Vehicle Logotypes
Vintage Vehicle Logotypes
Vintage Vehicle Logotypes
Vintage Vehicle Logotypes
Vintage Vehicle Logotypes
Him

Vintage Vehicle Logotypes
via Beast Pieces

The Best Thing I Saw Today • June 15, 2012








Her

A selection of letterheads from Letterheady
via personal inspiration search

Twitter News Blocks by Kudzd
Him

Twitter News Blocks by Kudzd
via Typeverything

The Best Thing I Saw Today • June 4, 2012


Her

2.40p/mtr. by Pim Pootjes (1940′s)
via Present&Correct Blog

Bewitched by Stranger & Stranger
Bewitched by Stranger & Stranger
Him

Bewitched by Stranger & Stranger
via The Dieline