On Fridays we like to take things a little easier in the office. The end of the week is a great time to share posts about the people of Provost; the faces that make up the team.
This Friday our art director and senior graphic designer Stephanie Parrish shares with us her favorite five blogs for designers. Stephanie is a talented graphic designer with over 18 years experience.
Stephanie has worked with some of the world’s most well known brands translating their identity and messaging into immersive graphic environments. Her professional experience has included working for creative agencies such as McKinney, T3 and Rockett, Burkhead & Winslow.
Here at Provost Studio, Stephanie builds focused and poignant graphic narratives that translate brand and cultural identity into immersive visitor programs.
"No Noise. Just the good stuff" Niic.co is a beautiful way to create and find inspiring design portfolios from industry professionals and amateur designers. Niice hand-pick the work they share, which means there are no ads and no junk.
Before we had Adobe, before we had CAD, before we had the cloud or computers, we made things with our hands. Design is Fine is a self professed library of art & design history. Covering design from all time right up to the computer revolution, you'll find an interesting mix of post modernism, art deco, shaker, de stijl and many more beautiful works of art and design.
"All things visual culture" Colossal is a flood of design, animation, art, photography, and architecture. The Webby nominated blog regularly updates with with work from right around the world.
Slick, clean, simple; Designspiration keeps your focus on the work. With a rotating array of inspiring art and design, this will become your favorite place on the web. The site is easily searchable and features only work that has been hand selected by the Designspiration team; insuring only the highest quality content reaches your feed.
High impact and out of left field, Booooooom (seven O's) has personality. Featuring work mainly of the weird, unusual, and experimental variety; the blog brings you interesting art and design often with some thoughts or opinions from the author. I strongly recommend their Instagram feed if that is you social network of choice.