Category Archive: Design

Swinging longboards give us some hoody inspiration

By Stuart Hughes Surfing and hoodies go together like strawberries and cream, Ant and Dec, gin and tonic, apple and crumble, and rama lamma lamma ka dinga da dinga dong. It’s the reason… Continue reading

Hand-carved block printing at its most sublime

By Stuart Hughes. There is something wholesome, honest and beautifully primitive about hand-carved block printing. It has an imperfect, homemade feel that gives it real credibility, artistry and originality. And the process produces… Continue reading

Discover Brazil in a book

By Ruth Greenall. If you are determined to fully embrace World Cup fever and all things Brazil for the next few weeks  Sounds and Colours have released its guide ‘Sounds And Colours: Brazil’ to help… Continue reading

Any of Biernat’s work on a hoody now please

We don’t have to write much about this because the jaw droppingly magnificent typographical posters speak for themselves. Polish graphic designer Tomasz Biernat has whipped our breath away with his wonderful and intricately detailed… Continue reading

Ciao, hoody!

An iconic design can exist anywhere and in any medium, whatever the nature of the original, whether it’s a building, logo, chair or scooter. To prove the point Hoodywink spotted this funky piece… Continue reading

More to surfing than the hoody

We have a romantic view of the hoody and surfing. You know the sort of thing, a wild day riding the waves, warm white sand under your toes, a sizzling BBQ, beers cooling… Continue reading

C30 C60 C90 Go!

By Ruth Greenall. Hoodywink’s heart skipped a beat when we spotted these beautiful, typographic posters by UK based illustrator and graphic artist Neil Stevens. Something about the graphics, the layouts, the crude typography… Continue reading

Neon inspiration from God’s Own Junkyard

Chris Bracey’s blinding collection of the light fantastic is reputed to be the largest horde of neon art in the world. The ‘Godfather of Neon’ has been saving these gaudy beauties for 25… Continue reading