Five Favorites

If you’re looking for some beautifully graphic products or innovative art, then this month’s Five Favorites is for you!

06.20.16 | By
Five Favorites


Jamaica born Tafui is a visual designer and artist who has recently launched a new collection of graphic pillows. While aesthetically gorgeous and graphically chic, she makes it a priority to design products that are also eco-friendly.

Image from JR Instagram

Image from JR Instagram

If you don’t already know French artist and director JR, then you will want to… He is a cutting-edge artist traveling all over the world to make a difference with his creations. His most well-known project may be the independent film Ellis, featuring Robert De Niro.

Above, he was recently invited by the Louvre to create an installation. He designed artwork that makes the pyramid of the Louvre disappear. It is available for viewing until June 27th.

Monica Ahanonu_Tote

Illustrator and designer Monica Ahanonu creates artwork that exposes the world as she sees it. With bold colors and ingenious graphics, she creates art that you want to see on everything!

Luckily, she has a shop at Society6 where you can find her artwork on many different types of products, like this tote above…

Image from Alisa Burke

Image from Alisa Burke

While most parents might share the intention of exposing their children to art, Alisa Burke immerses both herself and her daughter in her beautiful artwork.

She created this art wall in her home with her daughter, which is actually on top of another piece she previously created! They have also completed other projects around her home together, which are all shared on her blog.

Nocturnal Paper

Featuring fun, humorous and always on-point with pop culture, Nocturnal Paper creates products that stand apart from the stationary crowd. You can find wrapping paper, greeting cards, nail decor and more at their Etsy shop right here.

Cori is a freelance Graphic Designer with a background in Interior Design, currently living in Los Angeles. She has paired her design and marketing knowledge to start a freelance career that combines both graphic design and interior design. When she's not working on an editorial layout, blog design, identity or illustration, she's contributing on design blogs or rambling on on her own.