Tag Archives: Wisconsin

Adam Senatori

16 Aug

Adam Senatori is a vintage-obsessed designer, illustrator, and photographer based in Madison, Wisconsin. He trys to emulate the processes and craftsmanship of the designers and artists from yesteryear into his work, as you can tell. Adam’s work looks like it could have been done in the 1950s.

He’s been working as a one-man design team he calls Adam Senatori Creative since 2004. According to all of the photos of himself, he never smiles. Not even if you tickle him. Adam may be a design/photographer robot who requires a wheel of cheese 3 times a day. Even if he does smile and not consume that much cheese, he has an amazing eye for detail and is able to capture the old and worn look with a new twist.

Check Adam’s illustrations out on dribbble or his photographs on flickr. Great stuff, Adam!

(via Erica Mason/twitter)

Evan Stremke

13 May

Evan Stremke is a Madison, WI-based graphic designer, illustrator, and all-around creative thinker. He’s currently working for Planet Propaganda, but does a fair amount of work on the side. Evan seems to have somewhat of an obsession with history. What was the reason it happened, the impact it caused, and the aftermath of the event all seem to be part of each piece he creates. One of his on-going projects is the Invitation to an Assassination series. Not only does it glorify the person who’s life was cut short, but what role these powerful leaders had in our society.

Another project Evan is working on and just announced earlier this week is his Momentus Project. He describes it as “The visualization of the most defining moments in United States history.” This list includes wars, expeditions, the birth of flight, natural and man-made catastrophes, and presidential elections. I can’t wait to see some of these summed up in one image. It’s bound to be strong and meaningful.

Check out Evan’s thoughts on twitter, shots on dribbble, and his DesignerMX mix, too.

Thank you for the inspiration, Evan. I’m excited to see what’s to come.

(via Darren Booth/twitter)