French Fine + 12

In a world of creators, few are truly creative. This is The Creative Cool..
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+ Logo Beginnings

Jens Muller traces the evolution of over 6,000 iconic logos from the late 19th to early 20th century in Logo Beginnings. With meticulous research, this pioneering monograph isn’t just a graphic design manual, but a compelling narrative of social, cultural & corporate history, showcasing the profound impact of trademarks on our everyday lives.

+ Get The Money

From concept to completion, +©© Founder & Creative Director Ed Hume was hired to design this super sick, cut & sew merchandise inspired by vintage sportswear for the unforgettable Rolling Loud show in Queens, NYC.

+ Man-O-Manischewitz

After 130 years in business, Kosher food brand Manischewitz teamed up with JKR, a global branding agency that make brands distinctive. The end result is kosher creativity, which aims to capture the hearts of the culturally curious & kosher-keeping alike, offering a taste of Jewish tradition that’s accessible to all.

Before / After

For The Love Of Food

+ The Muska

26 years after the original release, ‘es re-releases their iconic Muska skate shoe! This classic silhouette was originally designed by street skateboarder Chad Muska. Fashion brands like Lanvin & Kenzo continue to be heavily influenced by chunky skate shoe styling from the ‘90s.

THPS Geeking

+ Love Lies Bleeding

Online Ceramics continues to design the highest quality streetwear fashions with a mix of chunky silk screen graphics, unique patchwork & jumbo woven labels. Their attention to detail & raw designs have led to non stop collaborations with French film studio A24, The North Face & many more.

A24 x Online Ceramics

The North Face x Online Ceramics

Created in 2016 by Alix Ross & Elijah Funk

+ French Fine

Krug is the ultimate luxury champagne, described as a “more intellectual wine” than Dom Perignon by British wine critic Jancis Robinson. Founded in 1843 by Joseph Krug in Frances Champagne region, Krug is based principally in Reims. Despite LVMH’s majority ownership, the Krug family is still actively involved in all key decisions of the house.

Grande Cuvee

+ “Decks Are The Roads To Checks”

American designer Salehe Bembury sheds some light on how his acclaimed collaboration with Versace came to be.


“Decks are the road to checks” 🔥🤯 Salahe Bembury talks about how he connected with Versace and created the iconic “Chain Reaction” Versace... See more

+ Good Artists Copy 😎