made in the now

This is one of my favourite sources of daily bite-size pieces of inspiration. Every 24 hours, Made in the Now creates a new t-shirt design inspired by interesting current events and global news headlines. Each clever design is only available for 24hrs so you have to snap them up real quick.
I absolutely adore this particular news story and the design created in response to the article.
Shirt #98, 23 October 2011:
From the Times of India: “More than 200 girls whose names mean “unwanted” in Hindi chose new names on Saturday for a fresh start in life. A central Indian district held a renaming ceremony, it hopes it will give the girls new dignity and help fight widespread gender discrimination that gives India a skewed gender ratio, with far more boys than girls.”  
Georgia Perry’s design fused the colours of India with a strong, simple statement for women everywhere. 
You can read more about it here.

meet hannah stouffer

Hannah Stouffer aka GrandArray is a seriously rad illustrator/graphic designer based in LA. She holds an impressive portfolio of work and has worked for a number of high profile clients e.g. Levi’s, Nike and American Express. Her illustrations are just mind-blowing. I cant even begin to describe them. Check them out yourself here.

meet nate williams

Nate Williams, aka Alexander Blue, is an artist, illustrator and designer who has worked extensively in various facets of the illustration industry, producing work for magazines, advertising, publishing, music, fashion, textiles, home decor, merchandise, posters, social expression and newspapers. His colour palettes are bold and his linework leaps off your screen. He’s created a selection of free funky wallpapers which you can download here.