The Graphical & Minimalist Travel Posters by Bradley Huff
At Imagekind, We’re all about supporting independent artists. We love to provide a space for artists to easily setup and start selling their artwork online in a matter of minutes. Bradley Huff is one of those artists. He’s put together some very cool minimalist style travel posters for some of the major cities around the US. One of them particularly caught my attention.
I wanted to share his work on the blog and he was cool enough to answer a few interview questions. Check it.
Where were you born, where do you live now, any other background info?
I was born and grew up in Lilburn, GA which is about 30 minutes outside of Atlanta. I currently live in Duluth, GA, which is not far from where I grew up. I have an English degree from The University of Georgia with a minor in Film Studies. I am currently working on my associates in Graphic Design from The Art Institute of Atlanta. My passion is for the arts including film, music, drawing and design. I began taking painting lessons at a young age.
How would you describe your work?
My work tends to be somewhat retro with a minimalist style. I love 1960′s designs and typefaces. Lately I have been pushing myself to go beyond the usual boundaries of what I see as confining in design. I have a lot of new work that I need to upload to Imagekind.
What processes and techniques do you use to create your work?
My process involves writing out ideas and sketching a few quick reminders before experimenting with the computer. It seems that most of the time, my best ideas comes from a sudden burst of inspiration while driving or doing whatever, instead of long drawn out searching.
Are you a full time artist?
I am currently interning as a Graphic Designer and finishing my degree this summer. I obviously plan to go full-time in the graphics field whenever possible.
How did you get started?
When I was young, I took private art lessons and painted a lot. After many years away from creating art, I rediscovered my passion for creative exploration. There is a great satisfaction in developing a piece of work that really pleases you.
Any notable accomplishments?
Nothing major in the design field, yet! I had a decorated amateur golf career though. Ha.
Where can we find more info and keep up with your work?
What artists inspire you?
I am really into the layout of Wired & GQ magazines. These guys just get it right and use amazing typography. A few designers that I love are Olly Moss, Frank Chimero, Mark Weaver. I am also a huge fan of Paul Rand and Saul Bass, but what designer isn’t.
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