Moxy Creative House Prints
Creative print series inspired by iconic characters, cities, movies and pop culture.
Moxy Creative House with the creative director Glenn Michael have thought of a smart way to integrate pop culture references and famous concepts into a product, thus making it accessible to today’s modern audience. Familiarizing customers with a product by associating it with a well-known figure makes consumers feel connected to an item that they may not necessarily be familiar with.
Moxy Creative House is Everyguyed’s in-house design agency, specializing in creative direction and development in fashion, and other visually driven industries. It’s a hip firm that creates original prints based upon iconic characters, events, cities, movies, drinks and others.
The amazing guys over at Moxy Creative House have created great illustrations for five colorfully and creatively resoluted groups “Framework”, “Touristique”, “Ensemble”, “Cheers” and “Dress the Part”. Each collection bears concrete theme and idea.
“Framework” series includes posters featuring 28 of the most iconic glasses from male personalities in film, music, entertainment, and politics, such as Johnny Depp, Kanye West, Gandhi and Andy Warhol and others.
“Touristique” highlights some of the most famous metropolitan architecture in the world, representing London, Paris, New York, Amsterdam and Toronto cities.
“Ensemble”series, features the stylish dress of some pretty cool musicians.
“Dress the Part” represents great illustrations of cult movies.
“Cheers” is specially created to celebrate Father’s Day, as creative director Glenn Michael raise a glass – and his brush – to 8 iconic animated dads, re-envisioning them as beer cans.
Each series is gorgeous and unique in its own way, and are not meant only for commerce, but are also creative and fine artworks.
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