emilio josé bernard

A blog & portfolio of a designer from California, in Sweden.

Fresh posters & tee's.

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Happy to be back and making posters again. It's been a few months, filled with a ton of great opportunities and endeavours. Luckily, I made some time to come up with some new posters and t-shirt designs. Baseball is my first love and the reason why I started making posters, so it's only right that the next series be baseball themed.

These posters feature a mix of new and old. Polygon background with muted colors, complimented with each teams early-era logo and current stats.

The posters are up in my Etsy shop if you fancy one (or more). T-shirts as well. You can click the "shop" tab above or just click here to check out my shop.

Update on some works in progress.

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It's been a little while since the last post. That can either mean I have nothing to do or I'm busy with stuff. Luckily, it's because of the latter.

Here are some things that have been in the works and will be out soon.

New and improved stats poster series in the works.

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The stats series of posters was very popular. So much so that I decided to rework the series with a fresh and clean design.

I humbly present the first installment of the Stats Series 2.0.

More to follow shortly. Will be available for sale soon.

Sonar Reykjavik 2014 highlights.

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I'll preface this by saying that I haven't gone on a proper vacation in roughly 4 years. Sure, I spent some time living abroad in Malmö and Montréal, but they were places of residence, not vacation stops (although I wouldn't mind visiting Montréal in the fall again). If you've ever done both, then you know what I mean. unpacking for a few weeks is quite different than unpacking indefinitely. You see a city with different lenses. Suffice to say, I'd been looking forward to this for some time.

The main reason my girlfriend and I booked this trip was to a) experience Iceland in the winter, and b) check out the eclectic Sonar Reykjavik festival. Both reasons have enough merit on their own to book the trip, so getting both is tops. We decided to do the festival first and the touristy stuff second, which worked out splendidly.

Sonar was mainly a cluster of Icelandic pop and electronic favorites, with some quality live acts sprinkled over (oh, and that Diplo guy I guess). Everything from Booka Shade-esque live duo Kiasmos, to the Icelandic jack of all trades Högni Egilsson (associated with; GusGus, HE, Gluteus Maximus, and Hjaltalin) were showcased in a humble and honest fashion, putting the music at the forefront and kicking glitz to the rear. I'm writing a festival review for HMWL.org in the next day or so, so if you're curious about the music then check that out.

Below are photos from all over. Some of the places include the national park Þingvellir, the waterfall Gullfoss, Thingvellir national park rift valley, and the geothermally active valley of Haukadalur. Also included are some shots from downtown Reykjavik, me eating a hot dog, and some shots within Harpa (venue where Sonar took place).

New baseball series is done. Will be available on Etsy tomorrow!

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Here are the batch of new posters! Very happy about how these came out. Each team print has the team name, logo, brief history, stadium information, established year, and retired numbers, along with an image of the team's city skyline.

They'll be available in my Etsy shop starting tomorrow.