Barely into her 20s, designer/illustrator Kate Moross has a client list as long as some established design firms. You might recognize her distinctive work from Vice and Nylon magazines or U.K. bands like Klaxons and the Maccabees. She cut her teeth designing flyers for London shows three years ago with a penchant for throwback psychedelic graphics and lettering. Her more recent work favors a tight, geometric style, even when hand-drawn.
Her latest offering is a limited run of silver foil t-shirts
in white and black. They’re unisex, limited to 100 and can be purchased in her online shop
. You can also find the first release on her new record label Isomorphs
, which was somehow able to commission original Kate Moross cover art. There’s some more work after the jump
Design for a Topshop store in London
Poster for the "War" issue of Don't Panic magazine