Beautiful side-by-side display of reality and interpretation by Kelly Anderson.

Handkerchief map illustration by Kelli Anderson

a guide to the usual & unusual of paris / paris for pleasure seekers guide map

Paris for pleasure seekers The bold cover of an folded map from beautiful city guide producer Herb Lester Associates. Designed in “exquisite shades of absinthe green and coral pink” by Brooklyn.

Designer Kelli Anderson recently completed the identity for, Russ and Daughters. Working alongside Jen Snow, the project encompassed everything from the identity to menus and packaging, to signage, wallpaper and the exterior facade

Kelli Anderson: Russ & Daughters / on Design Work Life — Designspiration

The imagery used in the vinyl mural behind the bed was adapted from a scan of a rare book engraving.

{home of Kelli Anderson & Daniel Dunnam via designsponge}

A record player invitation that actually plays the record!  The perfect choice for this musical couple.    Invitation:  Kelli Anderson

A record player invitation that actually plays the record! The perfect choice for this musical couple.

Kelli Anderson: Russ & Daughters / on Design Work Life

escapekit: “ Russ & Daughters Designer Kelli Anderson recently completed the identity for, Russ and Daughters. Working alongside Jen Snow, the project encompassed everything from the identity to menus.

Kelli Anderson: The Existential Calculator

Known for her experimental infographics, Kelli Anderson was chosen by Adobe to create “something interesting” for designers attending AIGA’s annual event. An amazing paper calculation wheel which aims to solve that conundrum of…

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KELLI IS COOL

I just designed a bright orange popsicle truck that evangelizes solar energy. It is actually a popsicle truck covered in popsicle-shaped-infographics about solar energy that distributes free popsicles!

Solar powered ice pop via

The world is full of order that doesn’t necessarily deserve our respect. Sometimes there is meaning, justice, and logic present in the way things are — but sometimes there just isn’t. And I think the moment that we realize this is the moment we become creative people. Because it prompts us to mess things up and do something better with the basic pieces of experience.”

Designer Kelli Anderson on Disruptive Wonder and the Hidden Talents of Everyday Things

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