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Hydro Seventy Four

04.8.08   |   Posted in: Art & Design   |   By: Andrea Tumino
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We can’t believe its taken us this long to post on Hydro74, but better late than never. From his humble beginnings doing editorial cartoons to starting Hydro74, in 1994, Joshua M. Smith has proven time and time again he can throw down with the best of them.

When you’ve got clients like Nike, ESPN, Quicksilver, IdN, and YouWorkForThem start shilling out your left overs you know you are at the top of your game. “Over the past 10 years of working as a designer, there have been highs and lows to getting to where I am right now…this is something I would never dreamed up when the first clicks of the mouse started,” says Smith.

You can check out his blog here, which he updates regularly (with humor), and you can check out his book, Hydro74 The Collection, Thus Far…, here.

And click here to see more images of his work.

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3 Responses to “Hydro Seventy Four”

  1. Mark Weaver ACCD 1998 Says:

    Absolutely beautiful, compelling work…While I am a car designer, I appreciate all other creative disciplines and have a soft spot in my heart for graphic or communication design….or is this illustration? No matter genre it may be, it is beautiful, thoughtful work and I appreciate you sharing it with us.

  2. Alex Jones Says:

    I’m with you. Checking out other disciplines is so inspiring – arguably more so than the work from our own. Industrial design and architecture are two my personal faves right now.

  3. cleantypeface Says:

    This guy is beyond sick.

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