The Black Harbor The Black Harbor is an online account of the work, ideas, and inspiration of a tight-nit collective of creatives. Over the years we have created things together, attended school together, fought together, and partied together. We have grown beyond the simplicity of friendship. We are now a family. Our purpose is to celebrates the work of the collective and explore creative work in the world that truly inspires us driving us to be better at what we do. Our hope is that as we document our work, process, lives, and inspiration that you will also be inspired and share your work with us.
Michael Jeter is a designer and illustrator living in San Francisco. He is the co-creator and creative force behind I Shot Him. He created The Black Harbor out of his continuing need to celebrate the many overly talented friends he has the privilege of drinking and working with.
I’m super excited about the release of Ryan George Kittleman’s novel The Great Peace earlier this week. Ryan is one of those renaissance men who can do just about anything really well. He is an author, m ... Continue reading →
I recently had the pleasure of being a contributing artist for the awesome project Silver Screen Society. I contacted them because I had an itch to contribute and see how my work would sit in that sphere. Trevor Basse ... Continue reading →
I had the pleasure of making a poster for ArtCrankSf this year, and I wanted to share the work and process with you guys. The guys over at Vahalla Studios printed the posters for me. Dan was really rad to work with and I ... Continue reading →
About the Project
I recently had the pleasure of working with the folks at Brunch Box to create an identity system and truck wrap for their new brunch food truck. It was a great learning experience all around. The clien ... Continue reading →
We are happy to share with you the latest animation from I Shot Him. We collaborated with Participant Media and Take Part to create a website and animation for a social action campaign about the power of storytelling f ... Continue reading →
I’m obsessed with Emmanuelle Walker’s new dogs and cars series. There is so much style in these pieces that it hurts. And if thats not good enough, there are drawings with birthday suited women hanging o ... Continue reading →
Oscar & Ewan is a London and Stockholm based design studio that is making really fucking awesome shit. Since 2007 they have been creating everything from brilliant album art to captivating spacial typography a ... Continue reading →
I’ve known of and have been following Michael Spitz ever since i’ve been an honored member of the dribbble community. I always think of Michael as the king of Dribbble. He’s an incredibly active m ... Continue reading →
JooHee Yoon’s about page on her site is about as delightfully ambiguous as it gets. All I know about her is that she was born in another country and has lived on both coasts. But all you really need to know about her ... Continue reading →
I love the work of Maricor/Maricar!This duo creates amazing hand crafted pieces with a wide breadth of all kinds of rawness from motion, to lettering, and beyond. Don’t start digging into their website unles ... Continue reading →
Olimpia Zagnoli has one of those styles that is just able to transcend time…and maybe even space. She is based in milan and is killing it. Here website is filled with great stuff, but if you travel over to her flic ... Continue reading →