If you have good taste in music (or design) then you've more than often come across some of the amazing work by Invisible Creature. Brothers Don and Ryan Clark, influenced by generations of creative passion and skill, combined their love and time in the music scene with design and settled in Seattle’s ever-blossoming artistic frontier. After years of experience and growth with their first company, Asterik Studio, the brothers split from their good friends and launched Invisible Creatures together.
Since then Invisible Creatures has received 4 Grammy nominations for music packaging, and have worked with clients such as Target, Nike, New York Times, Esquire, Wired, Interscope, Sony, Universal, Warner Brothers, Nickelodeon, Nordstrom and MTV- to name a few. Their work has also been featured in the pages of Print, HOW, Communication Arts, IdN, Step, in addition to publications of the hard-bound variety by publishers such as Chronicle, Juxtapoz, Die Gestalten Verlag and Fantagraphics.
They're style is clean yet colorful, packed yet controlled. I guess you could compare it to that of good punk music, which they also succeed in creating.
If you're not impressed by their long list of high end clients, featured publications, or awards then check out the work for yourself. I personally guarantee you won't be disappointed.