I love these seriously intricate maze illustrations by London-based
for Saatchi & Saatchi.
“I have created three highly-detailed maze-like ink on paper illustrations themed around different environments: plane, camping and home interior. The idea was to show how distracting sounds would almost get lost in a maze or obstacles if you have some of that magical drink, helping to secure a sweet peaceful environment for those who wanna nap.”
I seriously love this branding design by ContentFormContext for Walden, a Korean natural soy candle brand the name of which was inspired by a homonymous essay by Henri David Thoreau.
Simple and chic with vintage touches throughout, this is one cool branding.
I love this project for a ‘build-your-own’ SLR camera designed by Gudrun Mittendrein and the Lomography design team.
“The camera has a rough look which is also shown in the raw cardboard packaging with 2 color silk screen print. The graphic itself has connections to the Russian constructivism but it is transferred into modern times.”
I love this branding for The Freehouse, a Minneapolis based restaurant and brew house by designer Anders Holine. Sometimes it feels as though branding had become so associated with colour that clients are afraid of anything with too many colours.
Not The Freehouse though. Beautiful!
Being stuck in the London in winter has given me a serious case of wonderlust. This branding, for King of the Mountain Outdoor Clothing Co. has helped satisfy that somewhat.
At least until we go to Iceland.
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I love these illustrations by French artist Théo Jan. I think the pigeon has to be my favourite, take a look at more over on his facebook page here.