I love this branding for this Mexican store selling grains in bulk called Germina, designed by the ever wonderful Savvy Studio.
“The design was crafted as a contemporary take on typical market aesthetics and experience, mostly resulting from a direct relationship between customer and vendor, through a clean, modern graphic language. All designs seek to be extremely practical, using basic packaging made from recycled materials – all customisable – emphasising the product’s name, weight and price, thus, following the rituals from habitual market shopping experience.” Continue reading
I’ve featured the awesome work of Tobias Hall on the blog before, and now that he’s just uploaded a bunch of new projects (including his posters for our friends over at Great Little Places) I thought it was about time I featured him again.
His work is intricate, colourful and very, very cool.
Happy Monday folks! To kick off your week, I though I’d share these fantastic sculptures by Chinese artist entitled “DREAMS-Floating No.1/2″.
Because let’s be honest, who doesn’t dream about deers with one antler with cloud islands floating on them?
I love this great brand and stationery design for personal stylist, Marnie Perlstein by .
The hand-drawn logo adds a touch of creative class to an overall very stylish branding.
I absolutely love this illustration by South African design studio MUTI for Migrate Magazine. Click on the jump for detailed images.
A beautiful and elegant identity for photographer Pavle Taborosi by Serbian designer
. It even includes and idea for wedding gifts.
“The identity was built around few core things. Photography was depicted as an essential play of dark and light, wedding was grasped as merging of two halves into a one complete whole and all of that displayed in interweaving initial letters. “ Continue reading