kilperic:

Smidswater by Paulus Nabbe and Onno Bevoort

"Our love of print and typography prompted us to design a font especially for our agency," Nabbe comments on Behance. "A font that reflected our ambitions and culture: clean and professional, but, above all, sympathetic and easy on the eye."

Free for Download on the Smidswater Studio’s Website
kilperic:

Smidswater by Paulus Nabbe and Onno Bevoort

"Our love of print and typography prompted us to design a font especially for our agency," Nabbe comments on Behance. "A font that reflected our ambitions and culture: clean and professional, but, above all, sympathetic and easy on the eye."

Free for Download on the Smidswater Studio’s Website
kilperic:

Smidswater by Paulus Nabbe and Onno Bevoort

"Our love of print and typography prompted us to design a font especially for our agency," Nabbe comments on Behance. "A font that reflected our ambitions and culture: clean and professional, but, above all, sympathetic and easy on the eye."

Free for Download on the Smidswater Studio’s Website

kilperic:

Smidswater by Paulus Nabbe and Onno Bevoort

"Our love of print and typography prompted us to design a font especially for our agency," Nabbe comments on Behance. "A font that reflected our ambitions and culture: clean and professional, but, above all, sympathetic and easy on the eye."

Free for Download on the Smidswater Studio’s Website

amagnificentobsession81:

Play Optics by Lily Clark on Behance.

The branding concept for Play Optics is based on Josef Albers’ simultaneous contrast studies making one color appear to be two. This was a two week- long project from conceptualization to completion under the direction of Dan Blackman. Collateral materials include eye chart, business cards, stationary, postcard, lookbook, and signage. The nose bridge of the glasses became a unifying element in both the logo and as a pattern on the eyeglass case, lens cloth, and website.

amagnificentobsession81:

Play Optics by Lily Clark on Behance.

The branding concept for Play Optics is based on Josef Albers’ simultaneous contrast studies making one color appear to be two. This was a two week- long project from conceptualization to completion under the direction of Dan Blackman. Collateral materials include eye chart, business cards, stationary, postcard, lookbook, and signage. The nose bridge of the glasses became a unifying element in both the logo and as a pattern on the eyeglass case, lens cloth, and website.

amagnificentobsession81:

Play Optics by Lily Clark on Behance.

The branding concept for Play Optics is based on Josef Albers’ simultaneous contrast studies making one color appear to be two. This was a two week- long project from conceptualization to completion under the direction of Dan Blackman. Collateral materials include eye chart, business cards, stationary, postcard, lookbook, and signage. The nose bridge of the glasses became a unifying element in both the logo and as a pattern on the eyeglass case, lens cloth, and website.

amagnificentobsession81:

Play Optics by Lily Clark on Behance.

The branding concept for Play Optics is based on Josef Albers’ simultaneous contrast studies making one color appear to be two. This was a two week- long project from conceptualization to completion under the direction of Dan Blackman. Collateral materials include eye chart, business cards, stationary, postcard, lookbook, and signage. The nose bridge of the glasses became a unifying element in both the logo and as a pattern on the eyeglass case, lens cloth, and website.

amagnificentobsession81:

Play Optics by Lily Clark on Behance.

The branding concept for Play Optics is based on Josef Albers’ simultaneous contrast studies making one color appear to be two. This was a two week- long project from conceptualization to completion under the direction of Dan Blackman. Collateral materials include eye chart, business cards, stationary, postcard, lookbook, and signage. The nose bridge of the glasses became a unifying element in both the logo and as a pattern on the eyeglass case, lens cloth, and website.

eene:

Another one for the Art Room // A3

betype:

Typographic Posters by Gershom Charig
betype:

Typographic Posters by Gershom Charig
betype:

Typographic Posters by Gershom Charig
betype:

Typographic Posters by Gershom Charig
thedsgnblog:

Aaron Canning    |    http://aaroncanningdesign.com
"The ‘A’ symbol embodies my own aesthetic and approach to design. It is clean, minimal and typographic. No more than it needs to be a simple representation of my work. The overall identity is strong with impact but also retains an elegant feel. I used a collection of design associated words as a visual element, some using alliteration and some not. A photo of me when I was two adds to the character and extends the visual language making it even more personal."
Aaron Canning is a graphic designer from Dublin, Ireland. He is extremely passionate about typography, book design and everything minimal. His work has a strong emphasis on structure, simplicity and clarity to convey his brief as accurately and precisely as possible. 
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Aaron Canning    |    http://aaroncanningdesign.com
"The ‘A’ symbol embodies my own aesthetic and approach to design. It is clean, minimal and typographic. No more than it needs to be a simple representation of my work. The overall identity is strong with impact but also retains an elegant feel. I used a collection of design associated words as a visual element, some using alliteration and some not. A photo of me when I was two adds to the character and extends the visual language making it even more personal."
Aaron Canning is a graphic designer from Dublin, Ireland. He is extremely passionate about typography, book design and everything minimal. His work has a strong emphasis on structure, simplicity and clarity to convey his brief as accurately and precisely as possible. 
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Aaron Canning    |    http://aaroncanningdesign.com
"The ‘A’ symbol embodies my own aesthetic and approach to design. It is clean, minimal and typographic. No more than it needs to be a simple representation of my work. The overall identity is strong with impact but also retains an elegant feel. I used a collection of design associated words as a visual element, some using alliteration and some not. A photo of me when I was two adds to the character and extends the visual language making it even more personal."
Aaron Canning is a graphic designer from Dublin, Ireland. He is extremely passionate about typography, book design and everything minimal. His work has a strong emphasis on structure, simplicity and clarity to convey his brief as accurately and precisely as possible. 
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Aaron Canning    |    http://aaroncanningdesign.com
"The ‘A’ symbol embodies my own aesthetic and approach to design. It is clean, minimal and typographic. No more than it needs to be a simple representation of my work. The overall identity is strong with impact but also retains an elegant feel. I used a collection of design associated words as a visual element, some using alliteration and some not. A photo of me when I was two adds to the character and extends the visual language making it even more personal."
Aaron Canning is a graphic designer from Dublin, Ireland. He is extremely passionate about typography, book design and everything minimal. His work has a strong emphasis on structure, simplicity and clarity to convey his brief as accurately and precisely as possible. 
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Aaron Canning    |    http://aaroncanningdesign.com
"The ‘A’ symbol embodies my own aesthetic and approach to design. It is clean, minimal and typographic. No more than it needs to be a simple representation of my work. The overall identity is strong with impact but also retains an elegant feel. I used a collection of design associated words as a visual element, some using alliteration and some not. A photo of me when I was two adds to the character and extends the visual language making it even more personal."
Aaron Canning is a graphic designer from Dublin, Ireland. He is extremely passionate about typography, book design and everything minimal. His work has a strong emphasis on structure, simplicity and clarity to convey his brief as accurately and precisely as possible. 
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Aaron Canning    |    http://aaroncanningdesign.com
"The ‘A’ symbol embodies my own aesthetic and approach to design. It is clean, minimal and typographic. No more than it needs to be a simple representation of my work. The overall identity is strong with impact but also retains an elegant feel. I used a collection of design associated words as a visual element, some using alliteration and some not. A photo of me when I was two adds to the character and extends the visual language making it even more personal."
Aaron Canning is a graphic designer from Dublin, Ireland. He is extremely passionate about typography, book design and everything minimal. His work has a strong emphasis on structure, simplicity and clarity to convey his brief as accurately and precisely as possible. 
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Aaron Canning    |    http://aaroncanningdesign.com
"The ‘A’ symbol embodies my own aesthetic and approach to design. It is clean, minimal and typographic. No more than it needs to be a simple representation of my work. The overall identity is strong with impact but also retains an elegant feel. I used a collection of design associated words as a visual element, some using alliteration and some not. A photo of me when I was two adds to the character and extends the visual language making it even more personal."
Aaron Canning is a graphic designer from Dublin, Ireland. He is extremely passionate about typography, book design and everything minimal. His work has a strong emphasis on structure, simplicity and clarity to convey his brief as accurately and precisely as possible. 
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Aaron Canning    |    http://aaroncanningdesign.com
"The ‘A’ symbol embodies my own aesthetic and approach to design. It is clean, minimal and typographic. No more than it needs to be a simple representation of my work. The overall identity is strong with impact but also retains an elegant feel. I used a collection of design associated words as a visual element, some using alliteration and some not. A photo of me when I was two adds to the character and extends the visual language making it even more personal."
Aaron Canning is a graphic designer from Dublin, Ireland. He is extremely passionate about typography, book design and everything minimal. His work has a strong emphasis on structure, simplicity and clarity to convey his brief as accurately and precisely as possible. 
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Aaron Canning    |    http://aaroncanningdesign.com
"The ‘A’ symbol embodies my own aesthetic and approach to design. It is clean, minimal and typographic. No more than it needs to be a simple representation of my work. The overall identity is strong with impact but also retains an elegant feel. I used a collection of design associated words as a visual element, some using alliteration and some not. A photo of me when I was two adds to the character and extends the visual language making it even more personal."
Aaron Canning is a graphic designer from Dublin, Ireland. He is extremely passionate about typography, book design and everything minimal. His work has a strong emphasis on structure, simplicity and clarity to convey his brief as accurately and precisely as possible. 
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

thedsgnblog:

Aaron Canning    |    http://aaroncanningdesign.com

"The ‘A’ symbol embodies my own aesthetic and approach to design. It is clean, minimal and typographic. No more than it needs to be a simple representation of my work. The overall identity is strong with impact but also retains an elegant feel. I used a collection of design associated words as a visual element, some using alliteration and some not. A photo of me when I was two adds to the character and extends the visual language making it even more personal."

Aaron Canning is a graphic designer from Dublin, Ireland. He is extremely passionate about typography, book design and everything minimal. His work has a strong emphasis on structure, simplicity and clarity to convey his brief as accurately and precisely as possible. 

The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

(via fongshui)

thewomb:

Jose E. Oti
thewomb:

Jose E. Oti
thewomb:

Jose E. Oti
thewomb:

Jose E. Oti
thewomb:

Jose E. Oti
thewomb:

Jose E. Oti
type-lover:

TWISTby Diane Pellotieri
type-lover:

TWISTby Diane Pellotieri
betype:

Slounge Poems by Luca Fontana
betype:

Slounge Poems by Luca Fontana
betype:

Slounge Poems by Luca Fontana
betype:

Slounge Poems by Luca Fontana
arrangealign:

Design by Eszter Laki
arrangealign:

Design by Eszter Laki
arrangealign:

Design by Eszter Laki
arrangealign:

Design by Eszter Laki
arrangealign:

Design by Eszter Laki
arrangealign:

Design by Eszter Laki
arrangealign:

Design by Eszter Laki
arrangealign:

Design by Eszter Laki
arrangealign:

Design by Eszter Laki
arrangealign:

Design by Eszter Laki
nevver:

What we’re reading, Sara Drake
nevver:

What we’re reading, Sara Drake
nevver:

What we’re reading, Sara Drake
nevver:

What we’re reading, Sara Drake
nevver:

What we’re reading, Sara Drake
nevver:

What we’re reading, Sara Drake
nevver:

What we’re reading, Sara Drake
apexministry:

Poster designs by Belgium-based, Cedric Janssen.http://studio-molden.com/
apexministry:

Poster designs by Belgium-based, Cedric Janssen.http://studio-molden.com/
apexministry:

Poster designs by Belgium-based, Cedric Janssen.http://studio-molden.com/

apexministry:

Poster designs by Belgium-based, Cedric Janssen.

http://studio-molden.com/

(via andren)

anothergraphic:

Redesign of identity for a ping pong team
anothergraphic:

Redesign of identity for a ping pong team
anothergraphic:

Redesign of identity for a ping pong team
anothergraphic:

Redesign of identity for a ping pong team
anothergraphic:

Redesign of identity for a ping pong team

anothergraphic:

Redesign of identity for a ping pong team