Zeynep Basay and Cem hasimi pairs a super simple “pd” monogram that uses a binary code “101” as its construction. This is combined with some textured geometric shapes with some smart orange/magenta/aqua gradientst that look just fab! Peckham Digital is a new festival celebrating creative computing in London, with a programme of interactive artworks, artist workshops, talks and events. The […]
Rust orange and white lead this punchy design for equipment supplier Neilo by Laurence GR. Despite just being a render, the metal riveted plate is utterly delightful! A re-branding of an established business in New Zealand, Neilo Equipemnt. Source: Rebranding Neilo Equipment
If you were in a magical design bubble where no company had any branding, and you started a new business, when it came to your own branding, you’d surely stumble upon a venn like overlapping of two circles pretty quickly. It’s a strong solution, easy to recognise and simple to reproduce. You could then start […]
When they say “lets use a gradient on our logo”, you say “HOLD ON!” and show them this: For this, my friends is the 1 colour solution for Barclaycard’s “orange peel” globe logo. I spotted it on a banner advertising the Barclaycard Arena (which, following the trend for calling venues after sponsors, is the new name for […]
The endless reach of supermarkets out of groceries towards other consumer goods continues with this foray by Sainsbury’s into the world of mobile phone resellers. Sainsbury is a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) carried by Vodaphone. Tesco has been operating its own MVNO for some time and thanks to some heavy advertising holds the budget corner of […]
There’s a tough brief for you, “Create an identity and website for a site called Good Design”. Fortunately Patrick Fry have done the job and developed this stencil based ident and website for the site which promotes sustainable and socially responsible design. Of the materials produced I think the GD monogram is my fave, paired […]
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