Typograph Niral Parekh recently made the cover of the New York Times recomposing their logo with 3000 accumulated mail. A work called Type of Letters, emphasizing with talent the love of this artist for the paper while providing superb coverage for this reference of the American press.
Talented Vietnamese agency Bratus created the visual identity of photographer’s studios Gbox located in Ho Chi Minh City. A variation sought and with great consistency, showing a real attention to details to be found in a series of visuals.
Here are the beautiful illustrations by Minni Havas, for professional or personal projects. The artist works different graphics and portraits using a wide palette of bright and original colors. Illustrations both creative and aesthetic.
Designers from Deutsche & Japaner have developed Speicher7. Harbor Hotel & Bar’s identity, located in the port of Mannheim. From the menu to the pencils, through logotype, soaps, posters and website, everything has been imagined by these very talented designers for a singular and classy hotel.
Après l’excellent projet Limm, German collective Deskriptiv composed different visual printed for UK edition of Wired Magazine.
Using a complex programming technic for this render, these digital works as a wireframe impress and can be discovered in the article.
Taiwanese designer Wang Zhi Hong makes very beautiful asiatic book covers. His minimalist work integrates geometric and graphic elements where the writing is a drawing itself. A selection of his covers is to discover in images and in details in the gallery.
For this first best-of of July, we gathered for you the best graphics on brand identities Fubiz. Each brand has its own universe, its own characteristics and those with these criteria and graphic designers create own brand identity.
En garde makes packaging colorful geometric patterns for “Wine motif”. The goal is to transcribe the different senses awaken when we taste and smell wine. Emotions related to taste are transcribed through unique patterns affixed to each bottle.
Known for his incredible work in cut paper illustrations, the artist Eiko Ojala his latest series entitled “The good product”. These illustrations deal with the nature and taste of dishes, such as rhubarb, onions, sea urchins and other culinary preparations.
Tim Rotermund achieved these beautiful packaging for the brand T. A modern and harmonious design in each of the packaging: boxes of tea, paper cups and bags are in the same harmony with pastel colors such as pink, blue and white. Each product is marked with a T, embossed or simply printed.
Performed by Le Duo for IDEAT magazine, these illustrations represent three major themes: furniture design made by top designers such as Hans Wegner and Charles Ray Eames, famous monuments from different cities such as New York, Sydney, London and finally, the types of families from cities such as Paris, Berlin and Milan.
Based in San Francisco, designer and illustrator Ryan Putnam has created a series of visuals that represent iconic costumes worn by characters from famous films, and also various equipment used for special jobs as mountain climber. The goal is to recognize movies like “Back to the Future” and “Ghostbusters” through different outfits shown.
Motion Silhouette Motion Silhouette is an interactive book for children absolutely beautiful designed by Japanese Megumi Kajiwara & Tathuhiko Nijima. With the presence of silhouettes pop-up in the book, this design will delight both kids and adults.
Originally from Hong Kong, the artist Bovey Lee decided after years of practicing calligraphy consider paper cutting and offers us creations of beauty and breathtaking precision. Achievements of the most beautiful effect which a selection is to discover images.
Designers from Kokoro & moi have developed the graphic and visual identity of the AIA Design Awards 2013 which happened in New York City. Made of blue and orange, this identity combines molecular patterns and strict lines we can find on architects’ and city’s plans.