Monday, June 16, 2014

Sanfrancisco Gets Personal

Bright, clean and simple personal business cards designed by Uruguay-based Sanfrancisco Estudio

"A year ago I began working on my own, so I decided to do all of my work from a creative alias, Sanfrancisco Estudio. I needed to give a really good and strong first impression so I decided to go for letterpress, a craft I have admired for years. They were printed on 2 mm kraft cardboard, with 2 direct inks, plus a third one with four variations.”






Friday, June 13, 2014

Rustic Essence Rebranded


Rebranding for The Handfield Inn by Carolane Godbout (Branding) and Catherine Marois (Web Design).

"The Handfield Inn began its activities in 1945 when Irène Jeannotte and Victor Handfield opened a small boardinghouse. Over the years, the success of this charming establishment continued to grow. In 1945, it was not surprising that the boardinghouse changed vocation and became an inn. We tried to capture the rustic essence of this inviting auberge in the rebranding."












Friday, June 6, 2014

Dark Room and Developer


ID + business card design by Ukraine-based Alexander Litvin for photographer Andrey Lobov.

"Dark room, developer, fixer. The red light. People miss the magic of the photography. That’s why we incorporated it into the fashion style of a famous photographer Andrey Lobov. Red light illustrates his name. This is photo magic."








Monday, June 2, 2014

The Woodland Series

Utah-based Franklin Mill has created The Woodland Series which features hand-drawn arbor-themed artwork, in a sophisticated, yet whimsical style. Touches of gold foil enhance most of the pieces. 2014 Series of products by Bookjigs. Pattern design, illustration, and design created in-house by Russ Gray.

Monday, April 7, 2014

KnitYou

Branding and design for KnitYou by Portugal-based Uma Brand Studio.


"Knit You is a knit cloth and accessory brand made by people that live and work in alzheimer hospices care institutions. The logo is reminiscent of a knit pattern and the entire package was designed to help volunteers get started on creating clothing and accessories. 100% of the profits from sales are distributed to senior citizens associated with the organization."














Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Daniel Burens' Technicolor Forest


Every year the Grand Palais invites an artist to create specially to fill the impressively enormous 13,500m² nave of the Grand Palais for Monumenta.

Here are a few select images of Daniel Buren's 2012 Monumenta art installation canopy of colored circles and light. Read more here.







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