I enjoy this rather literal identity for Rainy Day designed by Toko, a Dutch studio Based in Sydney, Australia. The result is, as they put it, “almost too obvious but too good to ignore”.
This is Typedeck’s 100th post since launching in June this year – a great milestone and a good time to sign off for 2011. Thanks for all the support and positive feedback so far!
Hampus Jageland, a Swedish designer based in Paris, designed this simple and clever identity for Edgeboard – an equally simple and clever product…
Kiss Miklós from Hungary has way too much good work in his portfolio.
Yourstruly, located on Long Street in the heart of Cape Town’s city centre, is one of my favourite lunch time spots. One thing I enjoy about it is the DIY ethic…
Oslo based agency Your Friends designed this identity and promotional material in 2009 for the Norwegian design seminar Edit.
I know I’m quite late to the party on this one, but it’s still noteworthy when a global brand like Diet Coke takes design risks. Launched this month, apparently this can is a limited edition. Does that perhaps imply that Coca-Cola is not completely confident in the new design? I’m willing to bet that these… Continue reading Diet Coke launches bold new can design
I really enjoy the look of Catalonian family business Fruita Blanch. The new fresh minimal identity was designed by Barcelona based studio Atipus. They even developed a custom font used across the board. My favourite aspect is how the labels have been designed to reveal as much of the jar content as possible. Sometimes less… Continue reading Fruita Blanch
The super productive Jon Contino has just relaunched his portfolio stuffed with great typographical works and since I have been planning to post something about him, it is as good a time as ever to do so.
This post is about three different, yet related things that caught my attention in recently…