Bold and minimal with a retro aesthetic. Logo monograms for your viewing pleasure.
Ed manages to find that golden midway: minimalist yet richly detailed, subtle yet bold, monochrome and colourful.
Rainy Day identity
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”.
Hampus Jageland, a Swedish designer based in Paris, designed this simple and clever identity for Edgeboard – an equally simple and clever product…
Friday find: Scandinavian logos from the 1960s & 70s
Great collection of beautifully scanned logos originating in Scandinavia during the 1960s and 70s.
50 USA state mottos & 10,000 Minnesota lake logos
I recently happened upon two interesting projects sharing several similarities; both are about geographic regions in the USA, both are typographically executed and both are rather ambitious…
Lovely word marks by Kiss Miklós
Kiss Miklós from Hungary has way too much good work in his portfolio.
A minimalist packaging design experiment
Mehmet Gözetlik of Istanbul, Turkey, is Executive Art Director and Co-Founder of Antrepo, a multidisciplinary design collective. His exploration in minimalist packaging has been receiving some attention lately. At first, his objective was to see what effect it would have to gradually remove all elements from the packaging design of global brands except for the… Continue reading A minimalist packaging design experiment
You only need one font on the Moon
A look at the typography employed in the 2009 sci-fi thriller Moon.
Friday find: Atari logo
The Atari logo, sometimes referred to as the “Fuji” symbol, was designed at the company’s inception in 1972 by California based George Opperman.