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  • Asís's art deco typographic identity pays homage to Paris chic

    "The SNOB hotel gives its highly desirable postcode a real kick in the teeth, this brand new 4 star boutique hotel will give you a taste of Parisian high society. A snobby address which marries elegant, bourgeois conventions with cool undertones, allowing you to live a truly authentic French 'chic' experience. The Snob Hôtel was conceived as a bourgeois abode, created in essence, to pay homage to the Parisienne lady. This complex yet charming ideal of snobbery represents the Parisienne's 'Eternal holidaymaker' spirit as much as her 'chic and chilled' demeanor. The theme of greenery is very present in the hotel, symbolising the Parisienne's desire for a touch of authenticity, which she so often lacks. She thus flees towards a universal value: nature, as is perfectly illustrated by the ground floor's panoramic wallpaper, enormous brass lamps which you can picture adorning the front of a summer holiday home, a reception desk which evokes an antique family heirloom, all within a warm, mellow atmosphere, enriched with lush greenery,'say Asís.

    "We are Asís, a graphic design studio based in Buenos Aires, founded by Francisco Andriani and Clara Fernández," the continue. "Specialized in branding, the focus of our work is to develop visual identities, through printed and digital solutions for any kind of client. We explore concepts, to relate customer and company, having as a principle the clients claims, always favoring direct contact with them. We help brands tell their story."

    To see the full project check here

    *Text and images taken from Asís's Behance account

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    28Nov
  • Glenn Wolk's iconic labels represent an epoch, a story and a world

    "Every label is a tiny billboard and potential work of art. A small scrap of fabric that represents an epoch, a story, a world, says graphic designer, Glenn Wolk. He creates art for the entertainment industry, fashion industry and print media. Wolk has designed graphics and paintings for The Rolling Stones, Eminem, and The Beatles, among other iconic singers and brands and exudes genuine passion toward his work.

    Check out more of his work here

    *Text and images taken from Glenn Wolk's Behance account

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    27Nov
  • Lennarts & de Bruin's campaign for KABK with a funny spin on spam

    "For the annually open day of Royal Academy of Art The Hague  (KABK), we created the campaign based around the idea of it being a community and its internationality. We decided to call it The State of The Art, as a play on words but also to raise the question if a state can still exist. During this day and age, were are the boundaries? And when are you a local? From Boomerang to Vice, Glamcult to Facebook, Volkskrant to Mr Motley. If there was room to spam, we took the full opportunity of living in a digital age,"say Lennarts & de Bruijn a multidisciplinary Design Studio, based in The Hague, founded by Max Lennarts and Menno de Bruijn. The concept and design was created in collaboration with Tomas Laar.

    The element of humour and spamming seems to be their motto as their short bio desicribes: "Super nice text about who we are and what great work we make, including identities, campaigns, concepts, copywriting, websites, books, posters, branding, exhibitions, illustrations, flyers, and more. Text about all our achievements and other relevant things. Triggering words to get new assignments and more incentives to work with this amazing studio." Check out the full project here.

    *Text and images were taken from Lennarts & de Bruijn Behance account

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    23Nov
  • Tractorbeam design a delicious identity inspired by the 50's

    "How can you capture a time and place without resorting to kitsch,” “retro,” or “vintage”? With Heritage Pizza, we undertook the challenge of creating a brand that rang true to its inspiration (1950s pizzerias), and casting it in a modern context, " say Tractorbeam on their eye cathing restaurant branding for Heritage Pizza in Texas, USA.

    When it comes to their creative office they just quote that it's "not about tractors.Definitely about brands. Sometimes about advertising. Not really about expectations. Obsessed about product. Relentless about design. Selective about clients. Unreasonable about fonts. Fanatic about growing your business.

    Feast on the full Heritage Pizza project here.

    *Images and text are taken from Tractorbeam's Behance account

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    22Nov
  • Ioannis Fetanis designs a typographic only artists' residency book

    "This book was published on the occasion of a four- day artist residency program in the village Isternia of Tinos, in May 2017. Sixteen artists were invited by Sterna Fringe Festival to photograph Tinos island. Eleni Mouzakiti and Lambros Papanikolatos supported the artists by offering one-on-one mentoring sessions and supervision throughout the residency," says, Athens based graphic designer, Ioannis Fetanis.

    Born in Athens, Ioannis Fetanis studied graphic design at the Athenian Artistic and Technological Group where in 2004 he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts. He completed his studies in 2007 by obtaining a MA in Strategic Design & Visual Communication from Middlesex University, London. 

    He is now working as a graphic designer for Parachute Typefoundry  whilst at the same time enjoys being active in groups with interests and actions in social fields such as Creative Action Network(USA), TEDx, 57th TIFF, as well as taking part in political communication projects. His endless creativity, guides him to participate frequently in graphic design exhibitions and biennales all over the world.

     

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    21Nov