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  • Querida tell a typographic "Story" from a year to a millisecond

    Story — Annual Report 2016. For the third year in a row, production company Story commissioned us to design their annual report. As well as examples from their latest work, the publication showcases their staff, their offices (in Barcelona, Lisbon, and Mexico DF), and some miscellaneous curious facts about the company. This year we thought it would be interesting to break down what happens at Story into different time periods, from a year to a millisecond; a theme that allowed us to talk about the client in a casual and unusual way.

    View the project here and more work here

    *Text and images are from the creators' Behance account

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    19Jul
  • Studio Bruch's design on the interaction between identity and culinary art

     

    47° Rare Styrian Cuisine is the union of six styrian chefs with the assignment to define core values for a contemporary and honest cuisine.The magazine 47° initiates the ambitious project and gives a résumé about the dialogue between the chefs and their local producers to look into the matter of the interaction between identity and culinary art.
    The editorial design communicates the chefs straight and honest approach by using high contrasts between the paragraphs, the images and the white space.  

    Check their project out here 

     

    *Text and images are from the creators' Behance account

     

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    19Jul
  • Anna Katrin Karlsson draws the line with colour

    New promotion material for the art exhibitions at Akershus Kunstsenter(AKS) - a contemporary Arts centre in Lillestrom, Norway. In the new graphic/ typographic design concept the lines in the logo (which is always placed at the bottom) are used as design elements. The idea is to be playing around with lines and colours to create a distinct and yet diverse graphic identity

    *Text and images are from the creator's Behance account

     

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    14Jul
  • Petit Fou - A Corporate identity for “little crazy one“

    The concept of the corporate design is based on the brand name Petit Fou which translates as “little crazy one“. As well as the product, the brand is young, fun and charming. The custom made font adapts the 45° angles from the clutches base structure and provides many quirky details. The logo follows a 9 point grid along every format and offers playful application possibilities. Pleasant details are included, for example the “Thank you“: When the invoice is folded, it is the first thing to see when opening the envelope. The guiding thread is continued as far as the custom packaging, where the box is signed by each clutch artisan.

     

    art direction / design Daniela Gilsford

    client Petit Fou

    work concept, corporate identity, art direction, typography, packaging, exhibition design, final artwork

    production digital printing, laser cutting

    creative director Max Kuehne

    for Paperlux behance.net/paperlux

    *Text and images are from the creator's Behance account

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    12Jul
  • And its name Zenzine... a typographic zine by Elena Miska

    When I was asked by Adobe to participate in a three day Graphic Design live stream on AdobeLive.com, I decided it was the perfect opportunity to give my recent collages, doodles and art projects a home by designing a zine in which they could all live. Over the past year, I've created these works purely for my own creative enjoyment; as a way to get my hands dirty and clear my head at the same time, without the fear of trying to achieve perfection. With this concept in mind, Zenzine was born out of the desire to show these physical collages and paintings in an equally tactile but still unassuming form: a printed zine. 

    Over the course of the three day session, I designed a layout that highlighted the artwork, created a custom logo, and sprinkled in several typographic treatments whose phrases came from notes I'd jotted down over the past few months as things to do or remember.

    All three days of the live stream replay can be viewed on YouTube .

     

    Role Designer & Artist Elena Miska
    Project Zine / Personal Work

    *Text and images are from the creator's Behance account

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    11Jul