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  • 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
  • Visual Identity and Branding for A44 by Molto Bureau

    A44 – is a young and progressive Ukrainian studio founded in 2015 that is dealing with architecture and interior design.

    Our goal was to create the visual identity of the brand A44. It should show the main features of the studio – laconic solutions, creation and implementation of projects in complex. The guys are real detail lovers who successfully combine esthetics and comfort.

    We have created a logo, of which each symbol  has a similar frame. There is also a short version of the logo where symbols play with each other and are inherent parts of one structure. Typography got the character and plasticity of metal that is widely used in interior design. 

    Inspired by typical materials such as concrete, metal and stone we have created the color gamma of the brand that emphasizes simplicity and completeness of the logo.

    Designed by Molto Bureau and Andriy Muzichka.

    *Text and images are from the creators' Behance accounts

     

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    10Jul
  • Kraków AFA, Graphic Arts' Department Exhibition Identity

     

    This is the visual identification of the annual exhibition of the Graphic Arts Department at the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow. Its specificity is a diversity, which consists of many studios and a lot of concepts about art. Each offers a wide spectrum of expressions – through traditional graphic, drawing and painting techniques, to interdisciplinary and design studios.​​​​​​​

    The work was divided into two stages – design and workshop. The first part was to create a typographic layer bearing a clear message, while at the same time encouraging interference. Then, posters have been distributed to students who have taken them over with their art.
    In this way, 80 unique posters were created which could then be found in urban space – in drawing and painting techniques, but also copper, lithography, woodcut, screen printing and animation.

     

    Concept & Design – Gabriela Basta, Karolina Biskup, Olga Szopa, Monika Szydłowska
    Coordination – Lettering and Typography Studio (Paweł Krzywdziak, Wojciech Regulski, Aleksandra Toborowicz,), Advertising Studio (Jakub Sowiński)

    *Text and images are from the creators' Behance accounts
     

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    07Jul
  • Bartosova’s empowering graphic evolution will make your day

    Slovakian graphic designer and art director, Kristina Bartosova is not afraid to explore her own personality through her work. “She embeds a confident consideration of personality into her creations, resulting in the powerful aesthetic which continuously informs her impressive body of work” reports People of Print on her portfolio of work. From the interesting visual identity of Buna which was inspired by aerial shots of coffee plantations that show the systematic formation the rows coffee plants form and thanks to Bartosova is transformed into a typographic pattern that can be seen inside the letters in the logo to her almost transparent branding of Fell Salon, Bartosova calm typographic adventures soothe our soul.

    Check more of her portfolio here.

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    08Sep
  • Alan Kitching, Sawdust and more celebrate Johnston's iconic typeface

    Created with 11 UK design agencies and talents, the posters celebrate the 100th anniversary of London Underground’s Edward Johnston Sans typeface, an iconic London letterform on its own.

    “Johnston’s typeface is iconic for everybody who lives in or visits London, however many may not know that he was also the creator of the early fabrics that now give each line their distinct personality. Using printed woodblock letters from the Johnston typeface to create patterns based on the weaves of the underground seats, our poster aims to communicate the hustle bustle of London and the constant presence of Johnston in our everyday journeys” says Studio ThomasMatthews of its design.

    “The rationale for the design is simply to combine Johnston’s lettering but using a shadow to give a 3D effect, with the colours used for all the tube lines from Beck’s Underground map,” adds Alan Kitching of his contribution.
    Part of ‘Transported by Design’, a range of projects and activities showcasing the link between transport and good design the poster campaign is brilliant with the creations ours to own.

    You can buy them online here - or at TfL’s Johnston Pop Up Shop in the Additions exhibition at Clerkenwell Design Week (24-26 May) or to ‘The Language of London’ exhibition at KK Outlet alongside Clerkenwell Design Week (16-28 May).

    The posters will be up in the Underground in June.

    Read more on the celebration of Johnston’s famous London Underground typeface here.

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    Studio Parallel
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    SEA
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    The Beautiful Meme
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    Build
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    Sawdust
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    19May