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  • Buenaventura's versatile and agile visual system unfolds in layers

    "Pedro Salmerón. A life among scaffolding. This is the way you can summarize Salmerón’s professional career" say design studio Buenaventura. "This reputed Spanish architect, specializing in historical heritage, commissioned us with the development of a new brand for his architecture practice.

    The challenge was an important one. It demanded a visual identity able to accommodating the several aspects and types of work while adapting, at the same time, to the different pieces in a harmonious and coherent way. Furthermore, it should maintain and support Pedro’s leading and relevant figure in its field.

    We created a complete yet flexible visual system with a clear aim: achieving a consistent, elegant and graphically rich brand.

    For this reason, we built up an identity based upon several layers or levels, getting away from traditional static representations. The conceptualization starts from the usual elements present in the rehabilitation and restoration tasks, such as classic typographic resources, colors and materials related to the architectural world or the structure of scaffolding always present in this type of jobs.

    The result is a versatile and agile visual identity, which represents the essence of the study as well as allows a useful system of classification of works, projects and investigations."

    Buenaventura, are a graphic design studio based in Granada (Southern Spain) with focus on visual identity, packaging and editorial design since 1995. They believe in simplicity, harmony and honesty in design to unveil the true essence of any product, concept or brand they may work with.

    See the full project here

    Photography credits: Estudio Pedro Salmerón

    *Text and images taken from Buenaventura estudio's Behance account 

     

     

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    07Sep
  • Presenting Quim Marin's stunning poster collection for YEAH!

    Strong type and clear geometry define Quim Marin's work! His visuals are here to impress and help us focus on the beauty of clean typography. Using shapes and colors to enhance the message of the letterforms, the Barcelona-based designer and art director is a man of our times and he is not very happy about what we are obliged to see all around us. “In such a visually polluted environment I try to come up with fresh and memorable designs with a clear aim at essential beauty and equilibrium that, at the same time, will ensure communicative effectiveness” is his only statement on his personal site which proves that he is here for a reason. As he examines the graphic design trends of today, Marin refines them with strong geometric elements and his ever a clean typographic approach.

    Check out the entire project here

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    06Sep
  • Cosi Times is a human, genuine and imperfect display font

    Cosi Times is celebrating my love towards Typography. For this, I led the process turn into a joyful exertion: reimagining beautiful, warm, gentle & serene memories full of sanity – and bringing them to life in form of a modern, sleek and clear shaped Typeface.

    What came out is a suprisingly workable, uppercase display Font – crafted and kerned without a precise System, making it human, genuine and imperfect. 

    152 Glyphs – One Love. Exclusively available on my Website: nikolaswrobel.com

    *Text and images taken from Nikolas Wrobel Behance account 

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    05Sep
  • Dia Studio's heavy typographic identity system for A-trak

    We have been collaborating with Alain Macklovitch, DJ and record producer known as A-trak, since early 2016. We first created a typographic identity system as the foundation for all design. We are then able to create a range of unique artwork for his varying assets working within a set of parameters. From the more minimal expression of the brand seen in the website and tour flyers to a maximal expression illustrated in album covers and live show visuals.

    See the full project here

    *Text and images taken from DIA Studio's Behance account 

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    04Sep
  • Violaine & Jeremy's identity for Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord

    Le Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord 17-18 season. Founded in 1876, the theatre had an erratic existence and seemed that it would never get off the ground. In 1974 Peter Brook took over and decided to rehabilitate the old building. It is now a fascinating place famous for the accessibility of its stage to the public. The parisian institution “le Théâtre des bouffes du nord” asked us to work on its identity for the 17-18 season. We realised the fonts, posters and programs. This year, we invited the talented illustrator Anna Kövecses.We created a timeless, elegant custom font:traviata

    See the full project here

    *Text and images taken from Violaine & Jeremy's Behance account 

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    04Sep