Thursday, 30 July 2015

Project Love: Davana

Loving this bright, fun and really gorgeous identity for Davana, designed by Firmalt. Davana is an online gift-giving business based in Monterrey, Mexico with the primary goal of making special occasions, unforgettable. I love the use of hexagons and the jagged alignment of the text, as well as the bold colour choices used throughout.

Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Project Love: INTGRS

Beautiful typographic exploration for fashion brand Cluny McCullagh, by Dylan McDonough.
INTGRS, is a tool kit which, using the language, objects and images of fashion facilitates the embodied practice of design. From the layout of the text to the ambiguity of the objects the user is asked to physically engage their body at every possibly ‘reading’ or experience of the kit. Shapes reminiscent of garments are included subtly as starting points of use but ultimately there is no right or wrong way to experience INTGRS.

Monday, 27 July 2015

Judith Anna Rüther

Beautiful editorial and typographic work from Judith Anna Rüther, showing lovely colour palettes and playful experiments with graphic shapes.

Friday, 24 July 2015

Project Love: Mister Alphabet

Mister Alphabet™ is a figurine designed to bend into every letter of the alphabet. He was created to bring the alphabet to life through innovative interplay of figuration and letter formation, uniting adults with children and design with education. Based in Los Angeles, Mister Alphabet is proudly made in the USA.

Mister Alphabet and his parents, Marshall & Haley Roemen are currently trying to get kickstarter backing for the project, so go check out the site, and the kickstarter campaign!


 
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