Independent Russian branding agency, Welovescience, loves science, common sense and good system solutions. Their recent branding project for Issma, a high-quality interior decoration and DIY goods store, captures all the intricate details that go into creating a unique and conceptual brand identity. We love how they presented the project to showcase their research, concept development, […]
Animated logo builds seem to be what’s happening lately, but hey…I’m not complaining. Below are some rad examples of what happens when you starting adding motion graphics and sound to your otherwise static logos. Flip Flop Interactive Logo Reveal from Fredrik Kasperi PLNT – Logo animation from Olle Engström Current TV logo animation from GRAPHIC HAVOC BMO […]
Bruce Mau, has created an amazing logo for UCCA a not-for-profit art center. The simple Sans Serif logo type is simple but it can be extended into a million different uses. I love how it can be used as a picture frame or broken up into posters. It especially makes a badass street side signage.
Found this amazing ambigram logo for Nik Old School. DEsigned by Igor Duibanov. A designer who lives and work in Moscow. We love how the logo can be expanded to include vital branding elements such as a Salami.
I found this identity to be really fun, playful and most importantly diverse. Well done Bruce Mau. OCAD University, Canada’s preeminent art and design school, had achieved degree-granting status and with that, a new name reflecting that status. They needed a new visual identity that would reflect the path of a 135 year old institution […]
A talented designer and illustrator from Vancouver.
It was 1969. The National Basketball Association was locked in a bitter battle against its upstart rival, the American Basketball Association. At stake: fans, players, media—and millions of dollars. The NBA turned to Alan Siegel, founder of Siegel+Gale. Seeking inspiration, Siegel poured through the photo archives of Sport magazine. A particular photo of the All-Star Jerry West grabbed his attention: […]
MIT Media Lab has a new malleable logotype created using an algorithm which can generate 40,000 logo shapes in 12 different color combinations. This translates to an estimated 25 years’ worth of personalized business cards. Pretty impressive identity and branding work by Brooklyn-based designers E Roon Kang and Richard The. MIT Media Lab Identity, 2011 […]
Packaging and identity design for independent tea company All About Tea created by Moving Brands. The circular dotted shape of the logo draws inspiration from a tea ball- quite clever indeed.
. London based agency Unreal created this corporate identity for co-operative supermarket The People’s Supermarket. A full corporate identity programme was created including a logo, stationary, advertising, packaging and brand guidelines. Bold typography, striking colours and a utilitarian design treatment makes for the perfect fit.