If anyone who knows where to find such a thing, please let me know. I present you the PINK BULB with its’ mid-century modern designed package.
Foreign Policy Design is the creative group behind this nicely done branding project. The group’s branding efforts focused on the concept of duality in Shanghai. On one side of the bund there are historic art deco buildings and on the other side more modern. From there the design had the ability to become a reversible concept.
Another part of the identity pays tribute to the Waterhouse as a former warehouse. The graphic elements of the identity were squares to mimic the stacking and storage of cargo and goods. This helped the identity become globally and internationally appealing.
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I really liked this. It just looks like the German manual of Something (I can’t remember what it is) that I’ve discovered in one of my drawers while I was packing up in Vienna to go back to Istanbul. I am still keeping that piece of hardcore German manual (It was a really good example of strict German Design), if I can find it in huge mess of my documents, I’ll post here.
And then a little explanation about this great work and the designer;
Mikael Floysand completed this project for the Deichmanske Library as a final exam while at Westerdals School of Communication. The project included identity, promotional and editorial design.
The library’s goal is to become one of the most modern and functional libraries in Europe by combining the old library tradition with new digital media advancements. It will also function as a cultural institution, housing concerts, a café/bar, lectures & debates. The identity focuses on the many sides of the institution by building a brand that constantly evolves rather than being static, just as the library itself is supposed to.
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These album covers are from a collection scanned and archived by Jive Time Records, a Seattle based store specializing in used vinyl. The fact that designers could get away with such simple designs just blows me away. It seems to me that it’s getting harder and harder to get away with designing so simply.
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He is more than anyone; but he wants to marry Alexa Chung!
Gurkan Bey presents.
Looking for fresh fonts? Have a look at this.
Such like adolescent designers, yes i will present it; yes it is.
not interested in the subject, yet only the object.
“A dangerous criminal gang is riding the net. They act in the dark, exploring the most sinister places, in search for the bloody heart of talent and creativity. Their favourite victims are banality, conformism, lack of humor and good will at any cost. Killing Bambi is a good metaphor for their mission. They are unarmed, actually, but they can still hurt.
So be careful…”
Their mission fits you? Then click; whokilledbambi.
From 2 to 5. Miss You.
for dozens of projects consisting of the subjects, interactive design, activism, sex, architecture, photography and many more; we make money not art
I collected the photos of some various projects, to see more, visit the site.
I could be considered as a lunatic who carried this book all the way from Berlin to Istanbul. When I came here, I noticed that the book consists of really good layout examples for graphic designers. I highly recommend.
The Layout Look Bok by Max Weber; Collins Design
if you do not have an official web site that presents your portfolio, or such as ipek and me, if you own a site but have not designed it yet (urbanrabbithole), it is really hard to find an online portfolio site which you think will satisfy your needs. i’ve been looking for the most efficient site all over the web, since I am so bad at surfing on the net it was an awful experience for me.
anyway, I succeeded in my mission; come this way: dripbook
be careful when you apply because it is like an exam since you can not just apply and have an account, they let you in if you’re enough sufficient according to their criterias; moreover, as soon as you get in, you understand that you have to pay for them to publish your portfolio. anyway, I have not uploaded anything yet but there it comes; my online portfolio.
as a bunch of people who are gradually forced to see, examine and experience dozens of “emo” phrases and so-called intense declarations via internet, let’s point out something “real intense”.
thanks Barbara Kruger.
thank you Antoine Roquentin.
my internet personas are going to kill me someday.