The branding design project for Brewful Life Craft Beer, which is one of my most recent projects, is finalized. I am kinda happy with how it looks like now. And for sure, it is gonna be a rock star among craft beer companies, and its slogan “Brew you mind !” is insanely sweet.
While working in their garage in 1977, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak asked Rob Janoff, who had studied design, to create a logo for their first Apple products. When Janoff went to Jobs with final sketches, everything went very smoothly, and the bitten apple has been the symbol of the brand ever since.
The 1977 “rainbow” version of the Apple mark
Just came across W hotel’s website, the design impressed me a lot.
The symbol for CND (Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament) was designed in 1958 by the late British designer Gerald Holtom (1914-1985).
The first CND badge, made using white clay and black paint
Pixelephant is a digital creative agency from Budapest, Hungary, with a minimalist mindset. I was fascinated by their showreel below
As a graphic designer, I’m sometimes asked to ‘promise’ an urgent deadline as well as providing a logo design the client loves: Don’t Promise Deadlines.
Somethings one can promise; other things, however, would be foolish and irresponsible to promise.
When a client asks me to promise, guarantee, or even stipulate in the contract, that the project will be completed by a certain date, I absolutely refuse to make this promise. Not because I’m being awkward; because I simply cannot keep that promise.
Designed to serve as a creative infrastructure enabling collaborations with over 40,000 users on its loftwork.com and OpenCU platforms, Loftwork Inc. is a new-style creative agency dedicated to providing a wide array of creative services and opportunities for creative collaboration, as well as a myriad of creative solutions including website production, digital content development, and visual and print advertising services. Loftwork Inc. also founded FabCafe, one of the key drivers in Japan’s maker movement.
enhanced.inc works with Loftwork Inc. for their brand identity development and art direction.
Download Free Fonts and Specimens of Digital Typefaces by The Pyte Foundry
Where can I download free fonts and typefaces? Well, The Pyte Foundry is an interesting, and useful, typographic resource to add to your collection if you like collecting free fonts and typefaces.
You’ll no doubt notice that they use ‘alternative’ spellings on their website, such as: Pyte for Type, Gidital Typefaces for Gigital Typefaces, Fount for Font, Pytographic for Typographic… etc.
Contributed by Russell Holmes of London-based ico.