Logo for a Designer Hotel: Sleepbox

Sleepbox is a sleeping cabin devised and developed by Russian architecture studio, Arch Group. Being both modular and mobile, the micro sleeping quarters are ideally suited for highly condensed urban environments; the architects envisage Sleepboxes being installed in airports, railway stations and even shopping centres. As a concept demonstration, Arch Group recently integrated a whole […]
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Self-Branding: Jørgen Grotdal

Jørgen Grotdal is an aspiring logo designer from Trondheim in Norway – and, get this, he is just sixteen years of age. Yes, you read that right. But even at this young age, Jørgen is already busy designing both for himself and other clients. In point of fact, this personal logomark is a reworking of a […]
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TBWA Worldwide Recruited to Help Relaunch Datsun Brand

Nissan has appointed global advertising agency TBWA Worldwide to manage and usher in the relaunch of Datsun. “Datsun” was the name of the Japanese brand that was marketed worldwide from the early years of Nissan throughout the company’s rapid growth in the early 1970s and its globalization in the 1980s. The Datsun brand was phased out […]
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Trivalent Brand Identity

Nina Georgieva is a graphic design practitioner from Skopje in the Republic of Macedonia. Like most other designers, Nina often engages in self-directed work as a way of honing her craft. ‘Trivalent’ is one such fictional concept project that she conceived as a personal design exercise not too long ago. Central to the design is a […]
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Logo for an Interior Designer: Neus Ortiz

Barcelona-based designer Gerard Marin has come up with an elaborate logo design for Spanish interior designer Neus Ortiz. Gerard has in particular focused his attention on the letter “N”, articulating it with a geometric 3D form. And seemingly not content with merely a static version, he has also devised a fully animated variant for use […]
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SEAT Unveils New Logo in Paris

SEAT has officially unveiled its new logo at the 2012 Paris Motor Show this morning, alongside the introduction of the all-new Leon. The new corporate identity marks the beginning of a new era for SEAT, and comes as the company attempts a new product offensive that has included the premieres of the Mii city car […]
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