Aspect Photography Logo

For Shane O’Neill, photography is as much a pleasure as it is a business. From weddings and portraits to commercial and media, his work covers a broad spectrum of fields and genres. Being a graduate of Ireland’s Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT), Shane is also appreciative of the importance of good […]
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Medicine Branding

Lili Koves is a young graphic design student from Budapest in Hungary (though she’s currently busy completing an academic term abroad in Finland). This medical-themed project was is in fact a college assignment, where Lili was tasked to come up with a branding and packaging proposal for a total of three different medications. Lili’s objective […]
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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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ŠKODA Rolls Out New Logo and Typeface

In keeping with its corporate design as revised in 2011, Czech carmaker ŠKODA is changing existing model lines over to its new logo. The first model to feature the revised logo has been the new ŠKODA Citigo. The ŠKODA Rapid compact saloon, introduced in autumn of 2012, also bears the new logo. The Fabia and […]
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Personal ID: Neelakandan Wildlife Photography

Neelakandan Madavana hails from Kerala in India. He is an entirely self-taught graphic designer who has a passion for wildlife photography and user interface design. These two passions, collectively, have become his vocational endeavour. Neelakandan therefore set out to design a logo that could be used in his photography work as a watermark and also […]
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Branding: ZEN TEA

Just yesterday we posted a feature on designer Jann de Vries’ tea associated branding project. The latter was truly an exercise in minimalism, with a definite Teutonic edge to the design. So today we thought we would follow that up with this recent submission we received from Polish designer Konrad Sybilski. Konrad has also adopted […]
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