Branding Design for Type Foundry, ‘Calderón Estudio’

Calderón Type Foundy Studio was established by graphic designer Felipe Calderón back in 2010. A graduate from Colombia’s Fundación Academia Dibujo Profesional, and a resident of Santiago de Cali, Felipe currently specialises in the fields of calligraphy and illustration. His typographical work has previously been selected to be part of Tipos Latinos, a major biennial […]
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Logo Design for a Martial Arts Club: Capoeira Hangzhou

Visual artist and designer Andrey Danilov has created this identity for a capoeira club in Hangzhou, China. Andrey initially spent a couple of days sketching out capoeira movements, hoping to isolate a particular technique that could be used to visually symbolise what is a very expressive martial art form. Key for Andrey was communicating the […]
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Personal Identity Design: Lucas Young

Lucas Young is a 19 year old graphic designer who is passionate about all things print and typography. Currently a student in Toronto, Ontario (Canada), Lucas has already started developing his own individual aesthetic imprint. His personal logo-mark may be regarded as being somewhat experimental and evolving at this stage, in that it consists of […]
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Logotype Design for Italian Composer, Gaetano Donizetti

Domenico Gaetano Maria Donizetti (d. 1848) was an Italian composer from Bergamo, Lombardy. Graphic designer Jee Sook Kim conceived this logotype proposal for the famous composer as part of a college class she undertook at California’s famed Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. The class was actually taught and led by renowned American typeface […]
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Fashion Branding: Ghost Clothing

Ghost is a relatively new Chilean clothing label that designs and makes urban fashion wear for skaters, hipsters and the like. To help remake and develop its identity, the fashion brand turned to fellow Chilean, Nicolás Rojas León. Though currently based in Argentina (Buenos Aires), digital artist Nicolás has over the years developed his own […]
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Confectionery Branding: Al Sultan Sweets

Al Sultan is a confectionery brand in Saudi Arabia that makes and sells sweet confections such as halwa. The company recently commissioned Bahrainian creative agency Skrill to develop its new identity. The designers set out to combine Arabic typography with some of the images typically associated with the word “sultan”; the latter being a type […]
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Middle East Banking: Al Mal Capital

Al Mal Capital is a Middle East investment consultancy firm, licensed and regulated by the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates and headquartered in Dubai. The business moniker is a derivative of the Arabic term “Bayt al-Māl”, which literally translates to “House of Money” or “House of Wealth”. The latter was a key financial […]
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