Verena Hennig is a German designer who started her career at Sagmeister Inc., and is now the founder and creative director of Studio Verena Hennig.
The studio specializes in industrial design, installations, print, digital, film, and has done work for brands such as Mini/BMW, Vitra, and New Museum Nbg.
I personally love her poster series for Bar Loft.
Wonderful identity design by Atlas for the Barcelona Design Museum. You can see more of Atlas’ excellent work on Facebook and Instagram.
StudioSmall is a London-based agency that produced this lovely work for fashion brand, Margaret Howell. The work includes strategy, branding, digital, print, and environmental.
Spin has recently design this new identity for The University for the Creative Arts in England, that is based on the simple stencil. The identity will be applied to stationery, website, print, motion graphics, signage, and environmental graphics.
Hey folks, I’ve been out of town for the last few weeks, which is why it’s been quiet around here. But I’m back and the posts will be back on a regular schedule.
Timeless: Massimo Vignelli is an exhibition curated by design studio Husmee, and Beatriz Cifuentes and Yoshiki Waterhouse, that honors the work of Massimo Vignelli. It’s open now until April 18, 2015 at the Okendo Cultural Centre in San Sebastián, Spain.
The exhibition includes original work from Vignelli and a series of posters designed by a select group of designers and design studios, that include Atlas, Toko, BVD, Hey Studio, Mash Creative, and Spin.
The lovely poster above was designed by Mash Creative.