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Socio Design

Socio Design

Socio Design

Socio Design

Socio Design

Socio Design

Here is another small design stu­dio based out of Lon­don, that’s pro­duc­ing amaz­ing work. Socio’s work is sim­ply stun­ning. Not a sin­gle piece is sub­par, and the level of detail that went into every project is astonishing.

This is the kind of work that you look at and makes you think “man, I suck!”. It def­i­nitely made me feel that way, dammit! But that’s a good thing. I think every once in awhile we all need some­one or some­thing to let us think that we suck. It motivates.

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New Site: Mash Creative

Mash Creative Kickstart

Mash Creative Kickstart

Mash Creative Kickstart

Mash Creative Kickstart

Mash Cre­ative just launched a spiffy new site with a bunch of new work. I love the brand iden­tity for Kick­start. Mark never dissapoints.

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Joakim Jansson

Joakim Jansson

Joakim Jansson

I love this iden­tity for The Oslo Water Dis­trict by Swedish designer Joakim Jans­son.

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Triboro Design

Triboro Design

Triboro Design

Triboro Design

A lot of great work com­ing out of NYC based Tri­boro Design.

Pierre Bayle Foundation Identity

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Almost Mod­ern was com­mis­sioned by The Pierre Bayle Foun­da­tion to design a new iden­tity sys­tem. They’re still work­ing on it, but what they’ve done so far looks fan­tas­tic. Be sure to look at AM’s full port­fo­lio. Their work is excellent.

BVD: 7-Eleven

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BVD recently updated their site with some great new work, one of which is this beau­ti­ful 7-Eleven brand­ing. Unfor­tu­nately for us US folks, it looks like it’s just for the Euro­pean mar­ket. We have to set­tle for this crap.

Bedow

Bedow askeroths

I love this cor­po­rate iden­tity and sta­tionery by Bedow for Askeroths trap­por och räcken, a small Swedish man­u­fac­turer spe­cial­iz­ing in cus­tom built stairs and railings.

Studio 2br

Studio 2br

Incred­i­ble work from Stu­dio 2br.

Polaroid Branding

Polaroid Branding

In 1958, Polaroid hired graphic designer Paul Giambarba to help them develop a new visual brand that would sep­a­rate them from Kodak. What Paul designed was a sim­ple, beau­ti­ful and unique visual lan­guage. At its core was a color bar sys­tem and sans-serif type­face that is still rec­og­niz­able today. The type­face used in the brand­ing is News Gothic, by Mor­ris Fuller Ben­ton.

To my enjoy­ment, Paul has blog where he’s writ­ten about the brand­ing and gives a lit­tle insight on what went into devel­op­ing this brand. This info is pure gold, and hope­fully it remains avail­able for a long time.

Coast

Coast Design

Very nice work from Bel­gium based agency, Coast. Espe­cially this brand­ing for Alixx.

Bauhaus Dessau Foundation Identity

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Beau­ti­ful iden­tity sys­tem by Hort for the Bauhaus Dessau Foun­da­tion. I love the use of Courier and how stripped down the over­all look is. Feels very tech­ni­cal. Hort inten­tion­ally avoided the visual ele­ments that we think of when we hear Bauhaus. Hort explains:

…we decided to search for a solu­tion that would relate more to the orig­i­nal ideas of Germany’s most influ­en­tial Mod­ernist school instead of rely­ing on the visual clichés con­nected to Bauhaus — it seems almost impos­si­ble to use cir­cle, square and tri­an­gle nowa­days with­out it com­ing across as ironic or historicist.