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The Clocksmiths

The Clocksmiths

The Clocksmiths

The Clocksmiths

The Clock­smiths is an Ital­ian design stu­dio con­sist­ing of design­ers Giu­ditta Bru­sadelli and Augusto Arduini. They spe­cial­ize in com­mu­ni­ca­tion and brand­ing design and have com­piled an impres­sive col­lec­tion of work. My per­sonal favorite is the work they did for themselves.

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Norway Passport

Neue Norwegian Passport

Neue Norwegian Passport

Neue Norwegian Passport

Oslo based stu­dio, Neue, has been awarded the task of redesign­ing the Nor­we­gian pass­port. I’m not sure if these designs are final, or if it’s just con­cept, but they’re won­der­ful. More gov­ern­ments should embrace great design like this, espe­cially the US.

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Mark Tessier Landscape Architecture Branding

Mark Tessier Landscape Architecture

Mark Tessier Landscape Architecture

Mark Tessier Landscape Architecture

Mark Tessier Landscape Architecture

Mark Bloom and Paul Hutchin­son col­lab­o­rated on this beau­ti­ful iden­tity, book and web­site for Mark Tessier Land­scape Archi­tec­ture.

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Toko: PTW Architects

Toko PTW Architects

Toko PTW Architects

Toko PTW Architects

Toko PTW Architects

Beau­ti­ful work by Toko for PTW Archi­tects to cel­e­brate their 125th anniver­sary. Toko designed a tem­po­rary iden­tity and 9 bilin­gual books show­cas­ing the firms work.

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Manuals 2: Design & Identity Guidelines

Manuals 2

Manuals 2

Manuals 2

Manuals 2

After the suc­cess of Man­u­als 1, Unit Edi­tions has just announced Man­u­als 2, which fea­tures graphic stan­dards and cor­po­rate iden­tity man­u­als for IBM, West­ing­house, Cana­dian Rail, Bell, Knoll, PTT, Mon­treal Olympics, Dutch Police and more. These man­u­als were designed by some of the mas­ters: Georges Huel, Paul Rand, Allan Flem­ing, Total Design, Mas­simo and Lella Vignelli, Alan Fletcher, Otl Aicher and more.

Man­u­als 2 will also fea­ture my copy of the graph­ics man­ual for the 1976 Mon­tréal Olympics. Pretty excited that a piece of my col­lec­tion is included.

The book includes essays, inter­views and a for­ward by Lance Wyman, designer of the 1968 Mex­ico Olympic games.

Hard­back with High Gloss Wrap
260 x 310mm
432 pages

You can pre-order a copy now.

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Cartlidge Levene

Cartlidge Levene

Cartlidge Levene

Cartlidge Levene

Cartlidge Levene

A lot of great work from Lon­don based design stu­dio, Cartlidge Lev­ene.

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City Sense Platform Branding

City Sense Platform

City Sense Platform

City Sense Platform

I really love the color palette and the over­lay­ing of ele­ments in this brand­ing design by Irene Shkarovska.

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DIA

DIA

DIA

DIA

A stel­lar col­lec­tion of work from DIA, a New York City based strate­gic brand con­sul­tancy, design stu­dio and pro­duc­tion company.

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Poplavok

Poplavok

Poplavok

Poplavok

Poplavok

Beau­ti­ful brand­ing work by Ira Smo­likova for a restau­rant named Poplavok.

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P.A.R

P.A.R.

P.A.R.

P.A.R.

P.A.R.

P.A.R is a design stu­dio based in Barcelona made up of Iris Tar­raga & Lucía Cas­tro. I love their work, and their aes­thetic. I really really love the brand­ing work they did for the Insti­tuto Lati­noamer­i­cano de Estu­dios Uni­ver­si­tar­ios a Dis­tan­cia. So perfect.

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Ibán Ramón + Dídac Ballester

Iban Ramon + Didac Ballester

Iban Ramon + Didac Ballester

Iban Ramon + Didac Ballester

Iban Ramon + Didac Ballester

Spain based Ibán Ramón + Dídac Ballester has a great port­fo­lio of sim­ple, ele­gant work.

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RTL Nieuws Redesign

RTL Nieuws is The Nether­lands’ lead­ing com­mer­cial news net­work, and it recently received a redesign by Mark Porter Asso­ciates, Smörgås­bord stu­dio, and John Beck­ers, with on-air visu­als by Uni­ver­sal Every­thing.

The redesign touches every aspect of the orga­ni­za­tion, from their dig­i­tal plat­forms to the audio sound­track. Over­all, it’s really well done. The brand­ing is very min­i­mal and uses bold typog­ra­phy, iconog­ra­phy and col­ors to tell the story. The type­face used in the redesign is a cus­tomer ver­sion of Grafik by Com­mer­i­cal Type. The sim­ple aes­thetic really shines on live broad­casts where you don’t get dis­tracted with a ton of visual info. The focus remains on the pre­sen­ters and the infor­ma­tion being communicated.

The excel­lent case study video above does a great job of show­ing off the new identity.