diary-of-design:

Garage N. 06 by Meiré und Meiré

visualgraphc:

Intercultural Communication

visualgraphc:

Intercultural Communication

visualgraphc:

The Weekender

visualgraphc:

The Weekender

diary-of-design:

Mirko Borsche

thedsgnblog:

Javas Lehn Studio   |   http://javaslehnstudio.com 

"We partnered with a new cold-pressed juice concept in Brooklyn to create a new brand from the ground up. We started by developing a brand idea to convey the ethos that made their juice special: less is more. Inspired by this contradiction we named the brand Tiny Empire, alluding to the idea of something as simple as small-batch juice powering New Yorkers to do big things. With that as our platform, we went to work expressing that idea at every consumer touchpoint—from identity and visual system to retail and online presence."

Javas Lehn Studio is a multidisciplinary design practice based in New York City. We work with a diverse range of clients across the arts, fashion and lifestyle sectors. For each, we employ a bespoke design process with a focus on collaboration and craft, merging traditional design practice with innovative visual and collaborative tools. We work across the latitudes of refinement and innovation to discover and create solutions of distinction.

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jvnk:

Branch Creative

Branding by Noeeko and Michal Sycz

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visualgraphc:

Sean McCabe, United States

hoploid:

LINK/// For more VISUAL INSPIRATION in illustration, graphic design, packaging, art and a lot more … just follow HOPLOID ON TUMBLR
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typographie:

Top posts of 2013: August. 

(Source: behance.net, via designaemporter)

flatstudio:

Full Idiomas

Full Idiomas by Tatabi Studio reflects the youth life style, breaking with the classic image of the language schools and agencies. A modern, fresh, urban, grunge style define the personally of Full Idiomas, with colorful text, people having fun in the photographies, and handwriting text.