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Hey Ho Let’s Go - Church of Type

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MM Identity Lab   |   http://mmidentitylab.com

"Here at the lab, we design and coordinate an annual direct mail campaign to promote brand awareness, bring together the creative community, and cultivate potential business relationships in good chemistry. We realized that there is a direct correlation with the seasons of the year and a deck of cards, and set forth to create a calendar that could double as a deck of playing cards. "

We shape brand DNA through good chemistry. With our rare amalgam of inspiration and discipline, we build brands that work harder, look better, and live longer. Our diverse backgrounds form a unique composition of talent that has shaped brand identities, strategies, and marketing plans for start-ups, emerging market and mid-sized companies, and corporate veterans.

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trendgraphy:

Logos from the Great Outdoors.

Logos from the Great Outdoors. Inspired by nature

Edit the text with your own copy and boom you have your own vintage outdoor logo.

Get it here: http://crtv.mk/sTUK

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I love packaging!

I love packaging!

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type-lover:

Yourstruly Cafe Mural
by Justin Poulter 

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knativeco:

Soo Handsome…—Knative CoWebsite | Twitter | Tumblr

knativeco:

Soo Handsome…


Knative Co
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Robot Food   |   http://robot-food.com

Robot Food arrived at the peak of the global financial crisis. Five years later, we’re toasting success with our very own anniversary rum. To celebrate these five fantastic years, we’ve had special rum bottled, in a limited edition of fifty. It’s aged five years in oak barrels, with a label that speaks of ‘a depth and complexity far beyond its years’. Each bottle has been hand numbered and finished with a branded wax seal.”

Robot Food was started in a dining room in Harrogate, in January 2009, by Mike & Simon who met and became friends while studying art & design at college. We would love to say that we refined our model while learning from our employer, taking a wage – that we broke away, bringing clients with us on our journey, but we didn’t. We had a vision, developed creative concepts and PR’d them as if they were real, gaining exposure in major international design press. We then hit the phones and sent out branded promo. Many of our clients today became aware of us back then and have watched our growing determination for success.

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Stephanie Passul   |   http://stephaniepassul.de

"Colour is able to inspire and surprise. The work of the Jewellery and Product designer Vera Aldejohann is mainly based on her love to colours, which she use as most formative element in her projects. For her portfolio were seventeen small books designed, each contains one of her projects. Every book is supplemented by two different covers, which are based on the colour palette of the designers work. Through a flexible system of clips is it possible to mix and change the covers for every presentation of the portfolio. In this way the covers work not only as protection for the white books, but also as a tool for the inspiration of the designer."

Stephanie Passul is a Graphic Designer focused on Editorial Design, Typography and Art Direction. Her work includes print media, like magazines, books and posters and also visual identity’s, websites and installations. Her work is always content-related and based on a conceptional approach and a clear and bold visual language.

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hoboway:

The Psychology of Colour -

A Guide for Designers.

Always reblog the psychology of colors

Shit is always handy yo

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