A brand with no product
Designing something without a product or client? Seems wrong to me but what do you think?
We saw this the other day and not only loved the design and branding but thought the concept was really funky. A bakery for dogs.
We look at some famous global brands and what they would look like in Arabic.
As a rule of thumb we believe that less is more. Some of the best logos are the most obvious. Here is a collection of some of the best literal logos (according to us).
A complete redesign of Haute Ecole de Musique Lausanne (or HEMU) visual profile was done, exploring colors, fonts and photography.
A step back in time to the glamorous 40’s, 50’s and 60’s shopping experience. A retro Tesco supermarket is displayed at The Goodwood Revival 2011.
We are excited about the potential new look London Bus. A tribute to the old school bus from days gone. Depending on how the public react and passenger feedback, the design will then be rolled out across the capital.
We are loving the latest ‘Rare Prints’ design for Ray Ban glasses that use amazing retro illustrations and bold graphics.
First ever human rights logo
The first ever world recognized logo for Human Rights logo was unveiled this week and will be a free resource for everyone across the globe. Submissions were welcomed from around the world in a bid to make it a global project.