Logos come in all shapes and sizes. When designing a logo, one has to think of how it will look sans color and transfer over into black and white for printing. Negative space is very important, as is legibility. Color adds a whole new dimension, feel and emotional response. Designing a logo without these elements [...]
Brilliantly creative business card design from rethinkcanda for Credit Card Counseling Society. The half card design mimics a cut up credit card. It was created by reproducing a plastic credit card and then cutting it in half. The name of the client and telephone number were embossed on the business card in the same way [...]
The creative design team at Burlesque, a Minneapolis-based graphic design & full-service screenprinting studio, creates some awesome gig posters. Here are 12 samples of designs they have done for grammy-winning Arcade Fire, Pearl Jam, Flight of the Conchords, and MGMT to name a few. You can visit their website Burlesque Design to see more of their [...]
Poster artist extraordinaire, Todd Slater, has two new posters available, ‘1986’ and ‘1987’. Grab em’ while they’re hot, they always sell out. 1986 – Rainbow foil hologram paper 1987 – Rainbow foil hologram paper Available on Todd Slater’s website.
This simple yet to the point print ad for Lego from Miami Ad School Madrid, Spain sums up the famous building block toy perfectly. What the coolest thing you ever built with Legos? via
The guys (and gals) over at Wolff Olins a brand consultancy asked themselves “What makes a good team?” The following three poster designs is what they came up with. First in Wolff Olins series about Team Spirit.
A sample of 12 logos which uses a cluster of shapes to form a design.