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Kiss Miklos

Kiss Miklos

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Jennifer Long
Posted: Mar 7th 2012
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Kiss Miklos (what an awesome name) is a Hungarian designer specialising in branding. His work caught my eye a little while ago and I've been following his new work via Behance. I've included a selection of his typographic logos/identities. You can see how effective they are even in plain and simple black and white. Check out the rest of his work. You won't be disappointed....

Man vs Machine

Man vs Machine

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Amy Hannah
Posted: Feb 29th 2012
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I really love the simplicity of this More4 rebranding concept by London based design & motion studio, Man vs Machine. The repetition of the triangles and the contrast of vibrant colours makes it a strong and exciting design, although it was given real life when commissioned into 3D form through the use of mechanical 'flippers'. The end result is animated and stunning when set into the natural envi...
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Manual Creative

Manual Creative

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Jorja Gribble
Posted: Feb 27th 2012
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I love these guys because of their simple yet effective and striking designs. They use bright contrasting colours and this works so well for many of their branding, print and packaging products. The two designs I loved the most was their work for The Slanted Door and the Wo Hing general store. Both use such simple design elements but work so well to promote their client's products....
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Rocio Martinavarro

Rocio Martinavarro

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Tjade Bouma
Posted: Feb 18th 2012
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I love the work of graphic designer Rocio Martinavarro because of her good usage of repetition. I like her clean and simple style. She is based in Barcelona, where she founded her own studio specialized in the design of brand identities of any complexity and format....
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The Bravo Company

The Bravo Company

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Anthony J. Foti
Posted: Feb 23rd 2012
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Check out the branding skills from this studio: sharp rollout in various mediums & sleek design (simple & elegant but very effective). The company reproduces retro without a dated feel!...
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Toko

Toko

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Kevin Lee Yi
Posted: Feb 23rd 2012
No. of comments: 2

Toko is a design studio based in Sydney, Australia that creates passionate, meticulous and bright concepts. The images provided showcase just one example of their success at a relevant, fun and unique design....
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Yulia Brodskaya

Yulia Brodskaya

Category: Advertising, Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Sophie Lin
Posted: Feb 27th 2012
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You'll love Yulia's works the moment you see it. It's colourful, creative and amazing to look at! Her website is www.artyulia.com...
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Fabien Barrel

Fabien Barrel

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Amy Manning
Posted: Feb 20th 2012
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You have most probably seen the typographic work by Fabien Barrel who runs the blog site Graphic-exchange. Fabien is a freelance graphic designer who lives in France and has recently produced a beautiful Letterpress 2012 Calender which is certainly a design inspiration. Check out his site, you can also purchase a calender online to!...
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Mark Long

Mark Long

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Raymond Harvey
Posted: Feb 16th 2012
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I believe that any design work that can make me smile or laugh is a success, unless of course you are laughing at how poor the design is. These all made me smile. I like the way the right colours are used for the animals but have the same level of intensity, i think this ties the letters together strongly. A really cool, simple idea executed well. ...
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Yves Béhar

Yves Béhar

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Guillermo Carone
Posted: Feb 6th 2012
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I love how Yves Behar's presentation explaining that design is sometimes more about thinking than actually designing....
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