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Chopsticks by Nendo

Chopsticks by Nendo

Category: Design / Packaging, Designers/Studios, Products,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Feb 9th 2014
No. of comments: 0

Why weren't chopsticks designed like this from the very beginning!? No more pesky splinters trying to snap them evenly in two. Nendo always design simply and beautifully, and their series of chopsticks are no different.  ...

BBDO Düsseldorf, Germany

BBDO Düsseldorf, Germany

Category: Advertising, Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Moshe Bienenfeld
Posted: Feb 4th 2014
No. of comments: 1

In such a simple, sleek and clever manner, they were able to create a way to: pay respect to one of the greatest musicians to ever live, show the detail of a shave and see whats hidden. Their work is simple yet very effective....
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Jessica Decker

Jessica Decker

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Ai Van
Posted: Jan 25th 2014
No. of comments: 0

I am inspired by the work of Art Director Jessica Decker. She uses various graphic elements such as vintage fabric, hand-drawn type, cute animals, and fancy faux bois. She’s especially fond of bright hues and old-school signage. In this cover, she plays with the display of utensils to guide the reading of her text. The columns are placed elegantly and the hierarchy is also marked by the differe...
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Gonzalo Nogues

Gonzalo Nogues

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Nicole
Posted: Jan 27th 2014
No. of comments: 0

I really enjoyed this magazine layout. I think the use of repetition through color and the geometrical shapes tie the pages together really well. It is also a great example of typographic hierarchy. This design was done by Gonzalo Nogues from Argentina for the Revista Dale Magazine....
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Andrew Colin Beck

Andrew Colin Beck

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Cari Sekendur
Posted: Jan 31st 2014
No. of comments: 0

I love this layout design from Andrew Colin Beck because of how he turns type into beautiful graphic elements and His mix of serif and sans serif typefaces convey a nice balance and hierarchy. ...
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Hvass & Hannibal

Hvass & Hannibal

Category: Colour, Design / Branding/Identity, Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Ali
Posted: Jan 20th 2014
No. of comments: 0

Copenhagen studio Hvass&Hannibal have some illustration work which will surely brighten up your Monday! This branding project was for the children's section of Copenhagen's central library. The colourful identity is made up of lots of various shapes inviting the young ones to create patterns and characters. The multi-disciplinary studio have a whole bunch of exciting p...

Jon Contino

Jon Contino

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Jan 2nd 2014
No. of comments: 1

Really lovely hand-styled design work from NYC-based designer & artist Jon Contino. ...

Anagrama

Anagrama

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Jan 2nd 2014
No. of comments: 0

OK, still on the topic of HOT design to start the new year — Anagrama have earned a few mentions on our blog previously, but it's definitely not overkill to point you guys to them again. Simply gorgeous work from these Monterrey- and Mexico City-based designers. And it helps to be in such a ...

Maud

Maud

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Jan 2nd 2014
No. of comments: 0

What better way to start the new year than to spend a bit of time checking out some of the sexiest design work on the web? A nice way to inspire and motivate at the start of what should be another massive year! Sydney-based Maud have produced some of my favourite design work in recent times. I'm particularly in love with everyt...

Essentials

Essentials

Category: Designers/Studios, Photography, Web / Design,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Dec 17th 2013
No. of comments: 0

I'm such a snoop. I love looking at what other people have in their kitchens, bathrooms, bags! And now there's a site to celebrate our desire for snooping - Essentials. It's a promotion for backpack seller Mijlo. Beautifully done, and responsive too, with gorgeous st...