I ran across this last week and it immediately got a post to our Facebook account, after playing around with it for a week, I really think it deserves a post on the ol’ blog. With Phrase, it’s a breeze to make killer, meaningful circular patterns by just copy and pasting a phrase (also good for […]
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Just ran across this site and thought it was awesome. Lettering vs Calligraphy is an ongoing project by Giuseppe Salerno and Martina Flor consisting of a visual dialogue between a letterer and a calligrapher, where they draw/write a letter responding to a keyword given by a moderator. The adventure aims to explore the capabilities of the two technical […]
I was scavenging the web yesterday for new info/tools for responsive web design and came across this awesome article on Paravel’s website digging deep into their redesign of the new responsive design for Microsoft‘s homepage. If you haven’t seen this or the article by Nishant Kothary it’s definitely worth a read.
The Sutturah typeface, was among the Typographica’s Best of 2012, it was awarded in the prestigious TDC2 2012 competition, and won the second prize in the Display typeface category at Granshan 2012 competition, with the first prize not awarded (WTF!) and Retiro designed by Jean Francois Porchez placing third.
I just came a cross this re-brand / logo / identity design for the one and only Calvin Harris… As I normally say, the simpler the better when it comes to logotypes, I think Paul Hutchinson out of LA (USA) did a superb job! The new logo and identity design was commissioned though Vincent Haycock […]
I saw this the other day and thought to myself, “It’s about time!” The old Humana logo was just too too dated, especially for the insurance sector; which mainly is technology driven these days. I feel the “Intel-esque” design works very well and was a good way to go in this much needed 50th anniversary logo update. […]