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JESSICA SVENDSEN

JESSICA SVENDSEN

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Teola Marsh
Posted: May 4th 2014
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I love the work of Jessica Svenden. She has a real knack for typography. Her work is centred around the use of typography in graphical ways, laid out with good use of grids and alignment. She pushes the boundaries without breaking the rules. It is no wonder Pentagram New York snatched her up after she completed her studies. Under the direction from one of the world’s most famous designers of t...

Gracy Leal McGuigan

Gracy Leal McGuigan

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Mayuri Bajaj
Posted: May 10th 2014
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I love the work of Gracy Leal in this post as she has made extremely good use of icons and depicted all the info in a very precise way not making me go thru the long lines.The post has a complete look with the great choice of text/color contrast & the image behind. She works in Norfolk, CT, USA as a designer with Tracy Locke. ...
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Can I Play

Can I Play

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Fifi Law
Posted: May 2nd 2014
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Can I Play is a creative studio. They mainly do branding and packaging. I love their work because of how they use colours and roll out the whole branding series. Their design is playful and dynamic....

Toko

Toko

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Tony Ma
Posted: May 1st 2014
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Toko is a graphic design studio in Rushcutters Bay, Sydney. From concept and design to realisation, the studio offers a full creative service within branding, digital, spatial and print design. The artwork examples showcase the way they stylise the photos for portfolio presentation. Checkout these guys for more inspiration....
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Buro North

Buro North

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Anna Goode
Posted: May 1st 2014
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I love these guys as they do a broad range of design - digital, print, identity. I especially love their laser-cut art project. Also Melbourne would be lost without their innovative wayfinding designs!...
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Round

Round

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Beata Klepek
Posted: Apr 29th 2014
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I love the work of Round, as they do amazing roll out of brand identity. They make sure each piece tells a unique story for the client and they use high quality materials for roll-out. They do work for clients in hospitality, mining, property construction, wineries, galleries, universities...the list goes on. Pretty awesome stuff!...

The Hungry Workshop

The Hungry Workshop

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Magaly Boussemaere
Posted: Apr 25th 2014
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I love The Hungry Workshop. The way they use colour and texture. How a normal business card turns into a bunny. They think outside the box and always come up with very creative solutions. There are so many different things to discover on their website, you will spend hours watching their beautiful designs. ...

Ilovedust

Ilovedust

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Victoria Murphy
Posted: Mar 18th 2014
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I love I Love Dust - the company I mean! I Love Dust. Their attention to detail, use of mixed media and and use of type intrigued me. The New York poster reminded me of an old theatre style poster. The use of complimentary colours along with seven different styles of typography breaks all rules which is what really caught my eye....
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Anagrama - Brand Intelligence Group

Anagrama - Brand Intelligence Group

Category: Advertising, Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Frankie Young
Posted: Apr 4th 2014
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I adore Anagrama because all their work is of such elegant beauty. They feature perfectly stripped back designs and wonderful colour palettes. The care they put into the photography of their portfolio is another great inspiration. Make sure to read the blurbs for each project - there is so much to discover....
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jinsei tosyokan

jinsei tosyokan

Category: Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Sharon Roberts
Posted: Mar 18th 2014
No. of comments: 1

I love the work of Circle-D because they have mastered simplicity of design. They are based in Tokyo, Japan and as I don't speak Japanese I have enjoyed looking at their quality of work in terms of seeing the design principles without getting distracted by the words (as I don't speak Japanese!)....