Pixellogo blog archive — Design & Style

20 Creative & Inspiring Workspaces

Design & Style

If you are a creative person then you definitely need a creative workspace. It is important that you have a very special sanctuary in which you can conduct your business. Your workspace should be inspiring and motivating. It should spur you to action, spark your imagination and and trigger originality. Your workspace should be personal and it should be...

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Hand lettering logos by Sergio Shapiro

Abstract logo templates Design & Style

Here are some great examples of artistic lettering by Sergio Shapiro from Moscow. Sergio's lettering style shows great range, he does not paint himself in the corner with one style, he keeps his style very versatile, each logo or lettering hand written in a very unique way to express the clients identity. Subtle differences in lines and the way they are...

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Cushion Wrap IPhone Cases for 5/5S

Design & Style Design Editorial

iPhones are designed so beautifully that we really don't want to cover them up, but since its a necessary evil, ADOPTED.com has come up with a case thats as almost as beautiful as the phone itself. It takes away very little from the phone design but gives back all the necessary protection and a new style back with all sort of great design options. Take a look at the their design options her...

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Inspired design, Alfa Romeo Giulietta

Design & Style

If there was a car company that set the benchmark for timeless design, it would be Alfa Romeo. Giulietta, their latest release, continues that tradition of excellent design to the teeth.

Auto enthusiast and art curators have always argued that most Alfa Romeo designs would feel comfortable in modern art galleries. At a time where we cant differentiate between one car maker from...

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Maria Salinas corporate identity solution

Design & Style Fashion logo templates Interior design Logo & Brand review

Here is a truly wonderfully design corporate identity, expressing luxury with minimal design, it proves again, more is not always more. It looks timeless and refined. The gold is not the reason it looks luxurious, it much more than that, the shaped that are used are as basic as they come, the type comes with only its minimum line requirements, but the final...

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