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12 Awesome Examples of Brand Identity: Logos, Business Cards

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Having a good identity design is essential for every brand. A strong brand identity helps your consumers to recognize your company while it also sets the tone and establishes your business as a leader in its market. Graphic designers are skilled brand identity creators and it is there job to create a brand identity for your company that stands out from all...

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4 Great Free & Open Source Alternatives to Illustrator

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Why is it that ever designer that I know seemingly uses Adobe Illustrator as their vector graphics editor of choice? I know that with Illustrator, Adobe has created an outstanding tool for drawing and illustrating but aren’t there any other, cheap options out there on the market today? Abobe Illustrator seems to have a monopoly on the market but there must be some other...

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Graphic design humour: naked logos

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Iconic brand logos are so installed in our visual language that sometimes just a colour or a font is the immediate recognizable element of a brand. We've already seen a version of honest logos that put into a funny manner the reality behind them. Well this time, myHOTjuly came up with a logo series that they have called naked logos, which has the same principal concept. It has a...

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Geek talk: Movies as Code

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In the midst of illustrated interpretations of movie posters, Ben Howdle has come up with a different approach to this trend with his tumblr project Movies {as code}. The name itself pretty much says it all, and code experts or not can find the humour in this synthesized version of pop culture classics. I wonder how the entire plot of a movie would be translated as code... It's also...

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Type + Movies = Typosters

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We've seen more than enough re-interpreted movie posters in various styles in the last time, but Samy Boutefah's work focuses more on type than anything else. But what's different this time? The illustrations are more focused into the types used and how they can be related to various movie titles. A funny combination of type and movie puns.

 

 

 

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