The following logos have been designed with the use of white space in mind
Not only is the Amazon logo smiling, but there’s also an arrow starting at the “a” and ending on the “z” to indicate that Amazon has everything from A to Z that you don’t need but will buy so you spent enough to qualify for free shipping.
Look directly at the sun (and only in this case, unless you want to burn your eyes out). Actually, look directly at the diamond and you’ll see it says “Sun” in every direction.
There is a cyclist in there, literally, on “Tour.” Notice how the “o,” “u,” and “R” all come together along with the yellow dot to form the image.
Caserne is a graphic design studio. They take a global approach to there work. It’s functional, coherent and relevant. Below is some of their work that inspires me.
Souk (at) Sar – Take 14
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Already considered one of Nashville’s hottest restaurants, this gourmet market, wine bar and restaurant has all your needs covered. With the love of wine being front and center, we developed some cheeky taglines and combined them with a sunny Southern yellow to convey a playful but snarky tone. Just what you need after a long day… a little attitude and tall glass of rosé.
Julien Hébert is a graphic designer based in Montréal, Quebec. His work is recognisable thanks to its bold typographic and colour choices.
T-shirt for the Manifeste contre la peur tour by Violett Pi.
Designed by Julien Hébert and David Beauchemin, 2017.
Poster for the 2017 ATypI conference. Custom lettering and logotype
Designed by Julien Hébert, 2017.
Album cover for Violett Pi. Designed by Julien Hébert and David Beauchemin, 2017.
Animation randomly displayed on the landing page of Studio Paprika’s website.
Designed by Julien Hébert at Paprika, 2015.
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All images can be produced as print or canvas image via my website
Event poster & leaflet designed by me.
Milanese artisan rice brand RISO D’UOMO has revealed a new visual identity by Here Design. Cultivated from pure Carnaroli rice grown within sight of the historic Duomo di Milano, RISO D’UOMO’s refreshed design takes direct inspiration from the product’s place of origin, reflecting the ornate marble floor tiles of this impressive cathedral.
Using rich tones of navy blue and terracotta which are derived from the striking colour of the marble floors of the Duomo, the new brand identity adopts a timeless quality and strong design aesthetic, standing out on the shelf.
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