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Inspiring logos and logotypes created from 2018 – 2019 by graphic designer Quim Marin.

Quim Marin is an art director and freelance graphic designer who lives and works in Barcelona. His diverse work includes a wide range of brand identities as well as posters, logo designs, and other creative projects. He has recently published a nice selection of logos and logotypes that have been created from 2018 until now. He made these graphics for different kinds of businesses and industries. Just check them out below. For more of Quim Marin’s graphic work, please visit his portfolios on Tumblr and Behance.

Logo design inspiration – graphics from 2018 and 2019 by graphic designer Quim Marin

All images © by Quim Marin. Browse through our Graphic Design and Branding categories to find other inspiring work.

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Marrow Gallery presents new artworks from Bay Area artist Laura Smith Blair.

From June 1 to 29th, 2019, Marrow Gallery will present a range of new artworks from Bay Area artist Laura Smith Blair. The new body of work features a series of semi-abstract paintings based on California’s landscapes. Calling on concerns for climate change, she constructs and deconstructs, using paint to symbolize the conflict between humans and nature. Each line interrupts and defines borders; a representation of human-made static in the age of technology, population growth, and global warming. For the viewer, the presentation of dramatically obvious warnings and subtle shifts are intended to make us reconsider what climate change means and how we can reassess how to interact with the planet. For further information, just visit the gallery website.

Laura Smith Blair, A Bright Future, mixed media on panel, 36×48” Laura Smith Blair, Desert Sun, 48×48”, mixed media on linen

All images © by artist Laura Smith Blair at Marrow Gallery. Browse through our Art section to discover more artists from around the globe. Furthermore, we are pleased to provide you with information on current and upcoming exhibitions and art related events.

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A complex geometric pattern created by the graphic designers of Love Street Studio for the brand identity of AIA.

Love Street Studio is a multi-disciplinary design studio led by two graphic designers, Joana and Carmo. They work passionately in the fields of branding, editorial, packaging, web, and of course graphic design.

The studio was recently commissioned to work on a fitting brand identity for architecture studio AIA. Whether reading forwards or backwards, the name AIA never loses its meaning. Therefore, Joana and Carmo decided to develop a simple module using the letters of the name in an abstract approach. It results in a complex geometric pattern, which is also inspired by the building structures of AIA’s architectural work. Just have a look below. For more of Love Street Studio’s graphic work, please visit their website.

AIA branding by Love Street Studio Design of the letterhead. The stationery system. The geometric pattern acts as the key visual of the design. Modern and simple graphic design.

Photo credits: Diogo Alves

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Mogan, a beautifully curved serif font designed by Tobias Saul.

Just recently designed and published by Tobias Saul, Mogan is a serif font with nicely balanced curves that comes with upper and lowercase letters plus numerous typographic features. It is mainly inspired by vintage lettering. Tobias Saul has combined these influences with a strong modern appearance. Packed with a wide range of stylistic alternates, the typeface allows versatile design options. It’s a great choice for headlines, logos, posters, packaging, t-shirt designs, postcards, just to name a few. In addition, the package includes a bonus of 12 leaf images, which you can also see in the presentation below. To learn more, just click on the following link.

You can download the typeface for little money at Creative Market.

Mogan, a beautifully curved serif font by Tobias Saul. Basic uppercase and lowercase letters. The typeface comes with some standard ligatures. An example of use. Mogan includes beautiful numbers and other glyphs. The font includes a wide range of alternates. An overview of the character set. The product includes 12 botanical images as a little bonus.

Get the typeface from Creative Market.

Have a look at our recommended Fonts category to find more typefaces for different needs.

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36 Days of Type, a short animation by Albert Oriol in collaboration with numerous designers and illustrators.

Albert Oriol has contacted 36 designers and illustrators with the idea of animating one of the letters or numbers from their 36 Days of Type submissions. His aim was to challenge himself by creating different animation styles according to the styles of the respective artworks.

“36 Days of Type is a project that invites designers, illustrators and graphic artists to express their particular interpretation of letters and numbers of our alphabet”

A — instagram.com/_bilos_/
B — instagram.com/ericyzhe/
C — instagram.com/polsola/
D — instagram.com/broke_and_infamous/
E — instagram.com/tenski_art/
F — instagram.com/almirnago/
G — instagram.com/laika_sir/
H — instagram.com/maloudejonghe/
I — instagram.com/admjlws/
J — instagram.com/_nerwus/
K — instagram.com/naraydh/
L — instagram.com/ryanrobinson3/
M — instagram.com/hola.gabrielle/
N — instagram.com/mr.tioda/
O — instagram.com/uniqschweick12/
P — instagram.com/magda.bran/
Q — instagram.com/casiegraphics/
R — instagram.com/justynastasik/
S — instagram.com/ffffrutuoso/
T — instagram.com/mrs.dlrsa/
U — instagram.com/shadowindesign/
V — instagram.com/juliarbol/
W —instagram.com/meeta_p/
X — instagram.com/cali_doso_/
Y — instagram.com/jasonnaylor/
Z — instagram.com/racheltopf/
0 — instagram.com/mnaumanndesign/
1 — instagram.com/kristiinaalmy/
2 — instagram.com/the_roboto/
3 — instagram.com/xerofernandez/
4 — instagram.com/blkmelt/
5 — instagram.com/a_saai/
6 — instagram.com/stricknerdesign/
7 — instagram.com/pastacoltonno/
8 — instagram.com/esbrillo/
9 — instagram.com/typocriollo/

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Store interior design by Various Associates for ‘ANGEL’, a lifestyle concept store in Shenzhen, China.

ANGLE is a lifestyle concept store located in Shenzhen, China. Co-created with Charles Wang, co-founder of DONGLIANG, it combines a cafe, art gallery, and boutique—all in one place. The project is located in South Area of No.1 Shenzhen Bay with a 300 sq. m space. Angel can be considered a multi-functional boutique and cafe that differentiates itself from traditional boutiques.

The team of Various Associates was responsible for the entire interior design concept. With originally two separated floors, VA suggested using stairs to connect them. The staircase can also serve as an exhibition stand. The ground floor includes a cafe, which also serves as a gallery space, while the second floor is a high-end womenswear boutique. VA’s interior concept truly maximized the opportunity to showcase exhibitions and give the space a more unique feel through the spatial language of stairs. This way, customers can explore a different sense of space and playfulness when moving between the floors.

All images © by Various Associates.

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Branding and graphic design by Anagrama Studio for Lanka, a real-estate residential development.

Here comes a new branding project realized by the creative team of Anagrama Studio for Lanka, a real-estate residential development situated near the Huasteca Canyon. The company’s philosophy is based on the vision of developing a balance between urban and natural landscapes.

Anagrama Studio was commissioned to create a brand identity reflecting this
philosophy by visualizing the main amenities of a place with green spaces and gathering areas. They took inspiration from the vegetation found within the Huasteca, an ecological park located in Santa Catarina, Nuevo León. Yucca, a plant characterizing the region, has been chosen to positioning the brand as a strong link with nature. The splatters, which can be seen in certain parts of the identity, represent the dry and semi-desert vegetation in an abstract way. Just see it for yourself or check out Anagrama’s website for more.

The natural logo design. Two-sided business cards. Stationery Stationery system Close up of the business cards. Printed collateral Packaging design

All images © by Anagrama Studio. For more creative inspiration, please have a look at our Graphic Design and Branding categories. WE AND THE COLOR is the online magazine for creative professionals from around the globe.

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Photographer Ste Murray has captured the mass concrete edifice built by artist Alberto Burri as a memorial at the hills of the Sicilian landscape.

“A 1968 earthquake claims over a hundred lives and leaves the village of Gibellina in ruins. Artist Alberto Burri is commissioned to build a memorial on the footprint of the old town, encasing the rubble and the remains in a mass concrete edifice, set amongst the rolling hills of the Sicilian landscape. The voids in this solid monument retrace the paths that the villagers once walked, and ask the visitor to consider all which has been lost.

40 years on, camera in hand, it’s a visit to remember. Questions arise on the notions of memorial and conservation. How do we remember? Is there one true method? The man-made fissures within the landscape certainly evoke memories of loss, but do they also plaster over that which has been lost? This series of images hopes to express the sense of solemnity in this space; a permanent monument to the loss in a landscape where nature has already shown it’s apathy for such structures.”—words by Ste Murray

‘Tracing the Faults’ – Sicily’s Grande Creto Memorial, a photo essay by Ste Murray ‘Tracing the Faults’ – Sicily’s Grande Creto Memorial, a photo essay by Ste Murray ‘Tracing the Faults’ – Sicily’s Grande Creto Memorial, a photo essay by Ste Murray ‘Tracing the Faults’ – Sicily’s Grande Creto Memorial, a photo essay by Ste Murray ‘Tracing the Faults’ – Sicily’s Grande Creto Memorial, a photo essay by Ste Murray ‘Tracing the Faults’ – Sicily’s Grande Creto Memorial, a photo essay by Ste Murray ‘Tracing the Faults’ – Sicily’s Grande Creto Memorial, a photo essay by Ste Murray ‘Tracing the Faults’ – Sicily’s Grande Creto Memorial, a photo essay by Ste Murray ‘Tracing the Faults’ – Sicily’s Grande Creto Memorial, a photo essay by Ste Murray

All images © by Ste Murray, an architectural and performance photographer based between Dublin and London. As a graduate of Architecture at University College Dublin, he aims to bring an eye for detail and a project-based approach to his work. Feel free to explore more of his photographic work on his website.

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Get Twinbrush’s super popular bundle of 100 seamless geometric patterns for just $9 instead of $120 (only for a limited time).

The seamless geometric pattern collection by studio Twinbrush is currently on sale and it’s your chance to grab this amazing bundle for only $9. Hurry, because this special offer expires in a few hours. So what exactly do you get when purchasing this amazing collection? The bundle contains 100 seamless geometric patterns. The graphics are included in a hi-res PNG format (800x800px at 300 dpi). You can use these graphics in applications such as Illustrator and Photoshop to create custom tees, fashion design, merchandise, interior design, branding, packaging, posters, web design, and more. As a bonus, the bundle includes 2 free fonts and 2 A4 poster templates. To grab this amazing deal, just click on the following ling before it expires.

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101 geometric patterns that can be used for a wide range of graphic use.

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A new graphic identity developed by Forth + Back for VT Pro Design.

Tanner Woodbury of graphic design studio Forth + Back recently shared the following project with me. His multidisciplinary design studio just finished a complete rebrand of a creative agency called VT Pro Design. The LA-based agency is heavily involved in the live entertainment and music industry. Tanner Woodbury and his team were working on this particular project for almost 6 months including a full rebranding concept, printed collateral, and a new website. Just have a look below. For more of Forth + Back’s graphic work, please visit their website.

VT Pro Design rebranding by Forth + Back. Business card. The identity is based on modern and clean graphic design. VT Pro Design rebranding by Forth + Back. Branding guidelines of the logotype and some graphics. The stationery system. Simple and clean graphic design. The new website. VT Pro Design rebranding by Forth + Back. The agency creates visualizations for live shows.

All images © by Forth + Back.

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