We want to kick-start this week with a brand new set of t-shirt designs and vector packs. The guys over at Designious just launched 10 awesome t-shirt designs, 10 vector packs with skulls, wings, hearts and floral motifs and a huge Mega Pack containing all these new vector packs, but with a 50% discount!
I thought that we’d take a look at a dismal scenario today: what would our world be like if the Internet didn’t exist? Millions of jobs all around the world would disappear, finding and sharing information would be unimaginably difficult, the costs of books and sending letters would skyrocket, worldwide communication would plummet and the graphic design domain would have a serious limp.
“Hello, here’s my namecard. Please don’t eat it.” This is how Caramelaw a.k.a. Sheena Aw presents herself. She is a motion graphic designer/ video editor from Singapore with an incredible imagination and personality. She refers to her work as candy art – cute and morbid – what goes on in her mind when she closes her eyes and I just had to share it with you guys.
There are two main reasons for which a company contacts a designer or design firm for a brand identity project: they are either a new company looking to establish a powerful and expressive identity, either they have an already established business and resort to a ‘facelift’, usually in order to increase sales and brand awareness. We’re going to take a look today at three examples of redesign, including packaging and logo design: a success, a failure and an intriguing case which combines the two.