Rewrite Table designed by Gamfratesi Studio, a collaboration between Danish architect Stine Gam and Italian architect Enrico Fratesi.
This post is part of our series of posts showing stunning high-quality wallpapers to inspire you and to enrich your desktop. You will find 10 wallpapers from diferent categories; each one strictly selected to a better user experience.
As usually on Friday, today we are presenting a new collection of logo designs – this time we have selected logos, featuring multiple mysterious fauna representatives and legendary creatures.
A lizard, an iguana, a chameleon, a turtle – these fauna representatives have always been cloaked in multiple myths and ancient legends. The reason for that is the strong association between these creatures and certain qualities in the minds of people. For example turtles are known for their longevity, lizards are remarkable for the ability to regain the lost tail, and chameleon is widely known for its skills to change body color in accordance with the environment. Using such animals in logo design can definitely add deep meaning to the logo and enhance the entire corporate image and style. Furthermore, there are many legendary animals, which designers often use in logo design. The mystifying Phoenix bird is just one example to mention. This legendary bird, reviving from the fire, is a popular symbol, commonly used in logo designs.
Your pen can be more harmful than a gun. Choose your bullets is a desk accesory that reminds us that corruption and bad decisions can be more harmful than violence. A project made by Jorge Diego Etienne.
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has now launched and last week saw the opening of my debut solo exhibition Shot in Shoreditch. Shot on film, this collection of portraits celebrates working ten years out of my Charlotte Road studio. This exhibition takes the creative pulse of the area, drawing inspiration from and capturing the people who live and work in this pocket of London. From dapper proprietors of boutique barbers, to directors of London’s creative agencies and chef’s toiling over passionately cooked bowls of pasta, ‘Shot in Shoreditch’ hopes to bring together the established and well loved faces of the district.
To see images from the private view, visit my blog: www.benfisherphotography.wordpress.com.
Here are a selection of the portraits; to see more click here:
Amazing poster design and illustrations from Martijn van Dam (Supersilo), hope you like it!
Photographer Kevin Bauman documents the decline of Detroit in 100 Abandoned Houses. Over the past 60 years, the city has gone from thriving metropolis, to a city in steady, undeniably decline. Over 50% of its population has left in the last 60 years, and the process shows no sign of stopping. These homes are a testament to where once there was progress and growth.
Beautiful lady portraits, fantastic illustrations, three-dimensional art works, typography masterpieces, and much more – Cruzine has prepared it all to supply designers with a variety of sources of inspiration. If you are working on some graphical project, a website design, logotype, or font design, do not hesitate to look through this post and refill your inspiration with a variety of fresh, eye-catching, and unique designing ideas and ways of their realization.