The Designer Reveals His Suggestions for Redesigning Famous Brands – Design You Trust

The Designer Reveals His Suggestions for Redesigning Famous Brands

French designer Kévin Royer plays with different redesigns of famous (and not so famous) global brands. You can judge how good he is at it, see his works in his Instagram.

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