3136 readersWe have our own share of Stumptown coffee here in Los Angeles, and we love it! Stumptown coffee has released their new "Cold Brew Stubbies" in Portland Cafés. The tinted bottle and metallic gold print reflects the craftsmanship and attent...
2412 readersGraphic designers love logos. And with Valentine's Day just two weeks away, now is the time to check out the logos of love-romance companies.
2240 readers "Introducing the new Chen Design Associates designed modular packaging system for Verve Coffee Roasters, one of the top coffee roasters in the country. Find them at your local Whole Foods or other specialty markets and boutique food establishments." See this gorgeous packaging below!
4809 readersNever underestimate the power of a great logo. They’re everywhere, and one of the most enjoyable parts of my job is to pass judgment on the value of popular logo designs. I’ve done the NFL, the 5. The Black Eyed Peas Logo The Black Eyed Peas are known for their unique musical style, and it seems
3305 readers Brothers Coffee Roasters Packaging and Identity by Studio Verse "Coming from a science background, Nathan (the roaster behind Brothers Coffee Roasters) has approached roasting coffee with the same methodical reasoning as science. Using this as inspiration, the marque created for Brothers takes reference from the periodic table while the full logotype is inspired from the process of roasting
3220 readersColor isn’t always better. So says fellow blogger Jennifer Moline in a guest post on Fuelyourcreativity.com. I agree with Jennifer that a two-color design can be just as engaging, influential and emotional as a full color design. Moreover, a predominantly black-and-white or sepia design with just one splash of an accent color can be really memorable. Here are
3933 readersTo celebrate the color of St. Patrick's Day, I've rounded up 17 amazing green logos for design inspiration.
5214 readersEvery logo is a symbol, but some are created from existing symbols – sometimes even combining two or more understood symbols to reinforce meaning. Still others take pre-defined symbols to new heights, redefining them in powerful new ways. I find the following 10 logos to be curious examples of what graphic designers can do with
1335 readersHave you ever read the short story “The Yellow Wallpaper,” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman? It’s about a Victorian woman who lives in a room with old yellowing wallpaper and eventually loses her mind. I will forever associate the color yellow with insanity because of this story. Colors can have powerful subconscious effects, and when designing a
1882 readersWhat do these 10 logos all have in common? They all use buildings and architectural imagery in their design. These logos come from many different sectors from construction to nonprofit, education and more. You’ll see some really familiar logos and some new ones, too. I tried to select logos that were iconic at first glance
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