Mark A Reynolds - Root Two Series: Twelfth Root, Neutral Voicings, One Clear Note,  2007, 16.75 in x 15.75 in. White charcoal, conte crayon, and mounted pastel papers on board

Root Two Series by Mark Reynolds White charcoal, conte crayon, and pastel papers on board. Reminds me of undergrad.

Upland Sour Ales: Branding & Packaging by Young & Laramore

Upland Sour Ales: Branding & Packaging by Young & Laramore

Indianapolis-based agency Young & Laramore created this vibrant advertising campaign and packaging design for Upland Sour Ales.

Portfolio / Sam Reed

Layout / Sam Reed More the use of of different photos and filters on the photos. the use of only two colours draws the attention to the poster

Designing With Black and White: 50 Striking Examples For Your Inspiration – Design School

Designing With Black and White: 50 Striking Examples For Your Inspiration

What do you get when you combine a love for Helvetica, Swiss style poster art and horse racing jockey shirts. The short answer...  Giddy Up | Studio-JQ

Giddy+UpWhat do you get when you combine a love for Helvetica, Swiss style poster art and horse racing jockey shirts. The short answer. Giddy+Up.Today I gave myself a 3 hour branding exercise to develop my skills. I am a sucker for cool race horse na…

Silhouette: Experimental Typography by Cheolhong Kim

Silhouette: Experimental Typography by Cheolhong Kim

Light typography SKB : Silhouette: Experimental Typography by Cheolhong Kim

White October – corporate identity. The mark, intended to be both flexible and playful, is derived from an isometric grid which forms the letter ‘W’. This structure allows for limitless variations of the logo – sometimes bright and vibrant, at other times retained and monochromatic.

The mark, intended to be both flexible and playful, is derived from an isometric grid which forms the letter ‘W’. This structure allows for limitless variations of the logo – sometimes bright and vibrant, at other times

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