New Logo for New York Times Video: Work-Order

Curator: Dan Rhatigan
date: May 6, 2014
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Motion Graphics
This is just one element of an overall visual branding system by Work-Order (Keira Alexandra and Kiffer Keegan), but I think this small tweak to the well-established T mark used by the Times is elegant and clever enough to deserve a highlight.
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Children's Library Visual Identity: Hvass and Hannibal

Curator: Marta Cerdà Alimbau
date: May 2, 2014
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Illustration
The modular system created in this visual identity for children is bright and playful.
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Whitney Museum Graphic Identity: Experimental Jetset

Curator: Marta Cerdà Alimbau
date: April 30, 2014
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Corporate Communications Design
It’s rational and very expressive at the same time. It is not static at all, plays with the idea of a responsive “W.” Just using a folded line, playing with the angles of the capital letter of the museum, “W.” Brilliant!
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Printed Matter website: Linked by Air

Curator: Placement
date: March 31, 2014
Categories: Brand & Identity Design
Tags: artist books, Linked by Air, New York Art Book Fair, Printed Matter, website

Linked by Air designed a new website for Printed Matter, the large New York-based artist book store and organizer of the annual New York Art Book Fair. One of the really nice things about the new site is the “Artist Table” function, which allows different independent bookstore owners, staff and artists to curate collections of artist books from the Printed Matter archive.

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Anna Kövecses

Curator: Sam’s Myth
date: March 25, 2014
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Illustration
Tags: Alphabet, Anna Kövecses, illustration

I adore the professional and personal projects of Anna Kövecses, a Hungarian designer working in Cyprus, such as the illustrations for the BBC’s “500 Words” story-writing competition seen above and below. Anna’s colorful and iconic illustration style retains a flatness that I love, defying the clichéd demand of art directors everywhere: “more depth.”

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