How the Star of David Inspired the Jewish Museum Identity Design

Curator: Tina Hardison
date: February 25, 2015
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Typography
Tags: identity, Sagmeister, Walsh
The amazing Sagmeister & Walsh recently launched their identity for the Jewish Museum in Manhattan. 
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Gorgeous Gilded Lettering by a Graphic Designer Turned Baker

Curator: Tina Hardison
date: February 23, 2015
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Packaging Design
Tags: Bakery, identity, Packaging
Graphic designer turned bakery co-owner Aron Tzimas designed the beautiful identity and packaging for San Francisco's newest bakery, Mr. Holmes Bakehouse. 
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Remix Your Interests with the REDEF Newsletter

Curator: Simon Endres
date: February 10, 2015
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Experience Design
Tags:

Jason Hirschhorn’s REDEF is a curated mix of media, tech, and pop-culture content (design is on its way). Their current offering is a free daily email, but they're poised to launch their new brand, mobile, and desktop experience in the coming weeks. 

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Linda Linko's Branding and Illustrations for Pastor Restaurant

Curator: Lotta Nieminen
date: November 26, 2014
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Illustration
Tags: Lettering, signage

This branding from the desk of Finnish designer and illustrator Linda Linko for the Helsinki based restaurant Pastor is such a joyful combination of illustration and design that it has to bring a smile on your face!

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Deutsche & Japaner's Branding for Speicher7 Hotel

Curator: Lotta Nieminen
date: November 25, 2014
Categories: Brand & Identity Design
Tags: art direction, graphic design

Speicher7 is one hotel I wouldn’t mind staying in, if only to hoard all the printed material created by creative studio Deutsche & Japaner. Located in the city of Mannheim, Germany, the hotel has used their identity design to brand everything from menus to soaps and laundry bags.

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