Web/Graphic Designer
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allomambomambo:

Studio Hi Ho
allomambomambo:

Studio Hi Ho
allomambomambo:

Studio Hi Ho
allomambomambo:

Studio Hi Ho
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electrictattoos:

Valentin Hirsch
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thebackmatter:

iñez by Eszter Laki / Béhance
thebackmatter:

iñez by Eszter Laki / Béhance
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iñez by Eszter Laki / Béhance
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iñez by Eszter Laki / Béhance
thebackmatter:

iñez by Eszter Laki / Béhance
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inspirimgrafik:

Our Polite Society
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mayahan:

Designed by Anagrama
mayahan:

Designed by Anagrama
mayahan:

Designed by Anagrama
mayahan:

Designed by Anagrama
mayahan:

Designed by Anagrama
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pipo-font:

Very nice use of Pipo by the duo Éric Verrier (scenography) and Bruno Souêtre (graphic design) for an exhibition about sport at the Pass (be).
More here
pipo-font:

Very nice use of Pipo by the duo Éric Verrier (scenography) and Bruno Souêtre (graphic design) for an exhibition about sport at the Pass (be).
More here
pipo-font:

Very nice use of Pipo by the duo Éric Verrier (scenography) and Bruno Souêtre (graphic design) for an exhibition about sport at the Pass (be).
More here
pipo-font:

Very nice use of Pipo by the duo Éric Verrier (scenography) and Bruno Souêtre (graphic design) for an exhibition about sport at the Pass (be).
More here
pipo-font:

Very nice use of Pipo by the duo Éric Verrier (scenography) and Bruno Souêtre (graphic design) for an exhibition about sport at the Pass (be).
More here
pipo-font:

Very nice use of Pipo by the duo Éric Verrier (scenography) and Bruno Souêtre (graphic design) for an exhibition about sport at the Pass (be).
More here
pipo-font:

Very nice use of Pipo by the duo Éric Verrier (scenography) and Bruno Souêtre (graphic design) for an exhibition about sport at the Pass (be).
More here
pipo-font:

Very nice use of Pipo by the duo Éric Verrier (scenography) and Bruno Souêtre (graphic design) for an exhibition about sport at the Pass (be).
More here
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ashortinspiration:

Oslo 2022’s 
The world’s largest event for winter sports meets Nordic Simplicity.
In 2014, Snøhetta was commissioned to design the visual identity and feasibility study for Oslo 2022’s Applicant City bid. The identity of Oslo 2022’s visual language honors the inherent simplicity and openness in Nordic culture. By balancing playful graphics and strict geometry, the identity represents both the celebration of the Games and the solid planning of the Norwegian bid. The ambition for Oslo’s 2022 Winter Olympics bid is to share the genuine passion for winter sports, and invite the world to an open, friendly and sustainable celebration of sports.


The circular forms of the letter O and the number 0, as well as the repetition of forms in the number 2 and letter S lend themselves to a graphic element constructed out of just a few geometrical shapes. Combined with colors inspired by the Olympic rings, the result forms the basis for the identity.





The circle becomes a very central part of Oslo 2022 bid’s visual identity and is very prominent in the new logo.





The development of the Identity for the Oslo 2022 bid was divided into three stages. First, Snøhetta developed a simple ‘logo-less’ identity for the application for a funding guarantee from the government and to provide information about the ‘Games in the City’ concept to the public when it was put to vote during a local referendum in Oslo. In the second stage, the logo, typography and main identity were fully developed. The identity included art direction of aerial photography as well as interior architectural elements and signage. The main objective for the second phase was the presentation of the Oslo bid at Norway House during the Sochi Olympic Games in the form of exhibition design, print design for brochures, and digital design for the new website. The final component of the identity was the design of the Candidature Acceptance document and all accompanying elements for the IOC submission on March 15, 2014. Visually, the three iterations of the identity each reflect a point in the process leading up to the application to the IOC.





More on: snohetta.com
ashortinspiration:

Oslo 2022’s 
The world’s largest event for winter sports meets Nordic Simplicity.
In 2014, Snøhetta was commissioned to design the visual identity and feasibility study for Oslo 2022’s Applicant City bid. The identity of Oslo 2022’s visual language honors the inherent simplicity and openness in Nordic culture. By balancing playful graphics and strict geometry, the identity represents both the celebration of the Games and the solid planning of the Norwegian bid. The ambition for Oslo’s 2022 Winter Olympics bid is to share the genuine passion for winter sports, and invite the world to an open, friendly and sustainable celebration of sports.


The circular forms of the letter O and the number 0, as well as the repetition of forms in the number 2 and letter S lend themselves to a graphic element constructed out of just a few geometrical shapes. Combined with colors inspired by the Olympic rings, the result forms the basis for the identity.





The circle becomes a very central part of Oslo 2022 bid’s visual identity and is very prominent in the new logo.





The development of the Identity for the Oslo 2022 bid was divided into three stages. First, Snøhetta developed a simple ‘logo-less’ identity for the application for a funding guarantee from the government and to provide information about the ‘Games in the City’ concept to the public when it was put to vote during a local referendum in Oslo. In the second stage, the logo, typography and main identity were fully developed. The identity included art direction of aerial photography as well as interior architectural elements and signage. The main objective for the second phase was the presentation of the Oslo bid at Norway House during the Sochi Olympic Games in the form of exhibition design, print design for brochures, and digital design for the new website. The final component of the identity was the design of the Candidature Acceptance document and all accompanying elements for the IOC submission on March 15, 2014. Visually, the three iterations of the identity each reflect a point in the process leading up to the application to the IOC.





More on: snohetta.com
ashortinspiration:

Oslo 2022’s 
The world’s largest event for winter sports meets Nordic Simplicity.
In 2014, Snøhetta was commissioned to design the visual identity and feasibility study for Oslo 2022’s Applicant City bid. The identity of Oslo 2022’s visual language honors the inherent simplicity and openness in Nordic culture. By balancing playful graphics and strict geometry, the identity represents both the celebration of the Games and the solid planning of the Norwegian bid. The ambition for Oslo’s 2022 Winter Olympics bid is to share the genuine passion for winter sports, and invite the world to an open, friendly and sustainable celebration of sports.


The circular forms of the letter O and the number 0, as well as the repetition of forms in the number 2 and letter S lend themselves to a graphic element constructed out of just a few geometrical shapes. Combined with colors inspired by the Olympic rings, the result forms the basis for the identity.





The circle becomes a very central part of Oslo 2022 bid’s visual identity and is very prominent in the new logo.





The development of the Identity for the Oslo 2022 bid was divided into three stages. First, Snøhetta developed a simple ‘logo-less’ identity for the application for a funding guarantee from the government and to provide information about the ‘Games in the City’ concept to the public when it was put to vote during a local referendum in Oslo. In the second stage, the logo, typography and main identity were fully developed. The identity included art direction of aerial photography as well as interior architectural elements and signage. The main objective for the second phase was the presentation of the Oslo bid at Norway House during the Sochi Olympic Games in the form of exhibition design, print design for brochures, and digital design for the new website. The final component of the identity was the design of the Candidature Acceptance document and all accompanying elements for the IOC submission on March 15, 2014. Visually, the three iterations of the identity each reflect a point in the process leading up to the application to the IOC.





More on: snohetta.com
ashortinspiration:

Oslo 2022’s 
The world’s largest event for winter sports meets Nordic Simplicity.
In 2014, Snøhetta was commissioned to design the visual identity and feasibility study for Oslo 2022’s Applicant City bid. The identity of Oslo 2022’s visual language honors the inherent simplicity and openness in Nordic culture. By balancing playful graphics and strict geometry, the identity represents both the celebration of the Games and the solid planning of the Norwegian bid. The ambition for Oslo’s 2022 Winter Olympics bid is to share the genuine passion for winter sports, and invite the world to an open, friendly and sustainable celebration of sports.


The circular forms of the letter O and the number 0, as well as the repetition of forms in the number 2 and letter S lend themselves to a graphic element constructed out of just a few geometrical shapes. Combined with colors inspired by the Olympic rings, the result forms the basis for the identity.





The circle becomes a very central part of Oslo 2022 bid’s visual identity and is very prominent in the new logo.





The development of the Identity for the Oslo 2022 bid was divided into three stages. First, Snøhetta developed a simple ‘logo-less’ identity for the application for a funding guarantee from the government and to provide information about the ‘Games in the City’ concept to the public when it was put to vote during a local referendum in Oslo. In the second stage, the logo, typography and main identity were fully developed. The identity included art direction of aerial photography as well as interior architectural elements and signage. The main objective for the second phase was the presentation of the Oslo bid at Norway House during the Sochi Olympic Games in the form of exhibition design, print design for brochures, and digital design for the new website. The final component of the identity was the design of the Candidature Acceptance document and all accompanying elements for the IOC submission on March 15, 2014. Visually, the three iterations of the identity each reflect a point in the process leading up to the application to the IOC.





More on: snohetta.com
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thecwst:

Matt Waples
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ap-brandmemories:

Visual Identity - Bergen International Festival - Creative Director : Endre Berentzen - Art Director : Eric Amaral Rohter
ap-brandmemories:

Visual Identity - Bergen International Festival - Creative Director : Endre Berentzen - Art Director : Eric Amaral Rohter
ap-brandmemories:

Visual Identity - Bergen International Festival - Creative Director : Endre Berentzen - Art Director : Eric Amaral Rohter
ap-brandmemories:

Visual Identity - Bergen International Festival - Creative Director : Endre Berentzen - Art Director : Eric Amaral Rohter
ap-brandmemories:

Visual Identity - Bergen International Festival - Creative Director : Endre Berentzen - Art Director : Eric Amaral Rohter
ap-brandmemories:

Visual Identity - Bergen International Festival - Creative Director : Endre Berentzen - Art Director : Eric Amaral Rohter
ap-brandmemories:

Visual Identity - Bergen International Festival - Creative Director : Endre Berentzen - Art Director : Eric Amaral Rohter
ap-brandmemories:

Visual Identity - Bergen International Festival - Creative Director : Endre Berentzen - Art Director : Eric Amaral Rohter
ap-brandmemories:

Visual Identity - Bergen International Festival - Creative Director : Endre Berentzen - Art Director : Eric Amaral Rohter
ap-brandmemories:

Visual Identity - Bergen International Festival - Creative Director : Endre Berentzen - Art Director : Eric Amaral Rohter
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thebackmatter:

Swish by Empatia / helloempatia.com
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Swish by Empatia / helloempatia.com
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Swish by Empatia / helloempatia.com
thebackmatter:

Swish by Empatia / helloempatia.com
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Swish by Empatia / helloempatia.com
thebackmatter:

Swish by Empatia / helloempatia.com
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maybeitsgreat:

Hotel Minho Branding and Wayfinding by R2 from Portugal
maybeitsgreat:

Hotel Minho Branding and Wayfinding by R2 from Portugal
maybeitsgreat:

Hotel Minho Branding and Wayfinding by R2 from Portugal
maybeitsgreat:

Hotel Minho Branding and Wayfinding by R2 from Portugal
maybeitsgreat:

Hotel Minho Branding and Wayfinding by R2 from Portugal
maybeitsgreat:

Hotel Minho Branding and Wayfinding by R2 from Portugal
maybeitsgreat:

Hotel Minho Branding and Wayfinding by R2 from Portugal
maybeitsgreat:

Hotel Minho Branding and Wayfinding by R2 from Portugal
maybeitsgreat:

Hotel Minho Branding and Wayfinding by R2 from Portugal
maybeitsgreat:

Hotel Minho Branding and Wayfinding by R2 from Portugal
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peri-phery:

Bielke + Yang: Klubben Identity