Berlin based Studio Berg simply aims to question the orthodox appearance of lifestyle products through design and artistic approaches. Foldwork is an exemplar model of this conception taking an ordinary clothing rack into a decorative piece. This product was developed by Friederike Delius for her diploma with the concept of bringing a household product into the living space without compromise of...
Toronto based photographer Danielle Suzanne was recently featured in Intern Magazine who caught sight of this newly graduate from Ryerson University. Suzanne is the editor-in-chief for the biannual print magazine Zeum and provides fashion photographs for other editorial magazines. She is now an intern for Elle Magazine in Canada.
Magasinet Kunst is another redesign project of the Danish magazine by Henrik Ellersgaard. He included a flap cover that can be used as a marker and help preserve the cover, it also serves as an promotional identity for the magazine itself. Ellersgaard chose an elegant typeface for the identity of the magazine, which gives an...
Drone Sans is a type study by Henrik Ellersgaard. This typeface includes display font and a few characters readily used for logotypes. The modern type is reminiscent of avant garde with topographic and nautical characters. Ellersgaard is from Denmark and currently working in New York.
A contemporary yet classic approach to their brand Passport, an independent design bureau of Jonathan Finch and Rosalind Stoughton, chose its identity to reflect culture and international design that influenced their practice.
A new graduate of the British Higher School of Art and Design, Andrey Ilyaskin has already built an impressive body of work and a definite sense of identity.
A redesign project from student Nicki van Roon from School of Visual Communication, Haderslev. Van Roon made some rather elegant modifications on Tænk (Danish for Think) an independent magazine.
An impressive art direction from student Alexandra Whitter.