David Arias is an independent graphic designer based in Vancouver, BC, Canada. David dabbles in a variety of different things including print, web, packaging design, information graphics, signage, marketing communications, but it was mostly his corporate identity work in particular that caught my attention on Behance.
Swing on over to his portfolio for more and let me know what you think via twitter.
Daniel Barkle is a multi-disciplinary designer, currently based in the South West, UK. He likes to be involved in most areas of design, but has a real passion for producing dynamic brand solutions that incorporate interactive strategies. He has a quite strong portfolio, with the classic minimalist/swiss style present in most of his projects. One of the projects that caught my eye and made me post about it was the San Serif Vol.1. I like the black background with white elements and how he plays with simple effects but yet achieve awesome results.
There are types of project that inspire you more than others. Not because of style or because it's trendy but just because it's an specifc type, like icon design, branding, UI. For me editorial design and branding have a special place in my heart. Maybe the reason might be due to the fact I don't do that that much anymore, I don't know, but the only thing I know is that I love to spend a lot of time just checking these types of works, one of the I want to share with you today.
Some projects have a more editorial style while others have more influence from different styles. When I saw the work that Carlos Roberto González and Carlos Dordelly did for their studio I saw a bit of the 80s with the vibrant color palette and abstract look. Anyways, I might be completely wrong but this project definitely deserves a feature here on ABDZ.