Masaomi Fujita is an Art Director at Tegusu, a creative and design office based in Tokyo and Yokohama. Since 2012, his studio specialized to a wide variety of works from concept planning to design work in CI and VI development for companies and shops.
Yesterday I posted about the work of Dylan Levionnoi and the many 90s references for his work had. Today, we will keep on with the same topic, perhaps because now I am aware, but It seems to be that there are more projects with a similar style. For this post, I would love to share the brand identity project that Elvis Benício and Lostctrl published on their Behance profiles titled Dear God. It does indeed have that 90s graphic design look.
Dear God is a brand identity project for a music event. It has that grunge look created by distorting the typography and the mix of primitive shapes with weirdly masked black and white photography. It seems to me that all ingredients are there.
Grunge look created by distorting the typography and the mix of primitive shapes.
For more information about Elvis and Lostctrl make sure to check out their website at