It’s hard to not follow trends, I struggle, people I know struggle, you probably struggle. That’s okay. The best way to learn is to try to imitate things we like. I am a believer that nothing is truly brand new but more an interpretation of something.
We would like to share this branding project by Erik Musin for a kitchen bar named Porter. Like mentioned below, his 3d/cgi approach adds a unique style to his stationery work also for a presentation. Something that particularly caught my attention was the attention of details on his work for the visual design of what’s outside the restaurant with the signage and vinyls. It’s a small detail in the process but it does define the professionalism of Erin’s experience.
Published on Behance is the work from Erik Musin who is a designer currently based in Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation. Throughout his freelance work, Erik works mainly in graphic design, branding and art direction. I really enjoy his 3D/CGI approach to his work, it makes everything standing out from the crowd.
PORTER – dark beer with characteristic wine smack, strong aroma of malt and saturated taste at which at the same time there are both a sweet, and bitterness. Also the name comes from a look a stake — the porterkhaus-stake which is cut out from a lumbar part of a back in the field of a cutting rib-steak. The name is associated with England – the homeland of beer and a stake.