The amazing people over at Abstract Logic shared a really inspiring branding and visual identity project for Dope International, a music group and art company supporting work of high quality , integrity, and individuality. The work that Abstract did is very thorough.
The super talented designers at dops.digital created a brand new visual language for the e-commerce development company Elogic. The new visual language aims to speak to its customers on the same level as they speak with their website end-users.
I mentioned in a previous post about my adventures with SwiftUI. It’s fun to learn something new and the least I can do is to share what I learned. For most it might be too introductory, or not necessary, however I know that every journey starts with a first step. So if you know nothing about SwiftUI, you love Swiss Style and you want to get started learning to code look no further.
For some inexplicable reason, besides, my lack of attention, I missed this really awesome web design and editorial content website project that Rolf Jensen and Daniel Spacek. Created for Cotton in New York. They refer to the work as a quick little project called Check The Label.
Learning SwiftUI has been a lot of fun. I talked a bit about it before. It started just as a simple curiosity because I had launched Calmaria.app for Android, a platform I have been working on for the past 5-6 years. I know a bit of Java and Kotlin and do most of my prototyping in Android Studio. However, I was always interested in learning something new.
Roser Padrés worked on this colorful branding and visual identity project for a timeless lighting system that offers a huge range of playful and experimental configurations. The lamp’s structure is made of bamboo with a concrete base, with the colorful wire curving around the lamp post.
I love the direction web design is heading. It more and more resembles editorial design with focus on great typography and beautiful imagery. A good example of this is the web site created by Anthony Goodwin for Dan J Wills.
Following my new passion of posting about things that show light refraction or holographic type of effects. For this one I bring this old but quite beautiful graphic design project created by the amazingly talented folks over at molistudio ™ in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
One day when contemplating a particularly awful break-up, lettering artist and illustrator Jessica Molina came up with an idea—what if she could send her ex a nasty letter? Better yet, what if she could create a series for all the frustrating exes of the world?
Elefante is a very popular and old Brazilian brand. It's definitely part of many people's lives, including mine. I grew up seeing my mom and grandmother using the cans of tomato sauce. Despite the popularity, every brand one day will be in need of an update.
Last April I decided to create a simple Android app for me to do a breathing exercise that consists of inhaling from your nose for four seconds, holding the air for seven and exhaling from your mouth for eight seconds. It’s a very simple, yet powerful way to oxygenate your body and brain and the by-product is relaxation. It does help me with anxiety and focus. I called the app Calmaria.
Brazilians Who Design is a place to showcase the work of talented Brazilian designers to the world. The goal is to inspire new designers to diversify their references, experienced designers to diversity their network, and companies to diversify their teams.
A new print and digital magazine designed by Blok Design, LAT Magazine is the means by which we connect many viewpoints, perspectives, cultures, stigmas and non-stigmas in a conversation that extends to our everyday life they describe this project.
Spatzek Studio creates highly functional, unique & award-winning digital products in the most uncomplicated way possible. It was founded by Daniel Spatzek, a Graphic Designer, Art Director and Creative Developer from Austria. Designer of the Year 2018 + 2019 @CSSDA
Hugo Santarem Rodrigues is a commercial and fine art photographer, working on projects that help to promote an ethical and socially responsible lifestyle, respect and good values, through creativity and aesthetics.
You’ve probably noticed that I am a bit into the chromatic distortion effect. Why? I have no idea, but it does look awesome. For this post I’d like to share this project titled xScan, which is a digital attempt at recreating analog, raw distortion created by Studio 2am.
We started the designer spotlight to promote designers across the glob. Times are definitely changing, we all live in a pandemic and hopefully soon a post-pandemic reality. Economically things will be difficult initially but eventually things will get better. I know this sounds super grim, but in order to help everyone to spread the word about their work.