Our good mate Radim Malinic has been promoting his new book and we thought it would be cool to share the news on ABDZ. Entitled: The Book of Ideas - Volume 2 , following on from the original series 2016 release and #1 Amazon bestseller in the Graphic Arts - Volume 1. We are really happy for Radim on his journey and expect to learn more about his experience from the last book along with case studies on the process of his illustrative work.
Our good friend Radim Malinic recently released some fresh work from his portfolio and we had to feature them on ABDZ. It's two branding projects and we are sharing one which is a branding for a new London medication studio called: Inhere. From the logo, type, icon system; we are just stunned by the choice of colours. Always so lovely! For those who is familiar with Radim's work, (in my opinion) he is the master of colours. Let the work speak for itself!
Today, we are happily announcing the Launch of Radim Malinic's Book of Ideas on Abduzeedo. It's been quite a few years since his last publication and this time, Radim has put together a journal/collection of 256 pages of his work from the past and also sharing his deep thoughts on our creative industry by not only from a successful perspective but through his creative blocks as well for which is quite interesting one's take of how you encounter these kind of obstacles in your career.
The X-Pop Bluetooth Speakers are a powerful medium with handsfree calling, built-in noise filter microphone, cristal clear sound and many more. Designed by our friend Radim Malinic, an award-winning art director, illustrator and graphic designer based in London, UK. With themes like LOVE, PLAY and MOVE; you sure won't go unrecognized. All Rights to Radim Malinic
Radim Malinic aka Brand Nu is an art director, illustrator and graphic designer based in London, England. He just relaunched his website with plenty of creative, colourful and beautiful works. From global brands to family businesses and individuals, Radim sure is a versatile designer; hope you'll enjoy these commercial and also experimental pieces. We live in the world where edges are getting more and more blurred, we live in the inevitable crossover of many worlds.
The West End Show' is an innovative gallery exhibition by Radim Malinic, a leading London graphic designer and illustrator. Malinic explores the magical and bustling part of the capital in a series of elaborately illustrated poster designs, bringing together classic old century design with the dazzling neon future of the 22nd century. 'I wanted to do something that was different, conceptual and intriguing - it’s a place that’s been very inspiring for me. It’s the heritage - the narrow streets, the buildings, the glitz and glamour. It’s got a heartbeat’, explains Malinic.
Brand Nu aka Radim Malinic, is an award winning art director, illustrator and graphic designer from London, England. He recently re-opened his online shop with new items such as a t-shirt and poster packs in addition to his showcase books. As a great contributor to Abduzeedo and to his community, we're more than happy to introduce his latest venture. Radim Malinic has firmly established himself over the last few years as one of the most successful and prolific commercial illustrators working today.
A few weeks ago, we made an interview with Radim Malinic, an illustrator and graphic designer based in London, England. Now he's back this week with a Book Giveaway for his Book #Three, a collection of commercial and experimental work done by Radim during the last couple years. The interview with Radim Malinic / Brand Nu can be viewed via this link http://abduzeedo.com/interview-radim-malinic-aka-brand-nu.
In design, we all have our heroes and this week let me introduce one of them, Radim Malinic aka Brand Nu, one of the most sought after designers in the industry. Radim is an art director, illustrator and graphic designer from London, England. He truly gave a proper boldness to simple colours and shapes. And with an extensive and diverse client list, Radim really showed us that it was right to believe in your skills and gotta work hard in order to pursuit your dreams.