Ever since there was once a Bauhaus and Swiss graphic design, it’s no surprise to anyone that a business chooses total minimalism as its visual identity.
The visual identity of a company or organization is now an unavoidable factor. This has been the case for a long time, but over the years
Serbian graphic designer and art director Ognjen Gligorijevic created a beautiful font family: lo and behold, Rale Grotesk! Recently, a new typographic approach has gained ground
Berlin-based graphic designer Oli Meier’s unique font called Vary was recently published. The font family is inspired by the Bulgarian alphabet, more precisely its “G” character.
South Korean designer Jong Min has shared an incredible typographical and illustration project, which was inspired by the painting style of Vassily Kandinsky. Jong has designed
In English designer Mel Edwards’ work, the pastel-colored buildings of Accidentally Wes Anderson are transformed into letters. The unique letters were created as part of the