I usually don’t post collections of logos on my blog, but this one created by Romain Roger, is just too beautiful for me to pass by and not feature. So here it is a small part of the Logotypes Collection created for brands who love consumers, who love brands.

A little something I made once to cheer my girlfriend.

Art Renda is a Brazilian manufacturer of quality and sexual appealing lingerie and underwear. They have a huge variety of products and differentiate themselves from other manufacturers by the quality of workmanship and incredible amount of detail they put in their products.

Design studio BR/BAUEN are the ones behind Art Renda’s new gorgeous branding. Most notably they created a completely new symbol, inspired by the symmetry of a bra and tie undone, to present the company.

Stockholm based artist Martin Schmetzer expected an updated logotype to launch with the new GTA V. When that didn’t happen he took the matter into his own hands and designed his own version of the logo of one of the most anticipated games this year.

"On Another Planet" is a project by designer Jonathan Quintin. It’s a series of typographical posters, united under one brand, and consisting of quotes Jonathan has received throughout the years from various clients.

All is just some good fun, but some of those are painfully familiar.

As a little side project fun I redesigned the Playstation 4 Product Page.

Check it out at:
PlayStation 4 Product Page Redesign
by ~AlexTokmakchiev

You’ve all seen some kind of rebrand or redesign, be it of a website or an entire company. I know, the Internet is flooded with them at the moment. But this one’s a bit different. It’s a rebrand attempt at… the Marlboro cigarettes, which is a bit of an unorthodox take. Designer Philip Meander is the one behind it, and well, I’ll leave you to decide for yourself if you like it or not.

A set of three posters i designed in collaboration with my girlfriend for her final project exam in advertisement. the posters advertise a fictional company that renovates old consoles and re-sells them for a profit.

We settled for a minimalist and straight-forward look, big photography and a clear slogan.

See more of my work at: Because Design

Google wished me a Happy Birthday! If you have a Google account and you have input your real birthday on the day it is, you’ll get this sweet Doodle on the Google Search page with a personal message to you. Awesome, right?

Santa Cruz is a quick service Mexican BBQ restaurant which offers food such as brisket and baby-back ribs. Mexican design studio Anagrama was tasked with building the restaurant’s brand. They built an identity that praises the careful, traditional and apprehensive food making process of Santa Cruz. The brand is simple and direct, and above all, always honest and sincere.