Noted: New Logo and Identity for The Clydeside Distillery by Manual

Noted Jun. 28, 2018 by Armin About (Est. 2017) “ The Clydeside Distillery is a single malt Scotch whisky distillery and visitor experience in the heart of Glasgow. Whisky runs through the city’s industrial heritage like the Clyde itself. Source: Noted: New Logo and Identity for The Clydeside Distillery by

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James Joyce’s Crayon Covered Manuscript Pages for Ulysses and Finnegans Wake

Even the most avid James Joyce fans surely have times when they open Finnegans Wake and wonder how on Earth Joyce wrote the thing. Painstakingly, it turns out, and not just because of the infamous difficulty of the text itself: he “wrote lying on his stomach in bed, with a

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Lovely Stained Glass Window Design- Delightful for you to our blog, within this period I’m going to provide you with about stained glass window design. And after this, this can be the very first photograph: 25 unique Stained glass panels ideas on Pinterest from stained glass window design, TheRead More →

Des Fleurs Qui Mordent Fusing charming portraits of wildlife with the severe trappings of historical costume, Bill Mayer creates darkly fantastical worlds in his detailed gouache paintings. A frog poses in royal dress, a pearl-draped mouse looks ready for a ball amongst massive wedges of cheese, and a rhinoceros standsRead More →

In an epic flowchart produced as part of a new report on privacy practices at major tech companies, the council breaks down Facebook’s privacy review process. It’s a startling picture of the maze people must navigate to activate the strongest privacy settings. [Image: Forbrukerrådet] The green arrows represent the pathRead More →

An ongoing personal project by New York-based photographer Ryan Struck . Using 120mm colour infrared film stock originally used for military surveillance, Struck captures the places he’s travelled and the people he’s met along the way. Source: Photographer Spotlight: Ryan StruckRead More →

Michael Kenna, Wanaka Lake Tree, Study 1, Otago, New Zealand , 2013. COURTESY BLUE LOTUS GALLERY In Depth Thomas Chatterton Williams wrote a long and involved profile of the great Adrian Piper and, among other things, the ways “she has been quietly conducting, from that vexed and ever-expanding blot onRead More →

If you are a pet lover, you know that animals have as many unique facets to their personalities as humans. As such, you love getting those photos that show off their personalities so that you have proof to show to your loved ones that they are as strange as themRead More →

Superkilen / Topotek 1 + BIG Architects + Superflex. Image © Iwan Baan As architects, we often use a niche set of words that are sometimes unnecessarily complex and confusing to our non-architect friends. In 2015 we compiled a list of these , ranging from “typology” to “Blobitecture.” Here we’veRead More →

If you’ve ever seen the cult classic film Little Shop of Horrors , you might have a hard time shaking the feeling that carnivorous plants are out to get you while you sleep. But it’s time to put those images of creepy, singing, human-swallowing alien plants out of your headRead More →

Typography: TT Smalls Geometric Sans Serif abduzeedo Jun 28, 2018 TT Smalls is a geometric sans serif created for use in video clips and for video production by the TypeType foundry typography minds. The main feature of the font family is the big difference between the uppercase and lowercase characters,Read More →

Fernanda Melo Stark (aka Fe Melo ) didn’t always plan to be a graphic designer. Growing up in São Paulo, Brazil, she was fascinated by the city’s arts scene from an early age and went to college to study fashion. But after moving abroad to continue her studies and workRead More →

I used to take weaving classes from a Swedish woman named Maj-Britt out of a studio in Berkeley, California. Maj-Britt would drink fruit-flavored teas all day long, wear a uniform of black leggings and clogs, and weave the most vibrant geometric rugs I had ever seen. Source: 10 Easy Pieces:Read More →

From fostering authenticity to providing convenience, here are the key steps to take for brands looking to sustain long-term engagement from their customers, detailed in PSFK’s recently launched CX Playbook Out of 300,000 people across 33 countries, most consumers would not care if 74% of brands disappeared from their livesRead More →

Trump infects the body politic’s mind to such a degree that now we even have a typeface in his image. SNYDER/STUDIO ‘s John Foster, Partner and Chief Creative Officer, and Gary Cunliffe had Mattias Mackler create Trump Grotesk to remind us of some of the truly grotesque things he’s said,Read More →

Today’s posts are all about greetings card designs. And we start with two new ranges from Georgia Breeze called ‘Kaleido’ and ‘Sherbert’. Georgia Breeze is a small family run greeting cards business based down in beautiful North Cornwall. Source: CARDS – georgia breezeRead More →

Design: the Labelmaker Bottle: Saverglass Capsule: Lineapack Typography: the Fontmaker Photo: Jordan Jelev Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work Client: Libera Estate Location: Varna, Bulgaria Packaging Contents: Wine Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass Bottle Print: Rotoprint Printing Process: Flexo Print, Silk Foil, Silk Screen, Hot Foil Hotovo is the premium wineRead More →

Agency: Brown&co Designer: Keelie Teasdale Creative directors: Dave Brown, Bic Bicknell, Alex Robertson Strategy director: Troy Wade Copywriter: Troy Wade Illustrators: Colin & James Frewin Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work Client: Bomonti Location: Turkey Packaging Contents: Lager, Red Ale and Stout Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass bottle, Aluminium can PrintingRead More →

Design: Graphasel Design Studio Art direction: Dávid Drozsnyik Designer: Zita Borbély Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work Client: Monyo Brewing Co. Location: Hungary Packaging Contents: Craft Beer Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass bottle Printing Process: Digital printing On each label design we used the name of the beer given by MonyoRead More →

Inspired by Davidstow’s natural surroundings, BrandOpus looked to evoke the tranquil beauty of Cornwall, conjuring a sense of passing time to reflect the care and dedication that Davidstow’s cheesemakers and graders have invested for over half a century to perfect the ultimate cheddar. Source: BrandOpus designs new packs for DavidstowRead More →

Even the most avid James Joyce fans surely have times when they open Finnegans Wake and wonder how on Earth Joyce wrote the thing. Painstakingly, it turns out, and not just because of the infamous difficulty of the text itself: he “wrote lying on his stomach in bed, with aRead More →