May’s Logo of the Month comes courtesy of Espresso Republic’s new line called Static Coffee. Designed by Salih Kucukaga, an Istambul based designer and illustrator.
Typography is the art and technique of arranging type in order to make language visible. The arrangement of type involves the selection of typefaces, point size, line length, leading (line spacing), adjusting the spaces between groups of letters (tracking) and adjusting the space between pairs of letters (kerning).
March’s Logo of the Month comes from New Zealand based designer Emma Holder in her work for Santa Rosa chicken suppliers.
I’m a sucker for the minimal, simple black and white geometric patterns and gorgeous typography – this branding for A-Books fits all the criteria and receives Logoholic’s Branding Showcase of the Month for November. Coming across this brand project on Behance: See Here I struggled to find more information on the project. The A-Books website [...]
November’s Logo of the Month on Logoholic goes to The Danish String Quartet, designed by / with art direction from Maibritt Lind Hansen. Undeniably beautiful in it’s simplicity, the balance of the geometric strings and the curved, spiralling scroll create the number 4 perfectly. The image below shows it’s conceptual construction, interestingly to me, [...]
Again, sorry for the delay in posting October’s Brand Showcase of the Month, but this one’s worth the wait. Metric Integra is an architecture and construction studio based in Barcelona, Spain, who has been given a clever branding treatment by Barcelona’s Lo Siento Studio. The logo itself is clever enough, but the way in which [...]