I’m always on the lookout for new projects that use graphic design as a way to create a different atmosphere or brand a space. Every now and then I come across cool designs that add some awesomeness to their surroundings, like murals, window displays, and different signs.
JSD is a design studio located in Sydney, Australia. They work with branding, environmental graphics, and wayfinding strategies, such as this project developed for the ‘Learning Commons’ building at Charles Sturt University.
Collider is an Australian agency that works with multiple mediums: from motion graphics & film, all the way to branding & environmental graphics.
Marc & Chantal is a multicultural and multidisciplinary team that have 20 years of experience working in design, from branding and marketing, all the way to wayfinding and environmental graphics.
Jing Wei is a Chinese-born, Brooklyn-based illustrator who illustrated this cool pattern for Etsy’s 2014 Holiday campaign.
Malmö Festival 2014, the world’s largest identity for Scandinavia´s largest city festival (celebrating its 30th birthday party)
Bright neon colors and bold typography make up the new project designed by Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan. They were commissioned by the Southbank Centre for their summer ‘Festival of Love’.
Hidden Characters designed the identity and wayfinding system for Erzsébet Square, one of the most attractive touristic and recreational zones of Budapest’s inner city.