Chris McDermott
typeverything:

typeverything.com, by Tim Bontan

typeverything:

typeverything.com, by Tim Bontan

photojojo:

We have to admit that the idea of a flying baby might freak you out at first, but these photos by Rachel Hulin are just too darn adorable.

Rachel Hulin’s Flying Babies

via Fubiz

visualgraphic:

Commitment & Sweat
visualgraphic:

The Barbershop
weandthecolor:

Visual Identity Design Inspiration
Helsinki, Finland-based design and branding studio Bond developed a new visual identity for interior design agency Workspace. The work includes the logo design, typography, color scheme and web design.
via: WE AND THE COLORFacebook // Twitter // Google+ // Pinterest

weandthecolor:

Visual Identity Design Inspiration

Helsinki, Finland-based design and branding studio Bond developed a new visual identity for interior design agency Workspace. The work includes the logo design, typography, color scheme and web design.

weandthecolor:

Mindful Health - Identity
Branding and marketing materials  for Mindful Health designed by Ross Alexander Whelan from British Columbia, Canada.
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weandthecolor:

Mindful Health - Identity

Branding and marketing materials  for Mindful Health designed by Ross Alexander Whelan from British Columbia, Canada.

stbernard:

These are pretty amazing!

assorted-goodness:

Minimalist Illustrations - by Dan Savoie

DeviantART || Society6

stbernard:

nevver:

H.G. Wells, Kevin Tong

Gorgeous!

The Scrabble Campaign created by the Chile based company JWT is designed in a minimalistic yet appealing and interesting way that works well for the advertising product. Sliced images need to be put back together in order to make sense, much like scrambled words. The game was first published in 1948 and is played by millions of children and adults worldwide, nonetheless, it is struggling along with other board games to compete with the modern appeal of video games and the internet. The long weekend afternoons playing on the living room floor with my family is one of the most cherished memories I and many of you have but it is a sight destined to fade. Hopefully, games such as this will continue to modernize and resort to a fresher style in order to attract the new generation of “shiny screens” children.