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Galerie C: 2013–2014 by Thibaud Tissot and Josh Schaub

PROMO Galerie C: season September 2013 - Design: Thibaud Tissot, Josh Schaub Format: cm) Print: Serigraphie Uldry

OUTLET GRANDES MARCAS - Nova identidade visual

OUTLET GRANDES MARCAS - Nova identidade visual - Tap the link to shop on our official online store! You can also join our affiliate and/or rewards programs for FREE!

Get Your Hands on the Adorable Illustrations of These Clever Sponges — The Dieline | Packaging & Branding Design & Innovation News

Get Your Hands on the Adorable Illustrations of These Clever Sponges

Get Your Hands on the Adorable Illustrations of These Clever Sponges / Designed by Luminous Design Group

Quant by Quant; British fashion designer Mary Quant’s autobiography.

Quant by Quant; British fashion designer Mary Quant& autobiography, published in 196 (via Inspirational Imagery: Miscellaneous)

This Unicorn Changed the Way I Poop - #SquattyPotty

Squatty Potty Pooping Unicorn Makes Rainbow Ice Cream Poop For Kids To Engjoy -

Kroller-Muller Museum brand identity

Kröller-Müller Museum

The Kröller-Müller Museum offers a unique experience of art, architecture and nature.

Porto - White Studio

Visual identity for the city of Porto. The challenge presented for this project was very clear: the city needed a visual identity that worked as a system able to organize and simplify communication with the citizens, bringing together the people a

Identity for Porto

D&AD Awards 2015 Branding Schemes/Large Organisation Graphite Pencil Winner from White Studio Portugal.

Porto / City Identity and Branding ProposalInvitation from Porto City Hall

In June 2014 Atelier Martino&Jaña where invited along with two other studios to create a new city identity for the city of Porto in Portugal.

GOOD BOOKS: "We Need To Talk About Alice" on Vimeo

"We need to talk about Alice" Video. Good bg music and mystery style

FiaFo refreshed brandmark work

FiaFo refreshed brandmark work

Our company name FiaFo set in Hoefler & Co's Gotham with a line break to prompt the correct pronunciation; "Fia" and "Fo" "F" in Welsh phonetically sounds like the English "V"