Parisian studio Violaine et Jérémy is a bright star shining in the city's design constellation, and their work sparkles with an irresistibly charming mix of classicism, humor and refined typography.
An effective logo commands high prices, & for good reason. However, designing a logo with an online service is now possible for nominal fees. It's almost too easy to make fun of the whole thing, but assumptions aside, is it possible to commission a decent logo from these places? We decided to find out.
Learn some interesting tidbits about Behance as they celebrate their 10th anniversary, and find out what creative trends head curator Oscar Orozco has noticed this past year.
Timeface, an experimental typeface by June Shin, was selected by Chicago’s Society of Typographic Arts as one of 100 of 2017’s best designs.
Louise Fili shares insights, process and inspiration behind her two handlettered typfaces, Mardell and Montecatini.
San Francisco branding agency Character brings their A-game to every project, landing them a reputation as a go-to team for elevating brand experiences.
Monotype's Akira Kobayashi and his team addressed the need for a typeface that works in multiple languages by designing the studio’s first Japanese language font, Tazugane Gothic.
Mark Richardson's experimental Marbles typeface has gotten a great deal of attention in the design press for its originality and offbeat beauty.