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green cropped chinos, ivory sweater, black ankle strap sandals, black saddle bag, sunglasses + messy bun hairstyle {banana republic, steve madden, wonderland}

green cropped chinos, ivory sweater, black ankle strap sandals, black saddle bag, sunglasses + messy bun hairstyle {banana republic, steve madden, wonderland}

the charming interior of Singaporean flowershop Daughters by Floral Magic more photos on lilreddotfolks.com

the charming interior of Singaporean flowershop Daughters by Floral Magic more photos on lilreddotfolks.com

31 Coffeeshops And Cafés You Wish You Lived In

31 Coffeeshops And Cafés You Wish You Lived In

Our visual team brought a bit of Paris to Los Angeles! | Rolling Greens

Our visual team brought a bit of Paris to Los Angeles! | Rolling Greens

Christmas time

Christmas time

great branding... stamps & embossing

great branding... stamps & embossing

Café Kafka identity by Lo Siento, Barcalona

Café Kafka identity by Lo Siento, Barcalona

Self promotion idea. Notice on the bottom slide, the letterpress impression of the glasses? You could get a die made of your logo or you could use your company seal - to put an imprint on everything you send out. Nice subtle way of branding.

Self promotion idea. Notice on the bottom slide, the letterpress impression of the glasses? You could get a die made of your logo or you could use your company seal - to put an imprint on everything you send out. Nice subtle way of branding.

#17: Dylan Cuhane photographer identity design. The bold color choice allows this photographer to 'get attention' with his solution. Once again we see the seal used (quite pricey) as the logo. However we see two logos here, one as a seal and the other as a handwritten stamp. Although I love the solution, I wonder if it's problematic in the branding aspect since there's kind of two logos going on. As the module mentioned, handwriting one's font can be most beneficial as we see this example…

#17: Dylan Cuhane photographer identity design. The bold color choice allows this photographer to 'get attention' with his solution. Once again we see the seal used (quite pricey) as the logo. However we see two logos here, one as a seal and the other as a handwritten stamp. Although I love the solution, I wonder if it's problematic in the branding aspect since there's kind of two logos going on. As the module mentioned, handwriting one's font can be most beneficial as we see this example…

How colour becomes a big part of the identity. visual identity | HENTEN. Corporate Identity / Packaging

How colour becomes a big part of the identity. visual identity | HENTEN. Corporate Identity / Packaging