All posts tagged: graphic design

GOLD: logo & magazine experiment

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It’s that time of the year again! No, not Christmas, school project season. We were told to do logo research and come up with a new logo, title and look for a fashion-related (meaning not strictly fashion) magazine. Most magazines (Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, etc) use some variant of the Bodoni font and the magazine I worked with used Didot, so I tried to think of more flashy, less classic fonts that could also be somehow […]

Van Cleef & Arpels: classic jewelry homework

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Fashion / Things I make

A series of posters I did as homework for school. We were supposed to make just one for classic jewelry but I got carried away because I just adore Van Cleef & Arpels. Van Cleef & Arpels is a house with such a long and exciting history, having opened in 1896, it’s first boutique dating back from 1906 in Place Vendôme, Paris. It’s still there, I walked right by it. Van Cleef travelled through so many styles, […]

Leslie David

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Art / Fashion / Inspiration

Even if you don’t know her by name, you’ve probably seen Leslie David‘s work sometime in your life. A graphic designer, art director and illustrator, Leslie specializes in brand image and graphic design for fashion brands and culture. Her work can be seen in magazines, album covers, packaging designs, lookbooks and more.        Art direction for SS2012 lookbook for Maison Michel, photographs by Karl Lagerfeld    Packaging design for Givenchy Makeup, Fall 2012            […]

Davide Rostirolla: “Space”

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Using Photoshop CS5, graphic designer from Latina, Italia Davide Rostirolla has created a series of posters that serve as brief explanations for some of the wonders of our Universe. You can check out the official project page on Behance or Davide’s profile on Behance as well! I highly encourage you to look at his full body of work as I’ve been clicking through his gallery for a while and everything is absolutely fantastic.