Mads Burcharth is a Scandinavian “type-obsessed” designer from Denmark. And boy oh boy am I inspired by his work, which is simplistic in form, while keeping it’s own character in tact. Here are some of my favorite type / illustrations from his portfolio! But in all honesty, I’m digging everything.
I love everything about this poster. The vintage + screen printed feel of the imagery, the “grey” space, and of course … the neon typography. Plus italics. It’s the perfect little mix for a lovely poster!
Branding + packaging for a fictional flower shop. And one things for certain : I definitely wish it was for real. The kraft feel fits perfectly with florals and the typography chosen. Ugh, I’m swooning!
Here’s a sneak peek at one of the mood boards I’ve been working on for a client. We’re working towards a very classy, simple + old hollywood look … which I couldn’t be more excited about! It’s right up my alley. A goal of mine this year has been to share more of my design process and what I do on a daily basis. So here we go! Can’t wait to share more of where this is going with you all.4
There’s this quote by Einstein and it goes something like this : “Make things as simple as possible, but not simpler.” It’s a philosophy I follow more often than not when designing. When you take a brand and make it as simple as possible to convey a concept, that’s true success. Five & Dime, designed by Bravo Company is no exception here. Cheers to black, white, + simplicity!
I love the identity for En Garde, by Verena Michelitsch. Although they have many components, everything is truly cohesive with a pretty unique color palette!
I thought I’d share a little branding inspiration with you guys today! Egg Unlimited is described as “the little bakery that could,” which is exactly what this brand conveys. Through beautiful imagery and simple graphics … it just works.
I will often browse the internet for hours on end to find new + fun fonts that I don’t yet have. It’s a huge plus when they’re nicely done AND free. So, I wanted to share a few with you all that I think look lovely together or on their own. The first is a dainty script font called sofia, while the second is a sturdy slab serif called bree serif.
The main reason they work together so well is their differences. Because bree is so strong, sofia can have all that fun up there. But seriously guys, picking out fonts that match each other is really fun … you should try it sometime!