Francesca Sanna

Francesca Sanna

Francesca Sanna is an illustrator and author who illuminates serious issues in a welcoming and endearing way. Through her book and side projects, she tackles subjects such as immigration, education, politics, and body image. Her drawings have a strong sense of narrative and feature lovable characters that confront their battles with strength and positivity. Her recent masterpiece is her book The Journey. With simple sentences and enthralling illustrations, she tells the story of a young family who flees their country to live in a safer area. The book’s fantastic imagery and clever use of color beautifully teaches children about the emotions and struggles that refugees often encounter.

Francesca Sanna

Francesca Sanna

Francesca Sanna

Francesca Sanna

Francesca Sanna

Francesca Sanna

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A’ Design Awards & Competition – Call for Submissions

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Do you have a design, photograph, or rendering that you are really proud of? Submit it to the A’Design Award Competition! The renowned event is held in Como, Italy and accepts applications for both conceptual and realized projects. Organized into 100 categories, the competition judges all areas of design including PrintVisual CommunicationPackaging, and Photography. Entries will be reviewed by a respected panel of designers, academics, and members of the media from countries around the world. In addition to the A’Design trophy, winners will receive marketing assistance, certification support, and other services to help advance their careers. Whether you are a student or a professional, don’t miss this chance to share your work with the international design community. Register now before the upcoming deadline.

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Up-Side-Down Lamp by Sergios Fotiadis – We Design

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Ecgberht of Kent Gin Label Design by 5IVE

Ray Teng Pai

Linear Task Task Light by Ray Teng Pai

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Renard GT Motorcycle by Andres Uibomäe

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Motley Color reference application by Varsha Gupta Amit Nanda

 

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Creteleon Bottle by Tasos Polydorou

Albert Salamon

TTMM (after time) Watchface Apps Collection by Albert Salamon

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A Chairs Multi Functional Chair by Yi-An Hung, Yestudio

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Amur Tiger Vodka Bottle by Guilherme Jardim

Regular submission for the competition ends September 30th, however late registration will still be available. Winners will be announced April 15th, 2018. To learn more and register for the event, please visit designaward.com.

 

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Fanette Mellier

Fenette Mellier

Brimming with bright hues and bold forms, the work of French designer, Fanette Mellier, is hard to ignore. I’m especially drawn to the identity system she crafted for Frac Aquitaine, an art museum in Bordeaux. At its center is a logo made from a reflected “A”. This emblem resembles the arrows of a compass and guides the viewer’s eye throughout the documents. It is also used to mark gutter folds in brochures, separate paragraphs, and is often superimposed over photos.

Fenette Mellier

Fenette Mellier

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Good Apples

Good Apples

Good Apples crafts brand identities and digital experiences for a wide breadth of clients. Especially impressive is their collaboration with OZO Coffee Company in which they developed the visual identity and packaging. After modernizing the brand’s logos, typefaces, and color palettes, the studio created over 50 pictograms to represent the different qualities of the roasts. These symbols are gorgeously displayed on merchandise, apparel, and packaging. I’m particularly fond of the animal icons that signify the regions from which the coffee originated.

Good Apples

Good Apples

Good Apples

Good Apples

Good Apples

Good Apples

Good Apples

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Luke Lucas

Luke Lucas

Luke Lucas is a talented typographer whose lettering has graced the covers of magazines, the walls of office buildings, and everything in between. From old style serifs to 3D scripts, he’s tackled numerous styles and often utilizes fun textures to give a unique personality to each piece. I am especially impressed with the details within his compositions. His dynamic shading and line work add a gorgeous layer of depth to his letterforms.

Luke Lucas

Luke Lukas

Luke Lucas

Luke Lucas

Luke Lucas

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Studio Makgill

Studio Makgill

Studio Makgill crafts beautiful work that is deeply inspired by their clients’ passions. While crafting the identity for the brewery Wiper and True, Makgill noticed the company’s fascination with nature and the biological process of fermentation. This motivated them to create a packaging system that depicts examples of how humans have used nature to their own advantage. The bottles feature illustrations of elephants performing at circuses, hot air balloons floating in the wind, and much more.

Studio Makgill

Makgill

Makgill

Makgill

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