Di Cafe Deli resides on the first floor of the Sky Tower – the tallest building in Wroclaw, with an interior that is dominated by simplicity – light wood and a dark floor. Designed by the local BUCK.studio Architects, the black-and-white checkered floor, marble and cement details together with the open space and modern furniture offers a stunning setting for a delicious breakfast and brunch. Continue reading
Bucharest born, Barcelona based artist Aitch‘s latest project is a playful approach on the traditional alphabet book. In her book each letter is represented by a fruit or vegetable, depicted as a morph between the fruit’s or veggie’s shape and the female body – a beautiful tribute to natural diversity.
Świnoujście based designer Maria Mileńko was asked to design a logo for the young restaurant in Poznań, Poland – Kombinat. The logo, as simple as possible, was created with various background illustrations which work as the foundation for the whole branding. Continue reading
Typography, design and art – three things I absolutely love, and often showcase for you on #TypoThursday. The headline might already suggest that this is just another post about fonts or some typographical illustrations created using Photoshop, but no. The Type Scan Alphabet by Tony Ziebetzki deserves it’s own, and very first #TypeArtTuesday feature. Continue reading
Home is home is a packaging design by Slovakian designer Lucia Blanáriková for a small family–owned wine company, “Home is home”. The package is made from kitchen baking paper, as the design needed to look home friendly. Idea of simply wrapping the bottle with a personalised, hand printed or drawn paper is amazing, and unique. The monochrome illustrations look upscale and contemporary, corresponding to the quality of the product inside. Continue reading
M Profood Inc, a Hungarian spice producer commissioned graphic designer Dávid Baráth and the David Barath Design Studio to revamp its image. As a result an exquisite 192-page, 70 recipe cookbook The Art of Grill, closely related to the company’s profile and brand was born. Available in English, Russian and Hungarian it focuses on local ingredients, seasonality, spices, carefully planned cooking methods and the latest dietary principles.
Michael Dolejs, MA Graphic Design student from Pilsen, Czech Republic, focuses in designing user interfaces, icons, branding & print. As a design school assignment, he re-designed one of the most notorious paper currencies in the world: the US Dollar. The bank notes that everyone knows, got a fresh and graphic look in the hands of the young creative. Continue reading
Austrian designer Christine Hager‘s Lotti typeface is as beautiful as it is meaningful. Created specifically for the young creatives graduation project – a book about her late grandmother Lotti. The book is superb in it’s own editorial design, but the unique typeface elevates it to another level. The amount of detail, also considering the personal take in the project, gives it all the more meaning. Continue reading
A man whose career has run in a peculiar manner, Robert Farkas, a recent digital design graduate from the BKF University of Budapest, has followed his passion for design and arts from a young age. His undeniably wide skill set and thirst for new adventures is enviable, yet it’s his honest outlook on life and design what makes him intriguing, and definitely someone who’s brain we’d like to pick: lucky for us, he let us do exactly that! Continue reading
The logo is the face of any brand — the very first impression — so its design is extremely important. When faced with the task to design the branding for Gdynia Design Days, the biggest summer design festival in Poland, Gdynia based Negation studio focused on the logo, and build a timeless yet contemporary visual identity around it. See what went into the process. Continue reading