Radmir Volk is a brand director, packaging designer and graphic designer currently based in Moscow, Russia, and more so, a talented creator of beautiful things. Working for clients across the globe, Volk’s work often has a minimalist feel with well-thought-out layouts and clever use of white empty space. Albeit his finished work often showcases merely the necessities while highlighting the primary, Volk’s approach towards design is analytical and investigative. With throughout research and knowledge of the past as well as current trends, Volk’s work simultaneously feels contemporary and timeless, not following a single pattern.
Combining delicate typography with bold patterns create an energetic yet timeless design
Volk’s latest client, Russian clothing, jewelry, and household goods brand Linadélika that combines its own production with other brands from Russia, America, and Europe, tasked the designer to create the visual language and identity for the brand to set them apart from others.
As a result, an energetic design concept was born with a bold appearance combining considerate typography with geometric patterns and deliberate design details, a stylish whole was born sure to catch the user’s eye. The delicate and rather minimalist sans-serif logo is combined with hand lettering, creating an interesting contrast and versatility for numerous uses.
An energetic design concept was born with a bold appearance combining considerate typography with geometric patterns and deliberate design details, a stylish whole was born sure to catch the user’s eye.
The graceful logo feels especially strong with the bold, geometric pattern that is utilized in everything from packaging to business cards. The monochrome striped pattern is highlighted with various colors in color block fashion. Overall the concept feels fresh, modern and ageless, all attributes that seem to come from Volk’s clean aesthetics and unique eye for design.