Posts Tagged ‘Logo Design’

This Week’s Most Appreciated Projects

Appreciations are a way to send genuine kudos to another creative professional on Behance. This is our community’s way of curating the network, so that the best projects gain the most exposure. Here’s a look at two of the most appreciated projects on Behance this week:


Benevolent Society, Australia’s first and oldest charity, gets a contemporary makeover with this new, colorful brand identity by Annika Weis. Check out the full project here.


Designer Aaron von Freter documents the process that goes into his vintage-looking swing tags, from the materials, to creating custom rubber stamps, and embracing all the tiny imperfections that come up along the way. See Freter’s process here.

Most Appreciated Projects on Behance

Appreciations are a way to send genuine kudos to another creative professional on Behance. This is our community’s way of curating the network, so that the best projects gain the most exposure. Here’s a look at two of the most appreciated projects on Behance this week:


Trinidadian artist Gerrel Saunders‘ series of vibrant gold lips on a matte grey background has been getting a lot of attention. The simple presentation allows the complex gold textures to pop, resulting in one of our Most Appreciated Projects of the week. Check it out here.


How do you design a logo for a store that completely changes themes every six weeks? New York-based design firm Sagmeister & Walsh was up for the challenge with this popular project.

This Week’s Most Appreciated Projects

 

Appreciations are a way to send genuine kudos to another creative professional on Behance. This is our community’s way of curating the network. Here’s a look at two of the most appreciated projects on Behance this week…


Theurel & Thomas is the first patisserie in Mexico to specialize in French macarons. Brand agency Anagrama accepted, the colorful challenge of creating a brand for this unique patisserie. Check out more photos of the the interiors, logos and package designs here.


Matthias Heiderich, a Berlin-based artist, loves to explore uninhabited landscapes and industrial architecture through photography. His recent project, Spektrum Eins, is simply and accurately described as ‘a series of colorful pictures.’