Aleksandra Gołębiewska

Aleksandra Gołębiewska

Aleksandra Gołębiewska
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Somi Branding by Julia Kostreva | Fivestar Branding – Design and Branding Agency & Inspiration Gallery

Somi Branding by Julia Kostreva | Fivestar Branding – Design and Branding Agency & Inspiration Gallery

Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord by Violaine & Jeremy:

Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord by Violaine & Jeremy:

Absolutely love this packaging and identity for Mateja Kovač , designed by Mireldy .   Mateja Kovač is a successful Croatian illustrator an...

Absolutely love this packaging and identity for Mateja Kovač , designed by Mireldy . Mateja Kovač is a successful Croatian illustrator an...

#brand_business_cards | Neon Yellow Edge Painting And Beautiful Calligraphy On A Letterpress Business Card For A Makeup Artist

#brand_business_cards | Neon Yellow Edge Painting And Beautiful Calligraphy On A Letterpress Business Card For A Makeup Artist

Damned impressive, but I can't imagine the price tag. Transparent Identity Cards for "Another Art"

Damned impressive, but I can't imagine the price tag. Transparent Identity Cards for "Another Art"

the design alphabet: Warpe Design + Roma Winkel + Wren Handmade

the design alphabet: Warpe Design + Roma Winkel + Wren Handmade

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The Korean Film Festival Branding by Il-Ho

The Korean Film Festival Branding by Il-Ho

A new commission for .net magazine on the subject of designing web forms. The focus of the article was how forms make sense out of chaotic information, so I wanted to reflect that in the typography, almost as if it were being tuned in so it started off distorted before becoming legible and orderly. By Steven Bonner

A new commission for .net magazine on the subject of designing web forms. The focus of the article was how forms make sense out of chaotic information, so I wanted to reflect that in the typography, almost as if it were being tuned in so it started off distorted before becoming legible and orderly. By Steven Bonner