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I love it when part of one number or letter serves as the structure for another one.

Arrangement and thoughts behind this are really clever. Use of colour cross over works really well and is something i would really like to try in my own work. I have a logo designed that incorporates this idea.

Tobacco Tins. What historical influences do you find here—try the Industrial Revolution or Arts and Crafts.—Prof. Zeller

how can tobacco tins be this beautiful? What historical influences do you find here—try the Industrial Revolution or Arts and Crafts.

artilettres p28 | by pilllpat (agence eureka)

artilettres p28 | by pilllpat (agence eureka)

Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #737

I keep on finding this alphabet poster over and over, I absolutely adore the colors and treatment. It is definitely so fresh and modern. Make sure to check out Tim Fishlock, he is amazing.

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A beautiful concept but the ultrafine lines will disappear if this were ever reversed. Logotype Design by Jody Koay Published by Maan Ali

White October – corporate identity. The mark, intended to be both flexible and playful, is derived from an isometric grid which forms the letter ‘W’. This structure allows for limitless variations of the logo – sometimes bright and vibrant, at other times retained and monochromatic.

The mark, intended to be both flexible and playful, is derived from an isometric grid which forms the letter ‘W’. This structure allows for limitless variations of the logo – sometimes bright and vibrant, at other times

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