untitled-1991:

michael comte dutch magazine may/june 2000

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brandingdong:

Terminal - Restaurant & Bar. Branding designed by Eszter Laki, Budapest Hungary.
Architecture, interior design by 81font
Graphic design by Eszter Laki
Icons by Ákos PolgárdiPhotography by Balázs Glódi
brandingdong:

Terminal - Restaurant & Bar. Branding designed by Eszter Laki, Budapest Hungary.
Architecture, interior design by 81font
Graphic design by Eszter Laki
Icons by Ákos PolgárdiPhotography by Balázs Glódi
brandingdong:

Terminal - Restaurant & Bar. Branding designed by Eszter Laki, Budapest Hungary.
Architecture, interior design by 81font
Graphic design by Eszter Laki
Icons by Ákos PolgárdiPhotography by Balázs Glódi
brandingdong:

Terminal - Restaurant & Bar. Branding designed by Eszter Laki, Budapest Hungary.
Architecture, interior design by 81font
Graphic design by Eszter Laki
Icons by Ákos PolgárdiPhotography by Balázs Glódi
brandingdong:

Terminal - Restaurant & Bar. Branding designed by Eszter Laki, Budapest Hungary.
Architecture, interior design by 81font
Graphic design by Eszter Laki
Icons by Ákos PolgárdiPhotography by Balázs Glódi
brandingdong:

Terminal - Restaurant & Bar. Branding designed by Eszter Laki, Budapest Hungary.
Architecture, interior design by 81font
Graphic design by Eszter Laki
Icons by Ákos PolgárdiPhotography by Balázs Glódi

brandingdong:

Terminal - Restaurant & Bar. Branding designed by Eszter Laki, Budapest Hungary.

Architecture, interior design by 81font
Graphic design by Eszter Laki
Icons by Ákos Polgárdi
Photography by Balázs Glódi

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brandingdong:

Poplavok ‘fishing float’ - Restaurant. Branding, Art Direction and Graphic Design by Ira Smolikova, Moscow. brandingdong:

Poplavok ‘fishing float’ - Restaurant. Branding, Art Direction and Graphic Design by Ira Smolikova, Moscow. brandingdong:

Poplavok ‘fishing float’ - Restaurant. Branding, Art Direction and Graphic Design by Ira Smolikova, Moscow. brandingdong:

Poplavok ‘fishing float’ - Restaurant. Branding, Art Direction and Graphic Design by Ira Smolikova, Moscow. brandingdong:

Poplavok ‘fishing float’ - Restaurant. Branding, Art Direction and Graphic Design by Ira Smolikova, Moscow. brandingdong:

Poplavok ‘fishing float’ - Restaurant. Branding, Art Direction and Graphic Design by Ira Smolikova, Moscow. brandingdong:

Poplavok ‘fishing float’ - Restaurant. Branding, Art Direction and Graphic Design by Ira Smolikova, Moscow. brandingdong:

Poplavok ‘fishing float’ - Restaurant. Branding, Art Direction and Graphic Design by Ira Smolikova, Moscow.

brandingdong:

Poplavok ‘fishing float’ - Restaurant. Branding, Art Direction and Graphic Design by Ira Smolikova, Moscow.

brandingdong:

VitaPack - 0,5 kg orange packaging. Designed by Ágnes Gyömrei.
Via Behance. brandingdong:

VitaPack - 0,5 kg orange packaging. Designed by Ágnes Gyömrei.
Via Behance. brandingdong:

VitaPack - 0,5 kg orange packaging. Designed by Ágnes Gyömrei.
Via Behance. brandingdong:

VitaPack - 0,5 kg orange packaging. Designed by Ágnes Gyömrei.
Via Behance. brandingdong:

VitaPack - 0,5 kg orange packaging. Designed by Ágnes Gyömrei.
Via Behance.

brandingdong:

VitaPack - 0,5 kg orange packaging. Designed by Ágnes Gyömrei.

Via Behance.

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brandingdong:

Erszebét Square - Recreational and touristic zone in Budapest.
Identity and wayfinding designed by Hidden Characters, Hungary. brandingdong:

Erszebét Square - Recreational and touristic zone in Budapest.
Identity and wayfinding designed by Hidden Characters, Hungary. brandingdong:

Erszebét Square - Recreational and touristic zone in Budapest.
Identity and wayfinding designed by Hidden Characters, Hungary. brandingdong:

Erszebét Square - Recreational and touristic zone in Budapest.
Identity and wayfinding designed by Hidden Characters, Hungary. brandingdong:

Erszebét Square - Recreational and touristic zone in Budapest.
Identity and wayfinding designed by Hidden Characters, Hungary. brandingdong:

Erszebét Square - Recreational and touristic zone in Budapest.
Identity and wayfinding designed by Hidden Characters, Hungary. brandingdong:

Erszebét Square - Recreational and touristic zone in Budapest.
Identity and wayfinding designed by Hidden Characters, Hungary.

brandingdong:

Erszebét Square - Recreational and touristic zone in Budapest.

Identity and wayfinding designed by Hidden Characters, Hungary.

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brandingdong:

We Run NYC / Pitch / Mixed Media / Takeshi One / 2014

Via Behance.

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visualizingmath:

The Penrose Triangle
The Penrose triangle, also known as the Penrose tribar, is an impossible object. It was first created by the Swedish artist Oscar Reutersvärd in 1934. The mathematician Roger Penrose independently devised and popularised it in the 1950s, describing it as “impossibility in its purest form”.
Above: Each of the black shapes above are variations of the Penrose triangle, and all of them are a little bit impossible in some way… Source.
visualizingmath:

The Penrose Triangle
The Penrose triangle, also known as the Penrose tribar, is an impossible object. It was first created by the Swedish artist Oscar Reutersvärd in 1934. The mathematician Roger Penrose independently devised and popularised it in the 1950s, describing it as “impossibility in its purest form”.
Above: Each of the black shapes above are variations of the Penrose triangle, and all of them are a little bit impossible in some way… Source.
visualizingmath:

The Penrose Triangle
The Penrose triangle, also known as the Penrose tribar, is an impossible object. It was first created by the Swedish artist Oscar Reutersvärd in 1934. The mathematician Roger Penrose independently devised and popularised it in the 1950s, describing it as “impossibility in its purest form”.
Above: Each of the black shapes above are variations of the Penrose triangle, and all of them are a little bit impossible in some way… Source.
visualizingmath:

The Penrose Triangle
The Penrose triangle, also known as the Penrose tribar, is an impossible object. It was first created by the Swedish artist Oscar Reutersvärd in 1934. The mathematician Roger Penrose independently devised and popularised it in the 1950s, describing it as “impossibility in its purest form”.
Above: Each of the black shapes above are variations of the Penrose triangle, and all of them are a little bit impossible in some way… Source.
visualizingmath:

The Penrose Triangle
The Penrose triangle, also known as the Penrose tribar, is an impossible object. It was first created by the Swedish artist Oscar Reutersvärd in 1934. The mathematician Roger Penrose independently devised and popularised it in the 1950s, describing it as “impossibility in its purest form”.
Above: Each of the black shapes above are variations of the Penrose triangle, and all of them are a little bit impossible in some way… Source.
visualizingmath:

The Penrose Triangle
The Penrose triangle, also known as the Penrose tribar, is an impossible object. It was first created by the Swedish artist Oscar Reutersvärd in 1934. The mathematician Roger Penrose independently devised and popularised it in the 1950s, describing it as “impossibility in its purest form”.
Above: Each of the black shapes above are variations of the Penrose triangle, and all of them are a little bit impossible in some way… Source.
visualizingmath:

The Penrose Triangle
The Penrose triangle, also known as the Penrose tribar, is an impossible object. It was first created by the Swedish artist Oscar Reutersvärd in 1934. The mathematician Roger Penrose independently devised and popularised it in the 1950s, describing it as “impossibility in its purest form”.
Above: Each of the black shapes above are variations of the Penrose triangle, and all of them are a little bit impossible in some way… Source.

visualizingmath:

The Penrose Triangle

The Penrose triangle, also known as the Penrose tribar, is an impossible object. It was first created by the Swedish artist Oscar Reutersvärd in 1934. The mathematician Roger Penrose independently devised and popularised it in the 1950s, describing it as “impossibility in its purest form”.

Above: Each of the black shapes above are variations of the Penrose triangle, and all of them are a little bit impossible in some way… Source.

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brandingdong:

Lunar phase - Póster designed by Slava Kirilenko, Moscow.

brandingdong:

Lunar phase - Póster designed by Slava Kirilenko, Moscow.

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teranishibrand:

Last one of the new collection of canvas pieces. Probably the crowning achievement of the bunch. Where do I start…roll top with self cinching closure (via shoulder straps), leather straps with mil spec webbing/hardware, powder coated hardware, floating cordura liner, fully padded back, side access zip, large open “magazine” stash pocket w/subtle pen slots, vest pocket inspired front pocket, padded laptop sleeve…I think that about covers it. Phew! Pretty jazzed about this one. 🎷🎶

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intu by Heydays from Norway maybeitsgreat:

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intu by Heydays from Norway maybeitsgreat:

intu by Heydays from Norway maybeitsgreat:

intu by Heydays from Norway

maybeitsgreat:

intu by Heydays from Norway

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