I recently started my own creative studio called Hönshuset (swedish for the hen house). My studio is set in an old sunroom in the countryside of Jutland, Denmark. Here my husband and I are the fourth generation living in a old country house 600 from the… Read More
I love when creative people work on personal projects. Like this one by S.F. based designer Do-Hee Kim. Every day for a 100 days Kim designed and coded a unique typographic design using only Google Fonts and CSS. When asked what the hardest thing was she replied: Coming… Read More
This beautiful crafted book is made by Singapore-based Foreign Policy Design Group (this is my third blogpost about the talented design studio). They made a beautiful book filled with anecdotes and visuals from some of the best brands in Singapore.
This visual identity is indeed beautiful. But what I like most about it is the people behind it – Jesse and Elliott. Together they run the mobile studio ‘man man van’ from a minivan located somewhere in the US. You can follow their journey/worklife on… Read More
If you ever go for a walk in the narrow and cobbled streets of Florence, Italy you may find the little Tea Shop Tealicious. Alvarez Juana is the designer behind Tealicious beautiful visual identity. I would love to sip delicious tea in Italy from a cup as beautiful as this.… Read More
There is something simple and yet so beautiful about Japanese graphic design. I’ve never been to Japan, but I really want to go. To explore the nature, the culture, the cities, the food, the Buddhism and the design & art scene – all so very different… Read More
Pink and feminine visual identity and packaging design by Hungarian graphic designer Eszter Laki. She painted the hummingbirds with watercolors. I really wanna go to Budapest someday and visit the small cafe CHEZ DODO on Sas street – sip coffee and eat the sweet… Read More
Beautiful work by Mexico-based design studio Anagrama. I have mentioned Anagrama several times on this blog before due to their fantastic visual identity projects fx this one and this one. Especially their choice of color makes the identites stand out. Via Pinterest
I spent saturday night finishing the new design on my blog. I hope you all like it. The old theme was 3 years old, so I thought it would be nice with a little change.
I came across the work of graphic designer Judit Besze via Behance, where I often search for inspiration. I fell in love with her work immediately. If you want to see more – take a look at this project and also this project.