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Mal de Mar designed by Face

Logo and business card with gold foil detail for on-line art, design, architecture and photography journal Mal de Mar designed by Face

Mal de Mar is a San Pedro, MX based business and on-line journal where art, design, architecture, photography and travel combine. The journal’s new identity, developed by ‘supermodernist’ design agency Face, captures and binds the timeless pursuit of knowledge and experience through travel and culture with that of the modern technological world with a contemporary fusion of light, symmetrical and consistent line work and the classic sensibilities of a broadly spaced serif logo-type.

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Little Black Book designed by Freytag Anderson

Logo and stationery with black card and white ink detail created by Freytag Anderson for advertising industry guide Little Black Book

Launched in 2006 Little Black Book is a printed guide for the advertising industry to share new ideas and was brought on-line in 2009 with the inclusion of new features such as e-newsletters, job boards and show reels. This year sees the launch of a new visual identity, created by Glasgow based interdisciplinary design agency Berg now Freytag Anderson, which takes a simple and literal visual approach to frame a broad variety of content.

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DC Comics

DC Comics - Logo and identity system developed by Landor

Following this week’s news that DC Comics is updating its identity there have been some more visuals released as to how this will draw together the diverse worlds. Designed by Landor, these variations are pretty neat in their execution and take the basic primary DC logo-mark and give it some serious character.

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Booki.sh designed by A Friend Of Mine

Logo designed by A Friend Of Mine for Booki.sh

Booki.sh is a simple to use facility for the reading and purchasing of ebooks that works across a multitude of platforms. Their new brand identity, developed by Melbourne based design agency A Friend Of Mine created an open aesthetic that blends an illustrative charm, the functionality of the internet and the accessibility of ebooks.

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