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hoploid:

HOPLOID likes ROSS BURWELL´s design.


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Ross Burwell

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designaemporter:

VanilaBCN

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VanilaBCN

septagonstudios:

Kimsey Price

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septagonstudios:

Kimsey Price

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gorg:

Design You Trust – Design Blog and Community

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gorg:

Design You Trust – Design Blog and Community

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weandthecolor:

App Icon Design
Proposal iOS icons designed by user interface designer Omar Puig for a discovery app called “sift” by start-up Wordnik. Task was to create an abstracted and graphic hot air balloon to visualize the metapher of: “like a hot air ballon this discovery app would allow the user to see a more holistic view of a topic”.
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weandthecolor:

App Icon Design

Proposal iOS icons designed by user interface designer Omar Puig for a discovery app called “sift” by start-up Wordnik. Task was to create an abstracted and graphic hot air balloon to visualize the metapher of: “like a hot air ballon this discovery app would allow the user to see a more holistic view of a topic”.

more on WE AND THE COLOR
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curioos-arts:

Mike Lythgoe (UK)

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curioos-arts:

Mike Lythgoe (UK)

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thedsgnblog:

Bryan Patrick Todd   |   http://bryanpatricktodd.com

Graphic designer living and working in Louisville, Kentucky where inspiration abounds. I believe in a simple approach, with a strong emphasis on typography and illustrated elements. What I love most about design is that there is never a dull moment. With each new project the slate is cleared and the sky is the limit. Translating my clients thoughts, ideas, and preferences into a tangible design that represents them is an incredibly rewarding process to be a part of.

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