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MICA Grad Show 2014    |    View on Behance

This year-long project pulled together content from the Maryland Institute College of Art’s sixteen graduate programs to promote and record graduating student work. They developed an identity system that looks great on its own but can also showcase bright artwork, then designed and developed a responsive website, mailers, poster, and forthcoming print catalog.

Design: Nour Tabet, Richard Blake, Emma S. Forbes, Yingxi Zhou

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14 Jul

Harley Jackman    |    http://harleyjackman.com

"As one of my university briefs, for the 2015 design I decided to reimagine the festival and create a clean, simple brand that is easily expandable across multiple formats and/or event collateral. The concept behind the brand mark was that each of the vertical or diagonal strokes represents element of the festival, whether that be dance, theater or visual art, etc. Only when brought together as a group, it forms the letter ‘M’; only when brought together, it becomes the MOFO festival."

Harley Jackman is a graphic designer from Melbourne, Australia. He is focused on graphic design, branding, typography and print design.

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14 Jul

Quote of the week - 07/07/2014

Drew Ellis   |   http://dribbble.com/DrewEllis

Drew is a graphic designer based in Alexandria, Virginia, USA. He graduated from Virginia Tech with a degree in Graphic Design, where he won numerous awards for his design. It was at Tech where he developed his love for design. When not at work Drew spends his time riding his motorcycle and exploring new areas of design and fine art.

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8 Jul

Pawel Nolbert    |    http://nolbert.com

"Series of posters exploring form and rhythm of letters or pseudo-letters presented as half-realistic, half-illustrative figurative sculptures. The artworks were built from an elaborate artistic painterly gestures into expressive arrangements – extending the aesthetic characteristic of typography."

Pawel Nolbert - Warsaw based Illustrator, Art Director, Graphic Designer. Since 2005 working on creative personal & commercial projects worldwide, freelance.

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1 Jul