Discover our selection of best graphic design and branding projects featured in 2015 on WE AND THE COLOR!
After yesterday’s announcement of our best photography features in 2015, it’s time again for another “best of”. Today I would like to nominate our hand-picked selection of best graphic design and branding projects that were also featured in 2015 on WE AND THE COLOR. The collection consists of 8 inspiring projects, which were realized by different graphic designers and branding studios. Each work is characterized by an outstanding creative achievement as well as an excellent graphic realization.
These are our 8 most inspiring graphic design and branding features from 2015. The order of our listing does not constitute a ranking.
First in our list of best graphic design and branding features in 2015: Communication design by studio empatía for Ciudad de juguetes.
The Buenos Aires, Argentina based graphic design studio was asked to create the communication design for “51a. Ciudad de juguetes”, a cultural project dedicated to support and promote handcrafted toys as well as the entire industry around this topic. Empatía’s solution provides a visual language based on playfulness, clean typography, and colorful graphics. The eye-catching layouts give the design a fresh and positive touch. You can see motre here.
200 logos created in 2 months by graphic designer Mats-Peter Forss.
As a self-initiated project, Finnish graphic designer Mats-Peter Forss challenged himself to create 200 unique logos within 2 months. From May to June 2015, he did not much more than creating logos. Mats-Peter Forss said about his project that it was a lot of fun but at times it was very difficult to stay focused. This great achievement definitely belongs in our selection of best graphic design and branding inspiration in 2015. You can see all 200 logos here.
Branding, graphic design, and typography by studio Noeeko for Branch Creative.
Noeeko, a Warsaw, Poland based studio designed a striking visual identity focusing on a playful typography treatment. The Polish studio developed a wide range of printed products including business cards, letterheads, envelopes, and promotional items. The project was realized much earlier, but it has been featured on WE AND THE COLOR in 2015, that’s why it should not be missing in our list of best graphic design and branding inspiration. See the full project on WE AND THE COLOR.
“Hemingway and the Sea”, minimalist book cover designs created by Kajsa Klaesén for a School of Visual Arts project.
Gothenburg, Sweden based graphic design student Kajsa Klaesén has created these beautiful book covers for a School of Visual Arts project. She has designed a collectors box and covers of three novels by Ernest Hemingway: “To Have and Have Not”, “The Old Man and the Sea”, and “Islands in the Stream”. Get more information about this beautiful student project here.
Corporate identity developed by Build for Studio Aves.
Creative agency Build has created this beautiful corporate identity for Studio Aves, a new design practice based in the UK. The creative team developed a corporate identity based on a fine color mix and graphic shapes. The result speaks for itself. You can see more of this project on WE AND THE COLOR.
Communication design by FP Creative that celebrates the legendary Land Rover Defender.
The end of 2015 is also the end of the production of the legendary Land Rover Defender. The team of FP Creative marked this occasion by creating informative stories that communicate the rich history of this unique and very popular off-road vehicle. More images and information about this outstanding graphic design project can you find here.
A series of letter-inspired stamps created by graphic design student Fabian Fohrer.
This is another outstanding student work in our selection of best graphic design and branding features from 2015. As a personal project, Fabian Fohrer has created this letters inspired collection of stamps. The German design student transformed each letter of the Latin alphabet into a simple graphic. Here you can see some close ups.
Swiss Ritual, one album per week through the lens of Swiss minimalism.
Swiss Ritual is an ongoing project with the intention to explore the visual realm in its most minimal form by creating one alternative album cover per week through the lens of Swiss minimalism. This great project is a must-have in our selection of best graphic design features from 2015. You can see more artworks of the project here.
That was our hand-picked collection of some of the best graphic design and branding features in 2015 on WE AND THE COLOR. Do not hesitate and have a look at our Graphic Design and Branding categories to find more inspiring work.