Artiva Design is a multi-discipline graphic design studio based in Genoa, Italy. They specialise in producing high impact minimalist branding and visual design communication. The studio was founded in 2003 by Daniele De Batté and Davide Sossi. Their distinctive style has a strong typographic and geometric aesthetic. It often leans toward pure black and white as a core colour palette. The spectacular volume and quality of work is defined by its rigorous use of the grid system. This is coupled with strong contrasting line weights and graphic pattern work.
Sydney based designer Nick Barclay has carved out a named for himself by creating beautiful graphic poster designs. His approach is typically minimal, with a strong Swiss styled design aesthetic. The inspirational work provides vast typographic inspiration and his conceptual ability allows him to interprets different topics and messages in a graphically dynamic way.
Julia Kostreva is an American designer who specialises in brand identity, strategy, direction and design. As a brand designer, she helps companies define their strategy and then translate this into a meaningful expression of the brand. Julia's style is both elegant and minimal. Her approach creates timeless and enduring work that seems to transcend design trends. This work extends to both large and small clients – focusing her effort into projects that create the highest impact and most value for growing brands.
I recently designed a new minimal look for a potential Sushi Restaurant, love the graphic simple nature of the design. It could potentially expand into a full scale identity system. The project is purely speculative at the moment.
Graphic Designer Nick Barclay has decided to pay tribute to cities and their 3 favorite colors through his minimal poster series 'Three Colors Cities'. For the city of New York, the yellow is reminiscent of the color of the taxis, the green is for the Statue of Liberty and the gray refers to the skyscrapers. On the poster of London, we find the red buses and phone booths. You get the idea, it's a fantastic and highly stylish use of the Swiss design style. The approach is something worth bookmarking if you need some killer typography examples.
The new Mobilia branding is a great example of well considered minimal design and typography. This sophisticated approach creates a brilliant parallel to the craftsmanship, detail and minimalism seen in the Mobilia furniture collections. The stunning design work by Caterina Bianchini Studio plays with primary colours, mixed pastels, illustration, patterns and a handcrafted typeface.
Simple is an award winning integrated marketing agency with specialists spanning a full range of marketing disciplines. They cover a wide range of skills including branding, graphic design, digital and advertising all rolled into one sparkling package. Simple recently completed this stunning new identity for Dr Kien Ha (renowned Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) specialist). They developed a personal brand to reflect the high quality nature of Dr Ha’s services, and to complement this a brand for his private practice.
LMNOP is a small New York based creative agency specializing in designing brand identities with a playful, yet minimal edge. LMNOP is driven by the desire to bring style and energy to businesses of all sorts. They work across a variety of mediums and collaborate with clients to help bring their ideas and inspirations to life.
I thought a few people would enjoy seeing the minimal business card design for LUXIM. The brand continues express the same stylish aesthetics as the core word mark, but extends the angular graphic elements into the background shapes. The simple clean approach helps elevate the branding into a more sophisticated space, while always keeping the logo as the hero.