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velocitymedia-chicago:

Don’t you hate when you get a mental block when needing to design something? I came across a great site for inspiration.

velocitymedia-chicago:

Don’t you hate when you get a mental block when needing to design something? I came across a great site for inspiration.

— 1 year ago with 12 notes
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Cool art blog and even cooler Logo! 
                                          —Chad  LOGOmotive

Cool art blog and even cooler Logo! 

                                          —Chad  LOGOmotive

(Source: dfxm326)

— 1 year ago with 5 notes
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OBEY is a classic. Shepard Fairey is one of my favorite graphic designers / street artist and he has a done an excellent job at branding himself.
                                                                 -Chad  LOGOmotive

OBEY is a classic. Shepard Fairey is one of my favorite graphic designers / street artist and he has a done an excellent job at branding himself.

                                                                 -Chad  LOGOmotive

(Source: sycksociety)

— 1 year ago with 11 notes
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suspensefulgraphics:

Re- Cycles Identity designed by Michael Longton. This is probably one of the coolest designs and concepts for a brand that I have ever seen. Re- Cycles is a vintage bicycle repair store that takes old cycle frames and other parts of them and creates a new bike from these parts and make a stunning repair or restoration job.

— 1 year ago with 31 notes
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sinceeightythree:

Really loving this branding & identity work for a restaurant by Boston-based designer, Richard Arthur Stewart. The overal concept was inspired by the local port town history. More shots and work here!

— 2 years ago with 4 notes
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