I really like this Branding and Web Design work for Booki.sh
Great example of identity design that doesn’t depend solely on an aesthetically pleasing logo. The underlying idea is what really communicates the brand.
The Decoder Ring Design Concern (or the DRDC) is an Austin-based design firm co-owned and operated by highly talented illustrator/designer - Christian Helms. They’ve done everything from concert posters for the likes of Spoon, Modest Mouse and the Hold-Steady to promotional work for Whataburger and SXSW.
The one thing I notice while going through their envy-inducing portfolio is how good (and by good I really mean bad-arse!) they are with type. I tend to think that good use of type in any design can take even the most modest idea and amplify it by a whole lot. With each of the work on here there’s an idea, there’s great use/mastery of type and the illustrations (particular on gig posters) are always executed so well.
In summary, I really dig this stuff, yo!
I love everything about this identity design for MoMA by Ed Nacional. The way the number 75 is handled and its lock-up with the rest of the elements in the various touchpoints is so simple yet so riveting to look at.