I love this identity for Pino. The color palette and logo translate so well across multiple mediums. You can see more here.
"Pino is a market place for unique, functional and innovative design objects. The idea for the concept camefrom the name of the shop, Pino, which means a ‘pile’ or ‘stack’ in Finnish.That is taken visually into the new logo and the design of the shop fixtures.The interior concept with a subtle colour palette works as a background for thefresh, colourful identity and products."
This beautiful book project by Jon Wong is so clean and nice. I love the typography and color choices.
"Exploradonia is the name of a fictitious country that was kept off the map as a result of the Cold War. However, the island has since been made public and is looking to boost it’s tourism economy. The book was modeled after a travel guide, and the country was used as a vehicle to discuss the merits of exploring in all its forms: through education, exploring in nature & by using technology."
My best friend Ben, who moved to NY last year, had these prints by Nathaniel Russell hanging in his apartment. I am missing him a lot, and I am also glad to see that Russell now had a website and an online store!
All photos of work taken from Nathaniel Russell's website.