Post Modernism Posters by Anna Kulachek

Russian graphic artist Anna Kulachek (previously) has a faith in good typography and practices in creating swiss-clean posters for different creative events around Moscow. Below you can find her latest works

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See photos of Anna with her posters by Sergey Serov below

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And here is a graphic designer asking for her signings

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New NASA Logo Concept made by Russian

"The Russians were NASA’s chief rival during the space race, so it’s ironic that it took a young Russian named Max Lapteff to design a smart, speculative rebranding of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration logo. The mark pulls off a hat trick, referencing NASA’s illustrious past, nodding to its dreams of taking us to new planets, and ditching the dated features of the old logo." says Wired and this story seen ironically funny in all possible ways.

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Dairy Branding went street style with Pokras Lampas

It happens in Russia when Dairy Brands got Cannes Lions or request leading street artist to complete their branding. This time leading Russian modern calligraphy artist (and Calligraffiti Ambassador) Pokras Lampas was commissioned by "Molochnaya Kultura" ("Milk Culture") to create packaging for their eco-product dairy line. We salute companies that take a huge challenges to stand out by involving modern artists - that's a good way to develop the best customer relationship.

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WWF Just

To help spread WWF’s sustainability message in a new way Leo Burnett Sydney helped people rethink how they consume by creating a range products called just. 100% natural and packaged in recycled and biodegradable materials, each was an alternative to a mass-produced product, free from plastic containers. Made available at produce markets, just reminded people that they were already buying many of the ingredients they need to live more sustainably. A dedicated microsite also housed a series of simple and light-hearted ‘how-to’ videos to show how easy it is to use the products while promoting WWF’s core aim of creating a world where humanity and nature live in harmony.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fcrYg5gq7w

More videos on WWF JUST

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejbhu5wAI9w

WWF Just

To help spread WWF’s sustainability message in a new way Leo Burnett Sydney helped people rethink how they consume by creating a range products called just. 100% natural and packaged in recycled and biodegradable materials, each was an alternative to a mass-produced product, free from plastic containers. Made available at produce markets, just reminded people that they were already buying many of the ingredients they need to live more sustainably. A dedicated microsite also housed a series of simple and light-hearted ‘how-to’ videos to show how easy it is to use the products while promoting WWF’s core aim of creating a world where humanity and nature live in harmony.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fcrYg5gq7w

More videos on WWF JUST

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejbhu5wAI9w

Google Rebranding

Google got a clever rebranding concept suggested by design student Dana Kim. Even it's a raw attempt to think different and most of graphics slides down a bit to the end of presentation, the main idea is very strong and plays around doubled O converted to browser input field. Wish all student rethink real cases we face on daily basis neither experiments with new forms.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgLCXPkXEOU

Marta Cerda

Marta is a talented graphic designer residing in LA. Recently she did a collaboration for the BSIDE book, a special guide to Barcelona and the OFFF15 festival, edited by Atelier (that we posted earlier). Marta has an awesome and colourful portfolio you will want to explore on her personal website and Behance page

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Marta Cerda

Marta is a talented graphic designer residing in LA. Recently she did a collaboration for the BSIDE book, a special guide to Barcelona and the OFFF15 festival, edited by Atelier (that we posted earlier). Marta has an awesome and colourful portfolio you will want to explore on her personal website and Behance page

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SNASK

The first studio to have a rock band on stage during OFFF Festival - SNASK hails from Stockholm. Earlier they claimed to be the first studio to do the world's largest poster ever, SNASK loves to do things by hands. The latest example of it can be seen on Washington Post Magazine’s first Readers’ Favourites Issue released in April. Go dig their portfolio, and enjoy paper noise

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SNASK

The first studio to have a rock band on stage during OFFF Festival - SNASK hails from Stockholm. Earlier they claimed to be the first studio to do the world's largest poster ever, SNASK loves to do things by hands. The latest example of it can be seen on Washington Post Magazine’s first Readers’ Favourites Issue released in April. Go dig their portfolio, and enjoy paper noise

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Cheburashkini Brothers Dairy Packaging by Ermolaev Bureau

The family farm of Cheburashkini Brothers is a challenging project for the Russian market. Cheburashkini brothers are real people, who have restored four old farms in an ecologically clean Moscow region, transported highly productive European cow breed, and built up an ultramodern dairy factory. The called award-winning Ermolaev Bureau (Facebook) to create unique visual system for their dairy packaging.

The main idea of packaging design is based on typography, where initial letters of products are central elements of the design. We have designed a display sans-serif typeface with a set of weights, and for the text setting we have used the Cyrillic version of Euclid typeface from Swiss Typefaces.

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The BOID Journal Identity by ESKIMO Studio

St.Petersburg branding studio ESKIMO designed a modern face of the B.O.I.D Journal writing about the best worldwide identities and graphic designs.

"Our proposal takes inspiration in the legends of the dragon who guards his jewels in a dark cave. B.O.I.D’s logo is based on traditional European heraldic dragon images but stylised by adding sharp edges and little angularity common for cave stones. The idea of the hidden and guarded gold was implemented by designing triplex business cards (black-gold-black) and small gold accents applied to other mediums using foil block stamping technology. Each new journal project corresponds to a golden coin in the dragon’s treasury."

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