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July 2016 Archives

29
July
2016

Refinery 43

posted in Identity  at 9.51 PM from Home . Arles / France
Refinery43 via www.mr-cup.com
 
Added to other things, we are working hard on the new Mr Cup shop and the studio web site. So when a studio launch a new web site, I think it is important to share it, specially with nice projects like Refinery 43. Selection.
 
Refinery43 via www.mr-cup.com
 
Refinery43 via www.mr-cup.com
 
Refinery43 via www.mr-cup.com
 
Refinery43 via www.mr-cup.com
 
Refinery43 via www.mr-cup.com
 
Refinery43 via www.mr-cup.com
 
Refinery43 via www.mr-cup.com
 
Refinery43 via www.mr-cup.com
 
Refinery43 via www.mr-cup.com
 
Refinery43 via www.mr-cup.com
 
Refinery43 via www.mr-cup.com
 
Refinery43 via www.mr-cup.com
 
refinery43 mrcup 11
 
27
July
2016

Caffe Pagani by Eskimo Design

posted in Identity | Packaging  at 10.33 PM from Home . Arles / France
eskimo caffe pagani via www.mr-cup.com
 
Another amazing project by Eskimo design from Russia, the studio of Pavel Emelyanov I present here several times.
 
eskimo caffe pagani via www.mr-cup.com
 
eskimo caffe pagani via www.mr-cup.com
 
eskimo caffe pagani via www.mr-cup.com
 
eskimo caffe pagani via www.mr-cup.com
 
eskimo caffe pagani via www.mr-cup.com
 
eskimo caffe pagani via www.mr-cup.com
 
eskimo caffe pagani via www.mr-cup.com
 
eskimo caffe pagani via www.mr-cup.com
 
eskimo caffe pagani via www.mr-cup.com
 
eskimo caffe pagani via www.mr-cup.com
 
eskimo caffe pagani via www.mr-cup.com
 
eskimo caffe pagani via www.mr-cup.com
 
eskimo caffe pagani via www.mr-cup.com
 
eskimo caffe pagani via www.mr-cup.com
 
eskimo caffe pagani via www.mr-cup.com
 
21
July
2016

Franklyn studio

posted in Identity  at 7.58 PM from Home . Arles / France
Franklyn studio via www.mr-cup.com
 
BP&O is the inspiring blog of Richard Baird, a British freelance designer and writer. His selection of identity project is always accurate and I want to thanks him for sharing the work of Franklyn, a design studio from New York. Selection. 
 
Franklyn studio via www.mr-cup.com
 
Franklyn studio via www.mr-cup.com
 
Franklyn studio via www.mr-cup.com
 
franklyn mrcup 05
 
Franklyn studio via www.mr-cup.com
 
Franklyn studio via www.mr-cup.com
 
Franklyn studio via www.mr-cup.com
 
Franklyn studio via www.mr-cup.com
 
Franklyn studio via www.mr-cup.com
 
franklyn mrcup 12
 
Franklyn studio via www.mr-cup.com
 
18
July
2016

Ben Johnston "The art of lettering"

posted in Graphic | Varied others  at 9.58 PM from Home / France
Ben Johnston via www.mr-cup.com
 
Ben Johnston is one of the inspiring lettering artist featured in Walter magazine vol2. Here comes a selection of his latest projects.
 
Ben Johnston via www.mr-cup.com
 
Ben Johnston via www.mr-cup.com
 
Ben Johnston via www.mr-cup.com
 
Canadian-born Ben Johnston is a 28-year old self-taught designer who grew up in Cape Town, South Africa. After a brief stint in industrial design, Ben started focusing on traditional graphic design, with a preference for creating typographic illustrations from scratch. His industrial design experience gives him the ability to break the confines of 2D and 3D, enabling him to bring his designs to life. Ben’s portfolio includes a prolific selection of completed projects for renowned ad agencies and major overseas clients. But it’s his handwritten designs that people talk about the most: huge handwritten typographic murals. Ben is currently based in Toronto as a full-time freelancer.
 
Ben Johnston via www.mr-cup.com
 
Ben Johnston via www.mr-cup.com
 
Ben Johnston via www.mr-cup.com
 
Ben Johnston via www.mr-cup.com
 
Ben Johnston via www.mr-cup.com
 
Ben Johnston via www.mr-cup.com
 
Ben Johnston via www.mr-cup.com
 
Ben Johnston via www.mr-cup.com
 
See more of Ben work in this past post and on his web site benjohnston.ca
Ben Johnston via www.mr-cup.com www.waltermag.com
 
Ben is featured in Walter magazine in an article about "The art of Lettering" : “Lettering” is the art of drawing words or letters, unlike calligraphy which is the art of writing them, or typography which is the art of the printed letter! Using this simple definition, we can ask ourselves in what ways does this art take shape, because there is no tool, format, or medium limit. the letters and words can be drawn on walls or musical instruments, with coins on the ground, or with bacteria samples in the new york subway! Get wakter 2 for a selection of inspiring 
and inspired projects!
 

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