Once again, I like the simplicity of this logo, and the fact that they did so much with just a few shapes and lines. You can obviously see the white in the logo stands out when it is placed on top of the black. This makes an important point to remember to chose the right colours. This logo influences my chosen audience because it is sophisticated and simple, and the pattern has a sense of wealth and elegance to it.
Established in 1973 in Amsterdam, the Van Gogh Museum holds over 200 paintings as well as drawings and letters of Vincent van Gogh. More than 1.5 million people visit every year, making it the most visited museum in the Netherlands and, according to research by The Art Newspaper, it is the 23rd most visited museum in the world. Earlier this month the museum introduced a new identity designed by Amsterdam-based Koeweiden Postma.
Building connections with people takes place when you network. This allows you the cabability to collect their details, build up friendships and communicate with these people until such time as they put their trust in you. This allows you the chance to close an offer with him or her for those who are operating a business.
Quite Lovable is a handmade jewelry line, and the core products are animal-shaped necklaces. I tried to design an identity system that can convey not only their products, but also a sense of warmth that comes with the handmade craftsmanship.
Client: Nordkyn Designers: Neue Design Studio Description: “The visual identity is based on two main ingredients; our newly developed payoff, ‘Where nature rules,’ and weather statistics from the Norwegian Meteorological Institute. A feed of weather statistics affects the logo to change when the direction of the wind or the temperature changes. On the website, the logo updates every five minutes.”