Elegant Brand Identity for MONAJANS branding and digital agency

Elegant Brand Identity for MONAJANS branding and digital agency

Elegant Brand Identity for MONAJANS branding and digital agency

abduzeedo
Jul 16, 2018

MONAJANS shared a very elegant brand identity project on their Behance profile. The project was done for their company, which always makes it so much more challenging, at least for me. Have you tried to create your portfolio or a logo for yourself? Maybe things have changed now, but for me it’s always been very difficult. I am glad to see that the folks over at MONAJANS manage to accomplish something beautiful for theirs.  Continue reading

Photographer Spotlight: Kate Sweeney

A selection of work from Columbus, Ohio-based photographer Kate Sweeney. Prioritizing a sense of honesty over a set style, Sweeney further explains her approach:

“I’m passionate about documenting the human body and its connection to nature. I hope my images challenge traditional ideas about beauty, being inviting and defiant simultaneously. I want to make work that makes my subjects feel beautiful, seen, and empowered.” Continue reading

Goodwood Festival of Speed sculpture by Gerry Judah celebrates 70 years of Porsche production

The latest sculpture at the annual Goodwood Festival of Speed features six Porsche cars attached to a 52-metre-high star-shaped white structure.

Standing in front of Goodwood House in West Sussex, England, the sculpture at the 25th annual Festival of Speed was designed by British artist and designer Gerry Judah.

It was created to mark 70 years since the first production Porsche was introduced. Continue reading

Denizen Works designs “abstracted tree” viewing tower for Scottish botanical gardens

London-based architects Denizen Works has submitted planning for a observation tower containing a vertical gallery and bird hide at Inverewe Garden in Scotland.

The design has been created in response to an open brief set for Denizen Works by the garden’s owners – the National Trust for Scotland – to create a viewing tower to draw more visitors to the property.

Set on a tree-dotted slope deep within the botanical gardens, the tower houses a gallery and bird hide spread over 64 square metres of internal floor space. The intention is for the tower to function as a landmark and orientation point to entice visitors into the garden’s outer reaches. Continue reading