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Cassette Labels

UK-based illustrator and graphic artist Neil Stevens has recently created a new series of posters that are based on the minimalist designs of cassette inlay labels. 

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Jim Billy Wheeler    |    http://jimbillywheeler.co.uk

Based in Bristol, Jim wanted to combine his love of music and design into one crowd-pleasing project. He’s certainly hit the nail on the head with these brilliant typeface designs for his favorite bands which include Grizzly Bear, Jack White and Hot Chip. This is an ongoing project and Jim will continue to post up the rest of the music-related alphabet over on his Facebook page.

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Grey Sans, available at MyFonts | YouWorkForThem | Fontspring | Fonts.com 

goodtypography:

Grey Sans, available at MyFonts | YouWorkForThem | Fontspring | Fonts.com 

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Tobias van Schneider    |   http://vanschneider.com

“A fun project I did a couple of months ago which I totally forgot to put online. Authentic Weather is probably the most honest & human weather app out there.”

Tobias van Schneider is a multidisciplinary designer born in Germany, raised in Austria and currently living and working in New York City.  Focused on Branding & Interactive Design he always tries keep a multidisciplinary approach on all of his projects.

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Annika Weis    |    http://behance.net/annikaweis

“The strategic positioning ‘Strong Together’ was visually articulated in the overlapping of the individual letters of the brandmark. A broad spectrum of colours was used to represent core internal pillars of love, hope, strength, wisdom and belonging creating a positive brand expression for both internal and external audiences. Developing the system further, supergraphics were created using enlarged, cropped sections of the brand device. This strong visual language and colour system has been applied to all facets of the business from online, office interiors, merchandise and wayfinding signage.”

Senior designer based in Sydney, Australia. Focused on graphic design, branding and print design.

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