Business Cards 3: Designs on Saying Hello is an interesting book, providing a detailed overview of the specifics of graphic design in business cards. The book contains intersting materials such as different designs related to people from different industry segments: designers, chocolate manufacturers, internet providers etc. The business card is a key element building the first impressions about a person, and is a cornerstone of the visual identity of every brand.
Identity is the strive of every designer…architects are no exception. We carefully chose several visual examples from the architecture segment. The focus is on graphic designers, however it is encouraging that architects pay specific attention to their graphic and visual identity. Good architecture requires sound knowledge in graphic and visual presentation, as mentioned in one of our previous articles good architectural studios have developed a highly recognizable and diverse graphic identity.
Design: Project Projects / Client: WORK ac
WORK ac’s logo is different every time:
Design:GiveUsWork / Client: MADE Arhitekti
Latvian graphic designers + latvian architects =
Design:Foundry / Client: Times Two Architects
Design:Mission Design / Client: Lund + Slaatto Arkitekter
an example from Norway:
A few good examples from Bulgaria :
visual identity of a residential building:
The collection list is not exhaustive; one could think of other good examples …maybe in the following articles:)