Inspiration Through Observation

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Corporate identity, branding and art direction for London’s first almond milk producer; The Pressery. Super-natural goodness.”

The Pressery by Tim Jarvis.

journeyofbell said: Your top 3 favourite designers and then your top 3 design companies/studios!

1. Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe
2. William Morris
3. Massimo Vignelli

1. Eames (technically people but for sake of convenience I’ll say it’s a firm.)
2. Alessi
3. Twist Creative (a design and marketing firm in Cleveland, OH)

This was actually SO hard. I have about a million designers and design firms I love, but these 6 are what really got me initially involved in the design world.

Thanks for the awesome question :D

journeyofbell said: What would be your favourite design task/brief? :D

It would definitely have to be branding a locally run/sourced coffee shop. I dont know if that is a total cliche answer but it would honestly be a dream-come-true for me.

I think this would be my ultimate job mostly because it combines three of my favorite things: supporting local business and communities, coffee, and design. It doesn’t get much better than that.

Thanks so much for the question! Keep’um coming!

happygrays said: I could swear there was a time you could comment on a post right within the app. That would make all the difference I think.

I could have sworn that was a thing too! It made it so much easier to talk to people and have conversations. If anyone sees this that knows that happened with that let us know!!

modernarchitectstudent said: Hey, great blog! Do you prefer simple design or more intricate ornate design?

Oh man, this is a super tough question! As lame as this answer is going to seem, it’s the total truth: It honestly depends. A great example of how wide my range of interests are: William Morris and Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe are two of my favorite designers. Morris easily has some of the most ornate patterns I have ever come across, while Van Der Rohe is probably most well-known for his “form follows function” aesthetic. In a nutshell, total opposite ends of the spectrum. 

If I absolutely had to pick one or the other though, I would probably lean more towards “less is more”. As much as I am drawn to intricate patterns, designs, and aesthetics, there is just something so refreshing about taking out all the nonsense and leaving only the beautiful essentials.

Thanks for the awesome question! I had a blast thinking about it!

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Anonymous said: Hi, just curious are all your posts rebrands you've done? Or are you sharing others work?

Sharing other peoples work!