GAME OF THRONES 80/90s ERA CHARACTERS
- Daenerys Targaryen and Drogon, Rhaegal and Viserion.
- Jon Snow.
- Jaime Lannister (Who also believe that Jaime would make a perfect “Miami Vice” detective if he was sent in the 90s? ^_^)
- Joffrey Baratheon.
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Working on a new book cover for a musical legend’s biography. I’m beyond excited about how it’s coming together. I still have a good deal of work, however.
Stay tuned for more updates.
(Feel free to give me some feedback if you have any… the clients are very particular so I won’t have final say on all matters)
Guys. All I want to do is keep one plant alive… just one.
Know were you stand: Modern Day Locations blended with Major Historical Events by Seth Taras
1. The Hindenberg Disaster of May 6, 1937
2. Allied soldiers rushing the beach at Normandy in June 1944
3. The Fall of the Berlin wall in 1989
4. Adolf Hitler touring Paris and standing in front of the Eiffel Tower in 1940
Michael Doret takes us through the development of the Wreck-It Ralph logo for Disney.
I love those sketches. Often times, what ends up in the “kill pile” is more interesting than the sanitized, idiot-proofed final product. I’m not claiming that’s the case here… You can decide that for yourself! Which is your favorite iteration of the logo?
Rebranding The World MarketEmmy DorchakWho We AreA company seeking to capture a taste from every corner of the world and bring it to the average shopper.With the authentic selections and diversity of products, there is something for every shopper in our stores.Our GoalsTo create a high-end, international home decor and fresh market with samples from across the globe
A beautiful branding package by a friend of mine
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
Stand set out to create a marque that captured the variety of courses on offer at the Conservatoire. We started by trying to find a constant — a visual link between the disciplines. We found this link in the visual language of multi-track sequencers. Software such as Logic, Final Cut Pro or GarageBand use multiple lanes of information to capture performances. We immediately caught onto the notion of channels (bass, drums, vocals, video, scripts and scenes) representing the various department disciplines — which all come together to form the overall performance — the Conservatoire.
The final marque is a vertical representation of these multi-track lanes, forming the letters R, C and S. This is intentionally discreet. The grid also represents Glasgow — the Conservatoire’s home. Customised serif typography was chosen to balance and soften the geometric nature of the graphic and this sans/serif interplay is applied throughout the brand literature.