Dutch design duo Christoph Brach and Daniera ter Haar originally started as a self initiated research project on the intensity of vegetable colour. This project then gave the studio it’s name, Raw Colour.
Now mixing the fields of graphic design and photography, their body of work is bursting with their unique style and vibrant colour combinations.
Inspired this week by Argentinian studio, Empatía. I admire their simplistic branding, choice of typography and grid layout in their folio of work.
See more of their folio here and follow them on behance here
Wow, where do I start with the young and talented studio of Snask? Their portfolio is packed with confidence, bold typography and playful pops of vibrance. For a studio that has only just celebrated 5 years, this Stockholm based brand, design and film studio have certainly set a distinctive style that is clearly really working in lots of ways. See more of their inspiring work here.
ATWTP, also know as All the way to Paris, is a ‘danish-swedish’ graphic design studio based in Copenhagen. Each of their many projects is recognisable as an ATWTP design, yet retains unique elements that sets each project apart. I’m especially a big fan of the work they created for Muuto and Circus Hein. See more of their work here and here.
I’ve mentioned the clever people at Leterme Dowling before on Sunday Best for their work on the newspaper Counter Print. Leterme Dowling’s more recent work includes the launch of Counter Prints new book ‘Animal Logo: Trademarks and Symbols’. This awesome neon covered book is a collection of 266 animal logos from around the world, neatly laid out with pops of vibrant colour throughout.
Purchase a copy on the Counter Print website here.