Weekly Inspiration #7

As a child I spent hours reading comics with a flashlight in my self-built cave. And I will definitely pre-order the facsimile edition of DC Comics Styleguide once it’s available in the EU. It was originally released in 1982. The same year I was released. :D
https://standardsmanual.com/products/1982-dc-comics-style-guide

Not really inspiration, but interesting enough, for me, that there is an ‹green› alternative for your mobile service provider. Not bad!
https://www.wetell.de/

WeTransfer released a short manifesto by Natasha Khan on «how to birth art». Beautifully illustrated and definitely worth the short read.
https://wepresent.wetransfer.com/stories/manifesto-natasha-khan-bat-for-lashes

Design podcast »A Change of Brand« started into its 5th season, starting with diving into the process of re-designing the job search platform Glassdoor.
https://www.achangeofbrand.com/

Since we all have a slight faible for the color orange, I found this restaurant branding for Athens based restaurant Gaya. Luminous Design Group used orange as key color for the identity. I do especially like the very effective of  those thick ropes that hold the menus. Makes me want to travel to Athens right now. Jámas!
https://www.luminous.gr/projects/gaya-branding/

Another one from WeTransfer: They partnered with photo director Gem Fletcher to release a nice designed guide to help photographers navigate in a changing and challenging industry. PDF attached.

Jan Erlinghagen
Creative Director / Co-Founder