Inspiration Lab


HelloMe
May 16, 2012, 7:04 am
Filed under: Graphic Design

So since I’m in Berlin I figure it’s appropriate to blog a few Berlin based graphic designers. So here’s HelloMe. I’m especially impressed with these two projects for music clients. One centered around exploring colour and one a really original display type I just think they both rock!

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The colors are amazing! Love the work!

Comment by crampmystyle

Hi Julie-
Yes…very nice colors and detail, a must in the music biz. I see the perfection in all your works! I agree; a visual set up can tell more than words sometimes….. see my song lyric with pics:

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Comment by coolcatcalCal

Beautiful work.

Comment by jumpforjoyphotoproject

Wow -wow – wow. This is so amazing! It’s a piece of art that is actually original! That’s so hard to find these days absolutely love it!

Katie
http://katieraspberry.wordpress.com/

Comment by Katie Raspberry

Great stuff! gonna check it thoroughly now

Comment by surebetfinder

Awesome!

Comment by The Wandering Youth

Reblogged this on Non-fiction Only and commented:
Typography + Abstract = AWESOME

Comment by Pixie

Great art, they are really cool. The one on the last photo is quite stunning. Thanks for sharing. :)

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Comment by Alyssa

very nice very different

Comment by arul

Love those!!

Comment by Neato VInes

inspiring indeed

Comment by urbandud

Last photo is amazing. I think Berlin is quite a place for an interesting art pieces.

Comment by sleepingowls

That last one reminds me of a museum piece I once saw.

Comment by ramiungarthewriter

Exceptonal!

Comment by Novelty

Cool post, and congrats on being freshly pressed.

Comment by Richard McCargar

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Comment by ∆ηѕнυℓ_Vi&]=[∆ℓ

That second batch of shots is quite wild. Great feel to them. Thanks for sharing!

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Comment by dyefeltsool

Really nice graphic and colors! Nice to see something so original. Thanks for sharing. You Matter! Smiles, Nancy

Comment by juststartwithmonday

good

Comment by anugrahnanda

I wasn’t a huge fan of Berlin.. but it is alright. Anyway, following you now :D

Comment by Jamie Lee's Glass Mall

Inspiration is the word, congratulations !

Comment by Monicelli

That typography is really something!

Comment by cathka

I love the vivid colors, this one sure does “speak” to me :)

Comment by Ronique Nicole

They really do rock!

Comment by backpackerina

didnt understand anything.. but looks good:)

Comment by scribbleofhappygoluckygal

The second image is kind of unsettling for me, but I really love the ones that look like paint splatters. I guess it’s because I like Abstract Expressionism, but it could also be because the palatte is similar to one that Franz Marc utilized a lot. I’m thinking of The Little Blue Horses in particular. Anyway, really beautiful stuff. Congrats on being freshly pressed!

Comment by theyellowranger

Pretty Cool. I am not a person who understands or wants to pretend in any way I do, but its all worth it to look at the cool colors. I am glad I stumbled!

I don’t do photography at such a exciting level but I do write with all the energy! Whenever you want to check it out at http://www.swampweapon.wordpress.com

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