Digital Artists Magazine

Digital Artists Magazine

Digital Artists Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Tongming Vision Correction

Tongming Vision Correction Center is a national chain organization specializing in correcting the vision of young people and children. The logo name of Tongming means pupil and bright in English and therefore, the pupil is adopted as the main design element. Three pupils of different degrees are arranged and designed to show the correction process of pupils from blurred to clear. The overall design of the logo is novel, easy to identify, and has a strong visual impact.

Continue reading

 

Japanese Kumano Kodo

There are many old roads in Japan such as Oshu Highway, Tokaido, Sanyo Highway, Kumano Kodo, Nagasaki Highway, and Minoji. With these themes, the designer has created a colorful corporate calendar. A colorful calendar with local festivals and culture as a motif. Among them, Kumano Kodo has been used as a pilgrimage to Kumano since around 908 and is still used by people today. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Continue reading

 

Mohanii

Mohanii is a fashion pioneer brand positioned at the core of the oriental spirit. The designer draws inspiration from oriental ink and wash, and endows the brand with a personality symbol of vitality and rhythm. The brand combines ink and wash to reinterpret black and white classics in the application, and uses post-modern abstract forms of expression on the basis of plane composition to form an avant-garde and artistic visual image, giving the brand a unique charm.

Continue reading

 

Artsmuzeum

ArtsMuzeum is an artistic modern online gift shop connects the past and present to share the same world. The brand is dedicated to preserving exquisite, historical moments in time, making arts more accessible through modern products, and exhibiting the deep-seated connection, people's lives have with art. When designing the logo, it wanted to capture classical stylings while pairing it with a more contemporary artistic approach to spark interest in distant works of art and show how they are still relevant today.

Continue reading

 

Unajiro

It is created the visual identity of Eel Jiro, created logos, and design them in total, from decorations to goodwill and lanterns; from chopstick bags to aprons. They were particular about the recycling mark of the chopstick bag. It is an acronym for U in Japanese katakana, U in hiragana, Umai which means delicious, and an acronym for eel. Visual identity is Japanese craftsman-like design. It wanted to put importance on the Japanese style. The prosperous business on the front cover is a wish that business will go well.

Continue reading

 

Gensyn Intellectual Property

This logo is abstractly evolved from the initial letter "G" from the enterprise's English name "Gensyn", it consists of left and right abstract single quotation marks, which means smooth communication and consultation between the enterprise and customers. The overall form is also like a "Shield", highlighting the industry characteristics of intellectual property protection. This logo is shaped by the outline of a traditional Chinese seal, and the use of blue color symbolizes the vision of steady development.

Continue reading