Love ideas like this, simple but so different, I'm guessing it's inspired by a sundial or just by light and shadow in general. Like the use of shadow as the design element!

The creator of these logos has used a unique approach to typography. By playing with and arranging letters, very creative logos were formed. These simple, yet interesting logos are an example of the power that typography can have in design.

signage design

Really cool cafe signage using coffee cups - comm design / sign

Andaz Room #....

Room number sign at Andaz Hotel

Fire by Formfusion.

Fire by Formfusion. An unobtrusive powder-coated steel bracket conceals a fire extinguisher and a first aid kit but provides easy access in case of an emergency.


die cut metal with spotlight - style is way off but a corner sign at and Woodstock would be highly visible.

SPACE CADET — satsuki shibuya / journal

A sign that wraps the corner would be cool (bigger and cooler than this, obviously, but i like the idea)

3d Signage/a sign that says "The Cube" to cover the hole in the wall. Maybe it could be a light?

Signage/a sign that says "The Cube" to cover the hole in the wall.

Blade Vacuum Pump, Red

Blade Vacuum Pump design by Menu

SALE letters...hanging by a Gola, London

Gola, London

A nice take on the typical sale sign.

QV Melbourne wayfinding graphics

Latitude Group: QV Melbourne wayfinding graphics

Next Entrance

Next Entrance

Not every exit is an entrance. Not every entrance is an exit.

Oversized stuff. When you have all this space, it is almost a crime to let it lay fallow! "car park wayfinding // BrandCulture Communications"

100 Things // Catergorise & Communicate // Signage and Wayfinding

Fun way to spice up those legally required “EXIT” signs.

Fun way to spice up those legally required “EXIT” signs.

#grafica #design #segnaletica

Awesome Signage Design

Sooner or later every graphic designer is asked to design a signage for a storefront or general way finding. Here are some awesome signage design inspiration I have been collecting from everywhere. Hope you enjoy them.

The artwork above is part of an exhibit called The Happy Show in which graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister visually explores his journey in cognitive therapy, meditation and mood-altering pharmaceuticals to train his mind to be happier.

The graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister has created an unusual exhibition called “The Happy Show” that opens on Wednesday at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia.