Young designer Tino Seubert impressed us last April with his brilliant Forming History project, and now here's another project he's completed which we think is just as interesting.
More in the realm of graphic design, Tino has developed this series of illustrated posters.
"Everybody in the western world is owner of brand products or is exposed to them every day." Tino says.
"But most of the people don’t know how far the effects of those brands can go. The project ‘branding facts’ shall bring you these ‘branding’ and mostly unknown facts closer in a neutral way. For this I arranged a series of posters. Each one informs about one fact. This happens with appealing, illustrative graphics, which clarify this fact."
Topics include the slightly darker side of fashionable branding, such as the social influence of brands, plagarism and the production costs of fancy trainers; all illustrated and supported with a text that provides more detail.
Some really nice work here. We're definitely keeping an eye on this guy.