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The Best and Worst Identities of 2018, Part 6: The Best Friday Likes

Announced Jan. 3, 2019 by Armin

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The funnest, coolest, graphic-iest projects from the 40 Friday Likes published in 2018.

See also:
Part 1: The Most Notable Reviewed & Noted
Part 2: The Best Reviewed
Part 3: The Worst Reviewed
Part 4: The Best Noted
Part 5: The Worst Noted
Part 7: The Click-bait-iest Linked

 

No.

12

Bluecorp by Asís

Bluecorp by Asís

A clever icon-slash-monogram that’s a perfect example of “Why didn’t *I* think of that?”.See original post in Friday Likes 265

No.

11

Bandido by Magpie Studio

Bandido by Magpie Studio

Award for Best Integration of Coffee Lid goes to this one. The “stolen” business cards are also a great idea as it relates to the name.See original post in Friday Likes 253

No.

10

Girls Garage by Firebelly

Girls Garage by Firebelly

A Summer and after-school program for girls to learn to weld, work with wood, and handle power tools that emphasizes the garage-ness over the girliness avoids common stereotypes and is, simply, bad-ass. See original post in Friday Likes 244

No.

9

LADFEST 2018 by IS Creative Studio

LADFEST 2018 by IS Creative Studio

LADFEST has made a number of appearances in our end of year lists and the latest all-red-and-black identity was pure fire.See original post in Friday Likes 257

No.

8

Hackney Forest School by Spy Studio

Hackney Forest School by Spy Studio

Funky and a little clunky in the right places, this colorful identity feels raw, rugged, and fun just like its offering.See original post in Friday Likes 270

No.

7

Mutti Limited Edition by Auge Design

Mutti Limited Edition by Auge Design

Who knew canned tomatoes could look so good?See original post in Friday Likes 261

No.

6

Slipstream Brewing by Verg

Slipstream Brewing by Verg

A wide variety of elements, in seemingly different styles, come together crisply in these colorful and striking cans.See original post in Friday Likes 269

No.

5

Pompoms by Serious Studio

Pompoms by Serious Studio

A critter made of french fries? I’ll take a double serving, please. Life is too short to not appreciate this. See original post in Friday Likes 258

No.

4

Trinity Park Conservancy by Matchbox Studio

Trinity Park Conservancy by Matchbox Studio

A great use of the ever-trendy single-thickness drawing to create a fetching, meaningful icon. Simple and classy application too.See original post in Friday Likes 269

No.

3

Fritz Coffee Company by Jo In Hyuk

Fritz Coffee Company by Jo In Hyuk

In other unexpected animal uses, this sea lion took on many different stylistic flavors to sell coffee in all kinds of ways.See original post in Friday Likes 250

No.

2

Roll Club by Canape

Roll Club by Canape

This identity for a sushi-pizza-burger delivery restaurant may not be exactly appropriate but the fact that it actually exists and is not just a Behance flex is oddly satisfying.See original post in Friday Likes 241

No.

1

Noelle by Peck & Company

Noelle by Peck & Company

Sometimes, though, nothing beats a good, old-fashioned identity that is elegantly conceived, beautifully typeset, and richly produced as was the case for this stunning hotel project. See original post in Friday Likes 252

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