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

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

 

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12

A clever icon-slash-monogram that’s a perfect example of “Why didn’t *I* think of that?”.

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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.

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10

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.

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9

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

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Funky and a little clunky in the right places, this colorful identity feels raw, rugged, and fun just like its offering.

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Who knew canned tomatoes could look so good?

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A wide variety of elements, in seemingly different styles, come together crisply in these colorful and striking cans.

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A critter made of french fries? I’ll take a double serving, please. Life is too short to not appreciate this.

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4

A great use of the ever-trendy single-thickness drawing to create a fetching, meaningful icon. Simple and classy application too.

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3

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

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2

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.

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1

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.

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