Design shots from Barcelona
No Parking. I saw this sign everywhere, love the colors.
Saw this on a napkin at a small bar. Look at that Dachshund. Proud.
Fantastic sign made of wooden triangles and blocks for a Japanese restaurant.
Not sure what this sign was for, a bank maybe, but I love that bear. So good.
Spotted this intricate thing on a Gaudi building at Park Güell. Pretty metal.
Drawing in the museum at Sagrada Família by Josep Maria Subirach. Beautiful, love his linework.
The Correos logo is awesome. I think they're a post office or courier.
Badass sugar packet courtesy of Lufthansa Airlines. Great type.
We flew Condor over the Atlantic. Love their logo.
When I’m in a different part of the world I tend to keep my eyes open for cool design-related stuff. Signs, logos, packages or whatever. Each city I visit tends to have vastly different aesthetics then what I’m accustomed to in Canada, and Barcelona didn’t disappoint.
Here are a few quick snaps I took with my iPhone and camera as we walked around the city after I finished my duties at OFFF. Some great examples of design and typography, I even liked their “No Parking” signs.
I’m busy gathering photos and writing my OFFF Barcelona recap post. Had a great time, stay tuned for that one soon.