Category Archives: Typography

Samantha Mumba Covers September 2011 Issue Of Glamoholic Magazine

Glamoholic September 2011

Glamoholic September 2011

Glamoholic magazine released its September 2011 issue with actress and singer Samantha Mumba on the cover. Mumba revealed the details of her awaited come-back announcing a new movie, new reality TV show, and getting engaged! Samantha’s Glamoholic exclusive photos published with the interview were shot by Gabriel Goldberg.

The second guest of this issue is Kendra Wilkinson, who talked for the first time about the fourth season of her show on “E!” channel that will premiere on September 25th. Kendra looks on Glamoholic like you never seen her before! Kendra described her Glamoholic photo shoot by Josh Williams as “one of her favorite photo shoots EVER.”

Actor Erik Fellows talked to the magazine about the four new movies he is shooting in the coming period, including a vampire-love store film named “Dance Of The Damned”, to be directed by Katt Shea and produced by Roger Corman.

Glamoholic also published exclusive editorials featuring models Andre Condit and Fredric Johansson, in addition for a unique photography editorial by Masakazu Kurihara titled “Serine En Italie”.

Find out more onĀ http://www.glamoholic.com

Glamoholic Logo: New Vision To Fashionable Typography

Glamoholic Magazine Logo

Glamoholic Magazine Logo

The logotype of newly launched Glamoholic magazine re-creates classic fashionable typography by adding a fresh touch to it. Mixing between traditional fashion typography and modern lines and curves gave the logotype, designed by Bashar Zidane, the iconic look it needs. The logo appears on the magazine also in diamond version that adds to it another Glamoholic touch.

“Gardens Of Nazareth” Hotel Creates Its New Brand

Gradens Of Nazareth Hotel Logo

“Graphicize” reveals the new logo of “Gardens Of Nazareth” hotel, designed by the famous Middle Eastern graphic designer Bashar Zidane, who will be doing a completely new branding for the hotel, including its advertising campaign, web site, menus, etc.

The logo is inspired by the lily flower, and what it stands for to the holy land, given a luxurious touch that reflects the new image of the hotel.

Funny Typography From Lebanon!

Photos are the greatest documentation tool that can show reality of a place, and tell a lot about its identity. Graphic design exists all around us, and it says a lot about the place too! “WTF! Only In Lebanon” is a Facebook group that decided to show the funny side of Lebanon through photography, which focuses a lot on typing mistakes, but not only, the typography photographed has a lot of spirit!

Credit: “WTF! Only In Lebanon”