The look of a minimalistic branding design may seem a clean cut and boring to some but this marketing strategy is growing to be just as popular as other forms of branding.
While pop art and other creative branding show to be attention-grabbing and exhibit a great deal of expressiveness, numerous brands have been leaning towards more minimal branding. While visual branding is very important, some brands prefer a more minimal approach where its product is stripped of the creative fluff and left with only the important things. This technique focuses on the basics of design, which in turn allows clients to focus on the importance of the brand.
Though it may not be as eye-catching as a colorful label or billboard, minimalistic branding has proven to be just as effective
100 Examples of Minimalistic Branding
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Hipster Juice Packaging
Experimental Beer Branding
Minimalist Gourmet Branding
Cute Corpselike Branding
From Hipster Juice Packaging to Simply Marked Mason Jars
May 19, 2015By: Malika Renee Butss -