Whether you’re a hardcore fan or just don’t give a damn about Game of Thrones, you probably know the main characters.
Why do they act like that? Because each one of them is a perfect representation of their house, embodying its meanings, mottos, and personalities.
We can establish a parallel between the show house’s and competing brands, with different approaches towards the market (the throne).
You know the expression: the best design is the invisible one. And as cliché, as it might seem, we all tend to agree on it.
Even designers — who are curious and attentive people — see everyday objects without taking a second good look at them.
A great everyday example is the power button or better yet, the power symbol. Have you ever consider why is it like the way it is?
It’s one of the biggest trends and something that has been all over the media due to Tidying Up with Marie Kondo Netflix’s series. It’s Minimalism.
However, before being a recent approach to a clutter-free and happier lifestyle, Minimalism appeared as an artistic movement born out of a very different context.