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Dream3D

Contributed by Slope Agency on Mar 5th, 2024. Artwork published in
circa April 2023
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Coupling intuitive interfaces with machine intelligence, Dream3D makes it easy for anyone to create beautiful, studio-quality computer graphics. With Dream3D, creatives can build nuanced 3D graphics faster.

With the tools it provides to allow creators working on flat, 2D planes to bring their designs to life through 3D graphics, Dream3D expands the possibilities for designs. Slope Agency built a brand system centered around point line and plane designs that speak to the building block foundation of the spectacular graphics users can create with Dream3D. The range of graphics in the brand system, all emerging from pixel foundations, represents the multitude of possibilities for users creating on the platform.

Honing in on the element of play, Slope created a bright, friendly palette to be used alongside a striking graphics based in pixel illustrations. Utilizing these vibrant colors and dynamic, pixel-inspired patterns, Slope designed a logomark that combines nostalgic and modern elements, and illustrates the vast possibilities of Dream3D. Combining a modern type with the more playful, distorted type, the custom mark pulls together the limitless world the brand lives in with a nod to the platform’s ability to bring tech and imagination together to push the boundaries of 3D design.

The brand typefaces are Suisse Int’l and Suisse Works, both from Swiss Typefaces. Editorial New from Pangram Pangram served as the base for the wordmark.

See the full case study on the Slope Agency portfolio website.

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  • Suisse Int’l
  • Suisse Works
  • Editorial New

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