Behind Brands™: An interview with Tom Lenartowicz aka Thrilly

We sat down with graphic designer Tom Lenartowicz, aka Thrilly, to talk to him about how he got started with design, his process and how he approaches a brand identity project.

Brandpad
Brandpad
Jun 6, 2019 · 8 min read
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Tom Lenartowicz. Photo by Richard Ashton.
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Thrilly brand placement… in a pond (2008) / Thrilly “Brand Loyalty” stickers (2011)
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Thrilly “TLC Shop Drop” homepage (2006) / MonthRag, Issue 12 (2007)
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Surfshop.no logotype
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Surfshop.no mug shot
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Surfshop.no customised surf board. Photo by Mats Kahlström
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Surfshop.no logomark
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Surfshop.no primary logo

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Brandpad is where brands live and prosper. We write about things we think and lessons we learn while building a dedicated format for brands.

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Written by

Brandpad

The team behind Brandpad. We write about visual identities and design processes while running a brand guidelines system for designers.

Brandpad

Brandpad

Brandpad is where brands live and prosper. We write about things we think and lessons we learn while building a dedicated format for brands.

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