nacione creates football cards that feature the 2018 FIFA world cup's best moments

nacione creates football cards that feature the 2018 FIFA world cup's best moments

nacione has tried its best to create periodical cards to highlight the three best matches by week of the FIFA football world cup 2018. the branding team has got cristiano ronaldo’s amazing goal against spain, russia not giving up on their dream and croatia and belgium writing football history. this has been made by pasting the player’s celebrations into the cards with the results. additionally, colors have been added by using their flags as background. like a painting, now the world cup just exists in our memories or in the canvas.


nacione has tried its best to create periodical cards to highlight the three best matches by week

 

 

to apply the results on the artworks, consulting firm nacione has developed its official font: ‘nacione™ flag’, which is a non-sense, without-rules and rebel font. flag is a monospaced type that mixes the upper cases with the low cases. it is a font without rules; a mess like 7 x 1. the project team has focused on creating a font that you can read, but not judge. after all, they are just football cards.


the branding team has got cristiano ronaldo’s amazing goal against spain


it is that time of the year


this has been made by pasting the player’s celebrations into the cards with the results


colors have been added by using their flags as background


croatia and belgium writing football history


the 2018 world cup champions complete roster 


the international football tournament took place in russia from 14 june to 15 july 2018


the three highlighted matches of week 01


belgium, england and germany dazzled during week 02 


a fitting end to a great tournament


france beat croatia 4-2 in world cup final


complete series of the world cup cards


nacione has developed its official font: ‘nacione™ flag’, which is a non-sense, without-rules and rebel font


flag is a monospaced type that mixes the upper cases with the low cases


the project team has focused on creating a font that you can read, but not judge


like a painting, now the world cup just exists in our memories or in the canvas

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: apostolos costarangos | designboom

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