Designed by & Smith | Country: United Kingdom
“Surgical Aesthetics is founded upon the skills and values of surgeon Jan Stanek FRCS who has been at the forefront of his profession for a large part of the last 30 years. Building on his experiences across the field he has created a centre of excellence providing considered medical advice.”
Designed by Departures® | Country: United Kingdom
Designed by Seesaw Design | Country: Australia
“Founded in 2009, IF Architecture is a dynamic and evolving interdisciplinary practice, which aims to respond to the social, cultural, political, technological and environmental conditions of modern life through critical investigation design and research, producing ambitious and innovative urban environments, buildings and interiors. Each project is conceived in its own right, developed through its own requirements and the aspirations of the client, specific to its site and the surrounding context, encompassing of the program and relative to its function, respectful of the operator and purpose built for the end user – each project is newly innovated.
The resulting brand was designed to reflect IF Architecture’s bespoke approach. Work completed included art direction, identity development, website design and stationery items.”
Designed by Anagrama | Country: Mexico
“B&R is a legal assessment and services firm. The alliance of two previous agencies, which occurred recently, generated a new firm. The main objective of this project was to make the new firm communicate in the same way International legal entities communicate, thinking in long term continuous growth.
We believe that a company´s identity not only must make a promise of who the company is, but also promise its future.”
Designed by Teacake Design | Country: United Kingdom
“Every man needs a tailor and very bespoke tailor needs a bespoke identity to promote their traditional craft to a modern and sophisticated audience. It was our job to do just this and with the help of the very talented illustrator Ilyanna Kerr we created this logo using a traditional serif typeface and traditional line drawing of a master tailor’s most important tool. So far we have produced a set of hand pressed business cards on stunning lilac Colorplan in a robust 540g. Packaging and a full website are underway including carrier bags, shirt boxes and silk tie envelopes for their new showroom.”
Designed by Kerr Vernon Graphic Design | Country: United Kingdom
“These business cards and notepads were letterpress printed onto GF Smith Colorplan cool grey 540gsm board using 4 colour inks and a black.”
Designed by Sweet Creative | Country: Australia
“Ford Property stationery, duplex printed on puffin blue & sombre grey paper.”
Designed by Heydays | Country: Norway
“ITI is a pioneer in automation technology, solving everyday challenges in all parts of life. With a clear strategic focus, ITI is making better life quality everywhere – in private life, corporate buildings, public space and healthcare. The brand communication we developed for ITI is built upon the business idea itself. Appearing different on every surface, the visual expression is a representation of life, freedom and possibilities. We established their core values and developed full visual identity program and slogan.”
Designed by DARE Vancouver | Country: Canada
“In Vancouver, DARE is a merger of a traditional agency and digital shop, so we wanted business cards that also combine old with new.
We created an online tool where employees could upload a picture of themselves, and enter their email, phone numbers and other contact info. An ASCII image of the employee was automatically created using only characters from their own contact information.
We then printed their personalized card designs on a letterpress printer, to further emphasis the idea of traditional processes meeting digital techniques.”
Designed by IYA Studio | Country: United Kingdom
“IYA created the brand for this London based fine art publisher.
The first edition is due to launch in May 2011 and with IYA producing the packaging and collateral.”« Prev — Next »