Designed by Will Dymoke | Country: United Kingdom
“EnviroCapital raises funds for the installation and running of agricultural anaerobic digesters (a form of renewable energy) I’ve strived to capture the essence of their services in a simple, clear, effective and intelligent way.
The rings of the green imperfect diamond shapes represent the off cuttings, the waste. The rotation of each of the rings generates movement within the logo creating a feel of pulsating energy. The circular formation of individual parts also explores the idea of community and through allegiances with one and another allows us to form something much larger than they initially could have when standing alone.”
Designed by Mother New York | Country: United States
“Founded in 1974, Maison Gerard specializes in Fine French Art Deco Furniture, Lighting and Objects d’art. Maison Gerard approached Mother New York to re-design their brand identity and communications to coincide with the opening of a new gallery/showroom on East 10th Street. Mother NY created an identity that speaks to the tradition of the Deco period while reenforcing a contemporary point of view. This modern edge is communicated with printed materials, typography and photography that helps differentiate Maison Gerard from its competitors both within the United States and internationally.”
Designed by lg2boutique | Country: Canada
“F. Ménard is a family hog breeding and processing business. The company, which was founded 50 years ago by Fulgence Ménard, is managed today by his children and grandchildren. F. Ménard has more than 1,000 employees and produces 20,000 pigs/hogs per week which makes the company one of the largest pork suppliers in Quebec. The company exports the majority (65%) of its production to countries around the world including Australia, Japan, Mexico, Russia, South Africa and the United States.”
Designed by Brandcentral | Country: Ireland
“The client had 3 requirements:
1) Clean uncluttered design, that reflected the practice approach to projects
2) High quality paper stock and contrasting materials
3) A flexible solution that would enable them to cost effectively change physical location”
Designed by Berg | Country: united Kingdom
“With a name like ‘Mission’ it would have been easy to fall into a cliché. We wanted to stay away from these and concentrate on creating a confident and functional mark with an established quality. We inherited the Helvetica Neue font and therefore needed to balance it’s utilitarian nature with the personality of the client.
To this end we used of a soft pink hue as a generic background colour on all communications. This made the brand more human and approachable whilst retaining a professional and efficient feel. The new identity was applied to a new website and suite of stationery.”
Designed by Hampus Jageland | Country: France
“Edgeboard are handmade chopping boards from the Northern Beaches in NSW that possess a special feature; an edge which you use to slide off the chopped food against. They use a natural anti-bacterial wood sourced form the Byron Shire.
The identity is based on the board’s special feature, the edge, and the brand comes to life using the edge in any any application. A simple, structured logo is used in combination with textured and environmentally friendly stocks.”
Designed by Feb Design | Country: Portugal
“For our own stationery, we aimed to show the communicative quality of each one of its materials, so the media becomes the message and the central character of this assignment. The tone of the selected sentences reflects the close relationship that we daily nourish towards our customers.”
Designed by B&W | Country: United Kingdom
Seven is a recruitment partner for national and international organisations helping them source the best people for their key positions.
Designed by The Hungry Workshop | Country: Australia
“The Mohawk Show is one of a few events that sets a standard within the graphic design community. We knew designers would be attending the show to admire and be inspired by the work, and Raleigh wanted us to create something tangible that these attendees could take away with them. They would already be walking away inspired, so how could we support that?
We created a letterpress printed sketchbook, a place to store their ideas. The back cover has a stylised bow, the front has a set of arrows, with the words ‘Aim True’: a simple reminder to stay inspired and to achieve their targets, whatever these targets may be…”
Check out this video documenting the entire process.
Designed by Bureau Rabensteiner | Country: Austria
“Stationery and identity concept for the Innsbruck based Bureau Rabensteiner. We tried to keep it simple and sleek. For a little touch of ‘old school’ we use these traditional wood handle rubber stamps.”Next »