Designed by Bruketa&Zinic OM | Country: Croatia
Business cards created for general and plastic surgeon – Dr. Roth. Created by Zagreb based Bruketa&Zinic OM advertising agency.
Designed by Reynolds & Reyner | Country: Russia
“Launching a new coffee brand in today’s very competitive market is hugely challenging. You have to offer something truly unique, of the highest quality, along with great atmosphere.
You really have to stand out in a crowd.
London is a city deeply rooted in its traditions, history and architecture. Loyalties are formed in childhood and honored for a lifetime. So our task is not just to show the outstanding benefits of our product but to weave these assets into the larger culture and themes of London culture, combining the heritage of coffee drinks with the distinctive, one-of-a-kind pleasures of London House coffees.”
Designed by The Folks Studio | Country: Singapore
“Folks’ identity is a journey of discovering our lineage. Based in multi-cultural Singapore, our identity was created to reflect our Chinese lineage. The word ‘民’ (min), translated to mean ‘people’, was carefully chosen as the core design element. It was also used form a pattern that brings to mind traditional window frames. A material that allows light through in a similar manner was brought in as a design consideration for our name cards, and our CD case was specially created with the bloom of a lotus in mind.”
Designed by Atipus | Country: Spain
“Identity for social music therapist and educator Celia Castillo. The identity is based on rhythmic exercises at its Celia develops, the basic aim is to provoke different moods in their patients.”
Designed by JOY. | Country: Australia
“Our agency business cards were designed to simply reflect our agency name and personality.
The use of a fluffy heavyweight bright white stock offered a tangible feel to the card, in contrast to the subtle white foil stamping of our logo.
Details are letterpress on the opposite side with the edges painted in our colour palette.”
Designed by Cousins Design | Country: United Kingdom
“We wanted to experiment a touch with our latest cards using positive and negative space and the beautiful results attained from letterpress printing. The sunken area of fine dots creates a very tactile card and gives the false impression that the logo and name is embossed on the front. We chose a metallic silver ink to catch the light complimented by the vibrant red edge painting to subtly lift the monotone design.”
Designed by Ascender Design | Country: Australia
“For corporate communications consultant Megan, a new brand identity increased the visibility of her business, along with its value. Aligning Megan’s primary planning, training and writing services under a single descriptor — ‘communication strategist’ — clarified her capabilities. Using language and typography to design an innovative logo reflected Megan’s personality. The result was some of the ‘The Year’s Best Work’, according to industry publication, Australian Creative.”
Designed by Justin Crutchley | Country: United States
“Grand Union is a small design group primarily interested in branding from scratch for both print and web. Their stationery and letterhead system reflects their interest in detail and originality.”
Designed by Solo | Country: Spain
“Identity for a naming company based in Barcelona, Spain. Their name came from the twenty-seven letters the Spanish alphabet has.
Understanding the name as the best combination of glyphs, we created a symbol that combines two glyphs, numbers in this case; 2 and 7, to create an unique 27. All the stationery is printed over beautiful soft—colored stock papers which adds dynamism to the identity.
The project completes with an adaptation of the typeface, to understand each letter as a number of the alphabet, whenever any message is written.”
Designed by Leyla Muratovic | Country: Australia
“This identity needed to be flexible for the client. Although Guy is a photographer, he also does many other things in the industry. The inspiration for the pattern came from one of his cameras where you need to align 2 halves of the image through the view finder to focus.”« Prev — Next »