Designed by Jorge León | Country: Spain
“Amigos is a skate shop located in the center of Barcelona which had many problems related to its brand. Among other things, they had used many different logos in the last few years and were still unsure how to apply and use them effectively. Generally, the idea was to create a solid brand and a strong visual language. The idea behind the design came from friendship and happiness, which lead us to the logo of a kind of skateboard wheel smiling. On the other hand, the color palette was selected based on the representative colors of the city of Barcelona, adding brightness in order to represent the ideas of the brand.”
Designed by Taxi Studio | Country: United Kingdom
“Last Autumn, Leeds Booklet Printing Company conducted a thorough and rigorous selection process of the UK’s top 50 creative agencies before finally deciding that Taxi Studio was the perfect partner to devise and deliver an entirely new brand name and identity system for their business – bespoke, academic planners.
Taxi’s involvement encompassed all aspects of the rebranding process, including DNA workshops, strategic positioning, customer research, name generation, design, artwork and roll-out across all their brand touch points.”
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 Bureau Rabensteiner | Country: Austria
“Shabby chic with a squeeze of lemon. This is the design for a beautiful wedding on Mallorca, including the photography of the still lifes we used for it.
It was a “first” for us and we enjoyed doing it.”
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 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 Carina Skrobecki | Country: United States
“Finding the right balance between vintage and modern can be intricate. My sister’s wedding will have a very hand-crafted feel, but she didn’t want it to feel kitschy, thus when we sat down to discuss her save-the-dates, a well designed, custom stamp kept coming up. Although Camille and Alec will be married in Washington, guests will be arriving from all over, so shipping tags seemed like the perfect fit to tie all of this together. I designed and ordered a custom rubber stamp that we applied with jet black ink to manila shipping tags, then tied them off with hemp to seal the deal.”
Designed by Ascender Design | Country: Australia
“Sydney’s new Potts Point restaurant is Australian Greek and its name reflects a subtler, sophisticated approach.
We worked in collaboration with a team of visionaries to bring the creative vision of the restaurant to life, including Jonathan Barthelmess – Manly Pavilion, in partnership with Longrain’s Sam Christie and architect George Livissianis.
Our creative challenge was to align classic beauty and rustic charm with an urban edge. Our solution used modernist typography with a 1930’s echo – playing off the architecture of the building.
The Apollo has achieved high ratings in the Sydney Morning Herald and Sydney Magazine.”
“We were asked to created wedding invitations that had a classic elegance with a modern touch. The wedding colors were black and gold, so we ended up with a three hit letterpress card including a blind emboss for a middle ground texture.”Next »