Designed by SouthSouthWest | Country: Australia
“There is always an air of excitement when a sharp, new idea is released into the ether. At the time we were briefed on this project, owner and editor Valeria Gosse had little more than a great idea, a cool name and a twitter account.
Sharing her vision, we set about building a flexible identity system that would engage her 18 to 20 something audience, springing to life online, across social media and in print. The online publication, designed and built by Flint Interactive now has crossed over from cheeky start-up, to category leader in a little over twelve months.”
Designed by Marque | Country: United States
“Nemaworkshop is a team of architects, designers and thinkers who create spaces which are conceptually innovative and highly sensitive to cultural and social contexts. Marque were asked to produce a bold, crisp identity that was in keeping with the studio’s ethos while being aware of their location in New York’s Lower East Side. The studio’s website reinforces this bold identity and was built using an adaptation of the ‘Cargo’ content management system.”
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.”
Designed by Stitch | United States
“A refreshed identity for a restaurant wanting their menus, drink stirs and dining experience to reflect the thoughtful food being served.”
Designed by Cartlidge Levene | Country: United Kingdom
“Stanton Williams are an established, international architectural practice. Their core philosophy is ‘to inspire users through their experience of space, light and materials’. The practice has evolved over a 25 year period and we were commissioned to redesign their identity to reflect their current position and ethos.
With every project we take time to engage with our clients and gain an understanding of their working methods and underlying principles. After numerous conversations with the directors and partners we gained an invaluable insight into the practice.
Key concepts became apparent – ‘pushing and pulling volume’, ‘the beauty of raw, natural materials’ and a ‘rigorous attention to detail’. It was clear that a new, bold, confident language was emerging in Stanton William’s recent work and their desire was for the identity to reflect this shift.
Our solution was to create an elegant, structural logotype that hints at simple, constructed interlocking forms. The position of the common letter ‘A’ in both names dictates the alignment. Across the stationery this logotype is either pushed-into or removed-from carefully chosen, tactile materials such as 100% cotton paper and raw board, while rigorous typographic templates unify the extensive range of architectural documentation.”
Designed by Hampus Jageland | Country: France
“Meanwhile is a high end fashion retailed in Elisabeth Bay in Sydney providing well tailored lines such as Whyred, Three Over one and Acne.
We created a logo which is based on the idea of Meanwhile being a continuous symbol and combined it with a more tailored kind of look.”
Designed by Studio Newwork | Country: United States
Spring Summer 08 invitations for NYC based fashion designer Robert Geller. Printing includes offset and letterpress with coloured edges.
Designed by Stitch | United States
“A branding project for Library, a collection of vintage clothing, inspired by library ephemera and fashion drawings.”
“The update on the Keena identity system included creating business cards from the proprietor’s vintage family photos, and then making custom stamps for each employee so they can stamp the back of their cards. There are over 25 different family photo cards to choose from, so it makes for a lot of variety in the cards and an interesting story when passing out business cards.The new stamped cards worked with the updated look of the letterpress business cards, letterhead, envelope, and mailing labels.”« Prev — Next »