Designed by Mildred & Duck | Country: Australia
“Identity re-design for one of Australia’s largest home accessories and wholesale wall décor brands. The identity was designed to be neutral, keeping the overall look current and fashionable, ensuring it sits comfortably with the varied product range and styles.”
Designed by Josh Nychuk | Country: Canada
“A personal stationery package developed for self promotional purposes. The identity communicates personal values, and my services in graphic design and photography through various techniques and production methods.
The business card makes use of a production method in which a middle layer containing my contact information is laser cut out and sandwiched between two outer sheets of paper. Facing downward you can only see the printed idiom “more than meets the eye” implying a hidden message or beyond what is initially perceived. When held up to a light source (daylight works fine) the contact information is revealed. A testament to minimalism, and a curiosity for what lies beneath the surface.
The symbol of the eye, is created through a reprographic technique called halftone. As the scale or depth-of-field changes the eye comes in and out of focus. It is accompanied by the Gestalt idiom “see the forest for the trees”. The concept of Gestalt—a collection of symbolic entities that create a unified being or whole—seemed appropriate way communicate my specialization as a designer of visual identities in an enigmatic way.
The identity does no make use of a formalistic logo, and instead is largely recognized through typography and technique.”
Designed by Nudge | Country: United States
Designed by Michèle Wong Kung Fong | Country: United States
“This letterpressed wedding invitation visually blends the couple’s eastern descent and upbringing with their westernized lifestyle. The design was informed by the proportions of the chinese character 王, which stands for both of their last names (Wang and Wong). While Wang (王) is the pinyin romanization of the Chinese surnames 王, Wong (王) is the Cantonese romanization of that same chinese character. The visual quality and structural proportions of the couple’s chinese last name informed the design of this wedding invitation. A customized typeface was initially created based on the chinese character and later applied to create a typographic pattern (used on the coaster) that captured the sought after eastern-western essence. This pattern inspire a series of pattern that could be applied to other parts of the invitation design system. The pattern on the rsvp card hinted at checkboxes while the ‘words of wisdom’ coaster played off of the graphic representation of ‘hugs and kisses’ (xo) and the invitation and direction cards used and/or deconstructed the chinese character itself. The invitation, direction, rsvp, and thank you cards were letterpresses using metallic grey ink on 110# uncoated Lettra paper and the coasters were letterpressed on #220 uncoated Lettra paper.”
Designed by Korn Design | Country: United States
“This stationery set was designed for Oak Long Bar + Kitchen in the heart of Copley Square in Boston. We developed a visual identity with typography and illustration inspired by European tarot cards and ivy league pledge paddles. The illustrations include intricate filigree patterns with small references to oak leaves and acorns. Special attention was paid to the quality of materials used: we had wax seal stickers produced and utilized matte foil stamping on architectural blotter paper to achieve the textures we wanted throughout the system.”
Designed by Brogue Studio | Country: United Kingdom
“Bennett & Foskett are a modern property renovation specialist with traditional values and a passion for quality craftsmanship. A new brand helped them build more credibility and launch themselves into the market.
Brogue Studio were approached by the dynamic duo who were in need of something a little special to position themselves in the ever demanding market, with one objective; modern yet traditional, to reflect their own way of working, their individual beliefs and the companies ethos.
Brogue Studio provided B&F everything they needed to move forward in their chosen market sector, from stationary and custom vehicle signage to art direction, promotional material and even a web presence.”
Designed by Chase Kettl | Country: Unites States
“I created these using wood and a laser cutter for our wedding we had in August. It was great to be able to create something for our special day!”
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 Tipos Gráficos | Country: Spain
“New identity for an international agency representing artists. The name evokes Spanish films from the nineteen fifties and is complemented by an image, typography, compositions and materials that recall imagery from the “golden age” of film.”
Designed by Bureau Rabensteiner | Country: Austria
“This is the stationery design for N. Daniels, a rep and photo producer in Vienna. It’s simple, cool and thermo sensitive. The black color of the varnish fades at body temperature – as soon as you hold it in your hands you literally produce an image by yourself. It’s a dynamic and living design – the business cards are little polaroids with a constantly changing surface.”« Prev — Next »