Designed by Planeta Design | Country: Sweden
“Grythyttan is a well-known old inn, famous for its cuisine and former owner Carl-Jan Granqvist. With the new ownership Planeta Design was asked to update the hotels identity and develop a new brand platform that enhances c/o Grythyttan Gästgivaregård’s eccentric and eclectic spirit.
Challenge: To highlight Jenny Ljungberg as the new hotelier, and to bring forward the hotel under the joint brand, c/o Hotels.
Insight: By getting to know the hotel, its surroundings, the staff and the guests we were able to capture Grythyttan’s soul and utilize its eccentric heritage in tailor-made site solutions.
Result: An award winning corporate identity that emits a whole lot of charm and quirkiness that is typical for c/o Grythyttans Gästgivaregård.”
Designed by Hyperlocaldesign | Country: Brazil
“Reduction of materials such as ink, water and paper reduce carbon emission. Besides, it saves money wasted on mailing . Reducing is the fastest way to reach simplicity. Reduce your printings but with the best quality ever. Founded on these thoughts, Hélio Rosas company graphic identity, the H®, was developed.”
Designed by Hype Type Studio | Country: United Kingdom
“Like our clients we have a need for tactile communication which connects. From our stationery to our latest book, materials, printing and application all play an important roll in articulating the brand. Careful consideration was given when selecting materials and print techniques, with the aim to promote continuity in a creative way.”
Designed by Manual | Country: United States
Heist is a San Francisco based video production company.
Designed by Turnstyle | Country: United States
“Ketch is a high-end clothing boutique offering an eclectic blend of urban New York fashion and the laid back L.A. style. It is located in Seattle’s Maritime Ballard neighborhood. The logo, cards, and hangtags were designed to reference the store’s name, location and unique personality.”
Designed by Heydays | Country: Norway
“Founded by Karin and Mathias in 2009, Berg & Berg asked us to develop a full visual identity, including stationery, packaging and web shop. With a strive to create products of the highest quality possible, their goal is that every product will become a trusted friend in your wardrobe: loved, cared for and enjoyed for many years to come. Our work included business cards, hangtags, compliment slip, stickers, web shop and advice on packing the products. The collection was shot by photographer Eirik Slyngstad.”
Designed by Nick Brue | Country: United States
A great example of letterpress for these clean and simple wedding invitations.
Designed by Eight Hour Day | Country: United States
“We created this identity with the understanding that we would be traveling for a year. Because of this, we kept amounts small and only printed what we felt we needed and what we felt would work best for this “alternative” working style. Instead of a standard letterhead, we opted for a postcard and notecard. We felt this was more mobile and highlighted the idea that we were on the road. We also use a stamp to pinpoint our location on a map on the mailing label.”
Designed by Tim Jones | Country: United States
“This year instead of Christmas cards I designed and screen printed New Year cards and envelopes on 140# French Muscletone paper with gold metallic ink. I had a blast with these.”
Designed by The Office of Nature | Country: Canada
“Have you ever gotten to design WALLPAPER!?!? When my client asked me to convert a tissue paper pattern I designed for her boutique in Edmonton into a full blown wallpaper design, it almost made me wish I lived in those near arctic conditions. Instead, I made a whole set of stationary based on the pattern motif and had it all letterpressed at the Mandate Press in Salt Lake City. Win-win.”« Prev — Next »