Designed by MM | Country: United States
“Inspired by the city of San Francisco and its diverse culture, The Battery is a private establishment aimed at the nurture and embrace of forward-thinking minds in the arts, technology and other thriving industries and passions. Michael & Xochi Birch came to MM for us to provide a solid brand foundation & become the firm to craft the story from the ground up. After a deep research phase and diving into the rich history of the building, we began slowly unpeeling the layers that would assist us in visually telling the narrative.”
Designed by Stella Petkova | Country: Bulgaria
“Blind deboss with golden foil (for the mirrored ligature and edges) on 1,5mm gray cardboard.”
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.”
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 Isaac Arthur | Country: United States
“CODO Design is a Branding and Design firm dedicated to improving Indianapolis socially and culturally.”
Designed by Lundgren+Lindqvist | Country: Sweden
“About a year ago it struck us that we really needed to rethink our visual identity. We have travelled quite some way since we first started out, soon three years ago. Along the way we have developed both as a company and as individuals and the original identity and Flash-based website suddenly felt like a pair of old, worn out jeans.
Consequently, it was time for something new. As per usual in the design industry, client work is always prioritized over the work you do for yourself. Hence, it took quite some time to develop the new identity and website. Now the last pieces have finally arrived from the printer, ready to share with you.
Our business cards are triplexed GF Smith Colorplan (Cool Grey, Bright Red and Pristine White) and have negative embossing, foil blocking and UV-varnish. The letter paper is Colorplan Pristine White with negative embossing and the S65 window envelopes are made out of Colorplan Cool Grey.
The promotional poster, which was mailed to selected advertising agencies, clients, design magazines and blogs, to promote the new website, is printed on both sides on MultiArt Silk paper with partial UV-varnish and water-varnish finishing. One side displays the actual website and the other the underlying code, two sides of our business. The intentional typo in the headline (neue instead of new) hints of the use of the Helvetica Neue typeface throughout the identity.”
Designed by Urban Influence | Country: United States
Designed by Nicole Kraieski | Country: United States