Designed by Firmalt | Country: Mexico
“Intra Desarrollos is a fully integrated real estate development company with more than 65 years of experience based in the city of Veracruz, México. Since its inception, they have been responsible for the design, financing, and building of major developments in the industrial, hospitality, public and residential industries. Intra Desarrollos works every day to continue innovating and adapting to new trends and technologies to continue to create developments that have positive impact in their respective communities.
When they approached us, they wanted to reinvent their brand and have it convey a message of strength and security for its investors and homeowners. The mark was designed to resemble a shield, a timeless emblem that has come to represent integrity and dependability. When the shield is seen sideways, it displays the letters “I” and “D” of Intra Desarrollos. This came to be the perfect symbol to convey their core values of responsibility, sustainability and social responsibility.”
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 Foreign Policy Design Group | Country: Singapore
“Set within the gentle terrain of Laoshan in Nanjing, the architecture of Sifang Art Museum is a well-constructed mix of harsh angularity with an elegant appeal whereby the asymmetrical structure hovers in space. Every view angle yielding a different trapezoidal perspective; the collateral system adopts the trapezoidal form. The Chinese saying – Strength within Gentleness – is inspired by bamboo – the material and form used for landscaping and parts of the structure. This underpins the brand identity, describing the gentle landscape where in old China, scholars and artists took recluse to master their craft or refine their thinking. The demure that also balances the masculinity of the architecture. White, is also a canvas a museum would function as.”
Designed by Chris Trivizas | Country: Greece
“Andriotis G.P. is a family business that specializes in the trade and processing of olive oil, for the last 55 years. The logo was designed in order reflect the classic and timeless values of the brand name, while at the same time updating the communication image.
The symbol of the logo presents an olive with its pit, and the typography chosen, with serifs and capital letters, expresses the validity and reliability that characterize the Andriotis business.”
Designed by CODO Design | Country: United States
“Metonymy Media’s a copywriting company made up entirely of Creative Writers. Pulling heavily on old publisher marks and a deep respect for Hemingway-esque terseness, everything we designed with them was cleanly understated with an emphasis on materiality.
The bulk of their stationery system is comprised of letterpressed business cards, note cards and diecut quill bookmarks along with cool logo’d wax seals for their envelopes. We also sourced rubber stamps for the staff’s moleskins and coasters for their whiskey.”
Designed by Circo de Bakuza | Country: Canada/France
“Originating from Montreal, Canada and with an office in Paris, the company’s identity is ‘playful yet serious’. The word Awake reads Dream when turned upside down; the image of a kitten, when manipulated, reveals a lion; and the business cards invite the holder to discover a hidden phrase.”
Designed by Tall Ltd | Country: United Kingdom
“Being a digital marketing business, it is rare we have something tangible in our portfolio to take with us to new client meeting, so we want our business card to really make a statement. Just about every meeting gets a great reaction and normally ends with the comment “I bet they cost a bit”
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 UnsworthShepherd | Country: New Zealand
“Craft had a night of passion with comms and gave birth to us.
Business cards lovingly screen printed onto 700gsm Notturno uncoated black board. So thick and lovely to touch we guarantee first pick from any business cards in a bowl competition.”
Designed by Gabe Ferreira | Country: United States
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