Designed by Anagrama | Country: Mexico
“Maderista is a carpentry boutique that offers custom made furniture using only the finest wood. With more than 30 years of experience, Maderista approached us with the need to consolidate its brand with a stronger and more sophisticated design, a rebranding that would express it’s proficiency and expertise in a modern and all-embracing way.
The naming for Maderista is a witty made-up word consisting of two parts: madera, or ‘wood’ in Spanish and the suffix ‘ista’, a designation of profession, conviction and character. So the name Maderista, or ‘one who works with wood’, is explicit of the brand’s custom services.”
Designed by Ostecx Créative | Country: Poland
“Our new visual identification stands for contrast and simplicity. That’s why we’ve decided to supplement minimalistic lettering with embossing and fluorescent gradients. “Bonjour” word, which is repeated on every project, is used to emphasize one of the agency’s founders french roots and invite to contact us. Intensive colors symbolize energy of our actions and diffusion between the world of design and advertising in our agency’s offer. All materials was printed on paper Cyclus Offset.”
Designed by Between | Country: Sweden
“Crosby is a new media production company in Stockholm focusing on still photography, film and web orientated productions for advertising agencies in specific. The company was founded in the Spring of 2012 by Photographer Petrus Olsson & C2.
The identity work focused on a very grid-orientated design. We wanted to give Crosby a personal, yet flexible identity which also would be fun to use on a daily basis. A bunch of different templates were designed. They were printed on four different colored papers and every single employee got a perforated sheet of business cards of their own. The grid is present though out the whole stationary. Set to 3 mm it is even a part of the perforation itself when you tear apart the business cards.
Printed in letterpress at Norrbacka Tryckeri in Stockholm using embossing and Pantone Black. Typeface: Linotype Neue Haas Grotesk.”
Designed by Ponderosa | Country: United Kingdom
“Websters Interior Designers underwent a rebrand and now feature an elegant and refined logo carried across business cards and stationery. Business cards feature the logo printed on the front in 3 spot colours, clear foil and deboss on 350gsm Colorplan Gravure Emboss. The reverse is printed 1 spot colour and on 350gsm uncoated board. The duplex business card also has bronze gilding to the edges.”
Designed by Factory North | Country: United States
“Business card design for Factory North. Inspired by the design of industrial forms and printed in Reflex blue, a color that was traditionally used in the hand print making process, to show respect for the history of its usage. The paper weight was chosen to accomplish the double-sided deep letterpress impression.”
Designed by Natalie Goodman | Country: Canada
“Our wedding invitation design was inspired by a vintage elk bottle opener we have in our home. We wanted to create a rustic, chic emblem for our wedding “logo” that could be used across all our print materials. The main invite was etched into a white maple wood 5″ x 7″ card. We letterpress printed on a heavy 140# Holyoke – Bone for both the accommodations card ( 2-colour) and reply card (double-sided: 1-colour & blind deboss), outer envelope was Lettra – Pearl White (1-colour) and the pantones we choose were an uncoated PMS 321 & 185. The blind deboss on the back of the reply cards turned out better than we anticipated, the result was pleasing. We had some fun with our RSVP postcard reply card and made it a fill-in-the-blanks style, to get people involved in the event. Some of our reply’s where pretty astonishing, specially from the grandparents!”
Designed by Alan Haverty | Country: Ireland
“I was approached by Crowne Chauffeur Services and asked to re-invent the company’s brand by providing them with a updated, simplified design. The client wanted something that would immediately say ‘luxury’ without being pretentious, something which would help build on their already established reputation. After a period of research into the clientiele they wished to attract, it was clear that Iconography was the way to go. From meeting with the client it was clear that there was a desire relate the brand to the timeless style of the classic Crooners, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr, Sinatra, classic powder blacks, pristine whites and warm gold are used throughout the brand now, which replicate the timeless ‘class’ of that era.
Over a number of weeks I worked with the client to introduce luxurious elements to the brands image. Foil blocking was used for the print work, business cards were created using superior cotton duo plan paper and debossed with the company’s new Iconic logo.”
Designed by Alonglongtime | Country: Hong Kong
“Alonglongtime is a Hong Kong based multi-disciplinary design house. We are dedicated to brand identity, printed matter and packaging for clients from corporate, leisure, retail and art & culture.”
Designed by BOND | Country: Finland
“A growing IT company Aava needed an identity and basic sales tools that stand out. Minimalistic branding that stylishly uses the letters of the logo differentiates Aava from its competitors.”
Designed by Ben Barry | Country: United States
“Mark gets a lot of mail thanking him from people with amazing personal stories made possible because of Facebook. We wanted to make something a little more personal and special for him to respond.”Next »