Designed by Parent | Country: United Kingdom
“Beaujais is a luxurious start-up, designing unique lingerie exclusively for Women with fuller busts. Parent designed a suitably high-end brand identity and seasonal look book that was both contemporary and unique to their market. Inspired by classic typography and calligraphy we produced a bespoke marque which reflected the voluptuous nature of the brand with a high fashion edge. The marque was hand crafted and is detailed in chocolate brown foil on pistachio green colour plan for the stationery.”
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 BÜRO UHFO | Country: Singapore
“Full identity overhaul developed for Montreux Cafe. Types of work include creating the wordmark, corporate guidebook, namecards, letterheads, packaging, as well as all other communication devices. A similar typeface to their previous logo was used to help bridge the transition of the rebrand, as well as keeping elements like the wheat symbol (as requested by the client), that was used to subtly frame the wordmark. By varying the thickness of the condensed typeface the wordmark is being compacted as much as possible, yet maximising legibility. To improve the image of Montreux Cafe, a much heavier stock, coupled with the copper foil-blocking of the logo, were used.”
Designed by TAXI | Country: Canada
“Established in 1998, Canada’s Walk of Fame aims to educate,inform, and inspire through the permanent celebration of achievements in Canadian music, sport, film and television as well as the literary, visual and performing arts, and science and innovation.
The challenge for this project was to create a new logo and visual language that best reflected the new positioning of Canada’s Walk of Fame: the organization that fuels national pride by celebrating the outstanding achievements of Canadian cultural icons. The concept behind the logo (five overlapping maple leaves forming a singular star) is inspired by the bond of Canadian pride that we all share.”
Designed by Push IQ | Country: United States
“The Peace Corps @ 50 identity package is one of the most challenging and definitely most fulfilling projects we’ve been involved with. The goal was to develop an identity package that would embody everything that make the Peace Corps @ 50 unique and special and to be budget conscience at the same time. We used stamps to apply the logo elements and address labels for the individual business information. The result is a very detailed, hand crafted and unique identity system that is one of a kind.”
Designed by TAXI | Country: Canada
“Cinephilia is the name created for the Canadian Film Centre’s 20th anniversary gala fundraiser. While researching the project we discovered that the film industry has so many technical references and jargon that it could be almost undecipherable to the general public – in essence they have their own secret language/society. Taking the idea of a secret society as a starting point we created a crest and tartan to distinguish this unique group. The pieces were printed with “metal effects” which is a proprietary process owned by C.J. Graphics in Toronto.”
Designed by Steven Jockisch | Country: United States
“Bludot is a furniture design and manufacturing company founded by John Christakos, Charles Lazor and Maurice Blanks. Their goal is to “bring good design to as many people as possible” by creating desirable, useful and affordable products.
The main focus of this stationery system is the powder-coated steel business cards in four colors. Many of their products make use of this material, so we felt the stationery should incorporate this aesthetic. The paper pieces are produced with both offset and letterpress printing by Studio on Fire.”
Designed by Nicole Kraieski | Country: United States
Designed by Ross Clodfelter | Country: United States
“Letterpress business card and screenprinted 9×12 mailer design for F5 Photography. The logo and letterpressed business cards appeared on Communication Arts Exhibit, Feb 2010.”
Designed by Richard Arthur Stewart | Country: United States
“Fast Eddie’s is a no nonsense barber shop found in Allston, MA. one of Boston’s many historical neighborhoods. This place is the epitome of traditional Americana, which I wanted the mark and typography to represent; Franklin Gothic and ATF Bodoni scanned from a letterpress book with a mashup illustration combining an iconic eagle and barber’s comb.
I wanted to stay away from the “red, white & blue” barber pole theme and stick with something high contrast and modern. Stark, rich blacks screen printed on whitewash 100 lb. card stock give the collateral a strong masculine feel while referencing the brand’s age and history.”« Prev — Next »