Designed by Arlo™ | Country: United States
“Identity System for K.O. Gin. Silkscreened patterns line the inside of the envelopes and the back of the letterhead.”
Designed by Moving Brands | Country: United Kingdom
“Norton & Sons stationery, finery, and environment tailored by Moving Brands.
It’s rare to find a company steeped in as much history and tradition as Norton & Sons. Founded in 1821, the Savile Row firm quickly gained a reputation among “rugged and robust gentlemen” for its immaculately cut suits and sporting garments. Winston Churchill and Cary Grant were fans. Lord Carnarvon was wearing Nortons when he discovered Tutankhamun’s tomb, as was Henry Stanley when he found Dr Livingstone.
While Nortons recognised the importance of their heritage, they wanted to continue to engage a modern generation of young customers who also appreciated fine British tailoring.
Moving Brands worked with Nortons new Director Patrick Grant to develop an identity both respectful of the past and in tune with the present.”
Designed by Collective Approach | Country: United Kingdom
Art & Graft is a creative animation and live-action studio that creates work across promos, commercials, short films and all forms of branded content.
Designed by Unreal | Country: United Kingdom
“After approaching the Supermarket to design some launch posters, we were tasked with developing the brand, which needed to reflect the co-op’s core values of being communal, affordable and democratic without appearing too virtuous or elitist. A full identity programme was required including logo, stationery suite, advertising, packaging and brand guidelines.
In researching and developing ideas for the branding, we stumbled upon a potential icon that we felt was instantly recognisable, basic, honest and utilitarian. The ‘Euroslot’ is the hole punched at the top of numerous packaged products around the world. This handy little device goes un-noticed in day-to-day life despite being synonymous with retail.
The slot can be easily cut through anything from letterheads to in-store packaging, creating a simple, clever and cost-effective branding device that can be consistently applied across all communications. It has the ability to evolve from a decorative feature on letterheads and business cards through to forming the handle of bags, or a tab device in in-store signage.
Designed by Andfold Studio | Country: United Kingdom
“Stationery and promotional mailer produced as part of our 2010 identity update. The items feature fully embossed detailing on GF Smith Colorplan; a range of Forest Stewardship Council certified papers.
The design highlights our minimalistic approach both in the identity generation and through the choice of specialist printing enhancements. The uppercase logotype was chosen to focus on geometry, using both a two stroke and bold logotype for changes in requirement. The items were sent to existing and prospective clients across the UK.”
Designed by Matter Strategic Design | Country: Canada
“For his own stationery, Mike Kasperski went with some very basic essentials: Helvetica, yellow and black. What could potentially look boring and default, here comes across as design-ey and sophisticated — two qualities that a designer should never shy away from. To make matters more design-ey and sophisticated, Mike created his business cards by sandwiching a heavy yellow cover paper between two text-weight sheets of Mohawk Navajo, which creates a lovely effect. And, interestingly, rather than specify a different weight for each piece, that same Navajo sheet was used to print the letterhead and custom envelope as well, so the whole project can be printed in one go.”
Designed by Arlo™ | Country: United States
“Logo and corporate identity for a maker of fine women’s handbags. A flashy combination of patterns based on fabric patterns is featured in this identity system. A simple logotype was created using the font Heroic”
Designed by SouthSouthWest | Country: Australia
“Working closely with this highly creative architectural practice, we developed an identity that would set them apart from their competitors. Throughout our discussions with the client the most potent single idea that continually emerged, was this notion that we could playfully allude to Room 11 as some form of secret sect. Masters of the occult, working from the 11th room. The identity consciously sought to play on this sense of mystery and sophistication, bringing the story to life in way that applies seamlessly on everything from stationery, website, design documentation to office branding and even a painting for the foyer.
Whilst the end result was heavily paired back and restrained, extensive visual research was undertaken to uncover forms and patterns that could sit comfortably between the obscure brand story and the practical, considered nature of the built forms they create.
Awarded a distinction in the corporate identity category of the Australian Graphic Design Association Awards 2010.”
Designed by Thumbcrumble | Country: United Kingdom
“Thumbcrumbles very own stationery set. Biz cards, postcards and other promotional bits. All in 3 colour print, 2 pantone fluorescents and a nice touch of Black 7. Bespoke sizes with bespoke envelopes to boot. Job done!”
Designed by Attack | Country: United States
“Ghetto Film School (GFS) is a non profit institution in the South Bronx that provides high school students with the unique resources and opportunities to create their own narrative films. Attack designed a new, comprehensive identity and fully integrated branding system for GFS.”« Prev — Next »