Designed by Vijit Keomisy | Country: Canada
“Elite Food Catering Co. is a concept project. I find food imagery to be quite impactful—for that reason, I decided to take popular articles of food to create a bold (yet delicious) looking design. I illustrated a pineapple, mango, pepper, and watermelon to use as the visual focus for the business cards. With the mailing envelopes, I wanted them to compliment the business cards but not be overpowering in design. I used three classic patterns (dots, stripes, damier) for the C4 envelope covers, and added a stripe pattern with energizing colors for the inside.”
Designed by David Gutiérrez | Country: Mexico
“Inspired by the hip feel of Soho, New York, Broome & Mercer™ is a company looking to create afordable luxury wristwatches that have class and a timeless sense of fashion, something that is lacking in the current market.
The name was directly inspired by the corner of Broome St. and Mercer St. in Soho which is the location of the restaurant where the idea was born.
The watches are intended to reflect the wearer’s personality but never to dominate their style, which is why a classic color palette of black, white and gold was chosen for the brand and a monogram and typographic combo that doesn’t draw too much attention to itself but rather complements the overall look of the watch.”
Designed by BML Creative | Country: United Kingdom
“The BML identity had remained largely unchanged since 2007. At this point the agency was still based in Cheltenham, where it had been based since it began in 2001. A lot has changed since those early days and we’re not just talking about moving 180 miles from Cheltenham to our new home in Leeds. Although we still work with many of the same great clients we began with all those years ago (as well as a lot of exceptional new ones), the types of project they require and the way we tackle them has changed beyond recognition. Most importantly, we felt that the agency had undergone a maturing process over the years and it was about time our own image reflected the values, style and personality that make our agency what it is today.”
Designed by Isacasi | Country: Spain
“Irene is a lottery office based in Valencia. Founded in 1965, the company has adapted itself over the years to changes and new technologies without losing their essence or enthusiasm of making things right, “like in the beginning” as they use to say. Now it was time to adapt to other changes and to create a strong identity: with the redesign of the brand, they were looking to express their values, to communicate their expertise and their attention to every detail.”
Designed by Fifty3 | Country: United Kingdom
“We are Fifty3, an ambitious two person studio focused on creating beautiful brand experiences. We are relentless in our pursuit of quality craftsmanship in all that we do, and what better starting point than our own image. We’re environmentally conscious and have shown our credentials in our stationery. We took 100% reclaimed board, duplexed a lighter version against a darker board and foiled both sides in a matt bronze to create a sophisticated but slightly seductive look… Finished off with complimentary additional stationery.”
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 Good Fortune Collective | Country: Canada
“Public affairs consultant Chuck Pautler has an uncanny way of making business problems “go away”. To capture his unique brand of public affairs consultation, we introduced the first hit-man for business problems, along with some pretty memorable letterpress/foil stamp duplexed calling cards.”
Designed by Bureau Rabensteiner | Country: Austria
“The Trofana Alpin was the very first of what has now become a group of hotels in the winter sports resort Ischgl. The hotel group is family owned and holds the very foundation of the Von der Thannen family history. For that reason this project turned into something personal and very close to our hearts. We redesigned the look and feel of the brand with a focus on their exemplary ability to balance tradition with modern convenience and understated luxury.”
Designed by Mark Bain | Country: Canada
“These business cards are a tactile reflection of a qualitative and quantitative process that combines thoughtful imagination and meticulous attention to detail. The cards themselves, combining a raw, unrefined chipboard stock with a glossy and solid black foil stamp, exude this clash of texture and appearance. The “Go Farther Go Further” mark further emphasizes this relationship in a typographic way, and also adds weight to the black foil, balancing these textures visually.”
Designed by Noote & Netoo | Country: Indonesia
“Tony Sofian, an award-winning interior designer renowned for his use of wood, was in need of a new identity and approached us with the challenge of a distinctive look for his design practice. Working closely with the designer, we chose the name “TSDS” for his design practice and taking inspiration from the many texture of wood, we developed a visual identity, brand language and packaging.”Next »