Designed by Taxi Studio | Country: United Kingdom
“Last Autumn, Leeds Booklet Printing Company conducted a thorough and rigorous selection process of the UK’s top 50 creative agencies before finally deciding that Taxi Studio was the perfect partner to devise and deliver an entirely new brand name and identity system for their business – bespoke, academic planners.
Taxi’s involvement encompassed all aspects of the rebranding process, including DNA workshops, strategic positioning, customer research, name generation, design, artwork and roll-out across all their brand touch points.”
Designed by Reynolds & Reyner | Country: Russia
“Launching a new coffee brand in today’s very competitive market is hugely challenging. You have to offer something truly unique, of the highest quality, along with great atmosphere.
You really have to stand out in a crowd.
London is a city deeply rooted in its traditions, history and architecture. Loyalties are formed in childhood and honored for a lifetime. So our task is not just to show the outstanding benefits of our product but to weave these assets into the larger culture and themes of London culture, combining the heritage of coffee drinks with the distinctive, one-of-a-kind pleasures of London House coffees.”
Designed by JOY. | Country: Australia
“Our agency business cards were designed to simply reflect our agency name and personality.
The use of a fluffy heavyweight bright white stock offered a tangible feel to the card, in contrast to the subtle white foil stamping of our logo.
Details are letterpress on the opposite side with the edges painted in our colour palette.”
Designed by Ascender Design | Country: Australia
“For corporate communications consultant Megan, a new brand identity increased the visibility of her business, along with its value. Aligning Megan’s primary planning, training and writing services under a single descriptor — ‘communication strategist’ — clarified her capabilities. Using language and typography to design an innovative logo reflected Megan’s personality. The result was some of the ‘The Year’s Best Work’, according to industry publication, Australian Creative.”
Designed by Akufen | Country: Canada
“Montreal-based restaurant Projet 67 has for mission to let discover other culinary cultures in the same way of the 1967 Universal Exposition. Menu changes every season, inspired by the heritage of different country that were present to the Expo.
The logo is a representation of the USA pavilion, which is the emblem of the Expo since its impressive burning in 1976. The graphic design reflects the non-traditional and modern layout of this era.”
Designed by Bureau Rabensteiner | Country: Austria
“Legends revolving around Innsbruck’s ‘backyard mountain’ all have to do with slats and boards, of course, the kind you ski on. But Jakob Falgschlunger, a professionally trained carpenter, didn’t really have skis on his mind when he founded his company back in 1929. He was thinking more about things like quality, devotion and reliability as the fundamental building blocks of his carpentry workshop. Following in his footsteps, carpenters Alois Falgschlunger and Anton Falgschlunger subsequently pursued the enterprise so that it is now entering its fourth generation. Since 2003, Mario and Daniel Falgschlunger have been at the helm and are carrying on the professional family tradition in the best possible way, the only way they know how. Passionate dedication, adroitness and solid craftmanship skills are the hallmarks of this Tirolean Quality Enterprise which, together with hand-picked regional partners from the nearby surroundings, succeeds in designing, fulfilling and executing to perfection the wishes of clients from far and near.”
Designed by Studio Blackburn | Country: United Kingdom
“Molly Watson helps leaders to develop and deploy their most valuable communication resource: themselves – their own experiences, insights, opinion and the impression they make as individuals.
She commissioned us to articulate this proposition in the form of a visual identity, including website, stationery, business cards, templates and a reformatted CV.
The use of a bold colour against the muted palette and the speech marks in the logo imitates the distinctive effect of Molly’s work on her clients and their organisations. They stand out.”
Designed by Pentagram | Country: United States
“Jigsaw is the production company of the Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney, known for his gripping and insightful documentaries Taxi to the Dark Side, Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room, We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks, and most recently, The Armstrong Lie, about Lance Armstrong. Pentagram’s Emily Oberman and team have created a new identity for Jigsaw that uses dynamic typography to convey the director’s hard-hitting yet balanced approach.”
Designed by MM | Country: United States
“Inspired by the city of San Francisco and its diverse culture, The Battery is a private establishment aimed at the nurture and embrace of forward-thinking minds in the arts, technology and other thriving industries and passions. Michael & Xochi Birch came to MM for us to provide a solid brand foundation & become the firm to craft the story from the ground up. After a deep research phase and diving into the rich history of the building, we began slowly unpeeling the layers that would assist us in visually telling the narrative.”
Designed by Band | Country: Australia
“Claire Kneebone is a renowned Australian interior architect who primarily develops interior solutions for the hospitality industry. The spaces she creates have an industrial, minimal ambience with use of structural elements and dark tones which are juxtaposed with the warmth of recycled materials, metallic finishes and highlights of solid colour. Our challenge was to develop a brand and collateral that represented this. Inspiration was taken from her work and a structural condensed logotype was developed. Stationery was letter pressed on uncoated stock to give a tactile finish; bronze foiling and edge gilding were used to embellish and provide contrast.”Next »