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 lg2boutique | Country: Canada
“On the eve of its 40th anniversary the Olympic Park has undertaken a major shift of both the vision that propels it and of its vocation. The plan to relaunch and revitalize the site was set up with the goal of enhancing the profile of the Park and increasing traffic at the site. To carry this out it was necessary to define the essence of the brand that would inspire a new visual identity for the Olympic Park and for the full range of marketing, communications and operational activities.”
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 Brief | Country: Canada
“Stationery for Brief; A Vancouver based multi-disciplinary graphic design studio founded by Thomas Albrighton and Banafsheh Pourpezeshk. With strong beliefs in less is more and truth to materials Brief chose to make a statement through minimal graphics and vibrant neon coloured paper. Brief’s logo is custom blind embossed throughout all the stationery. Business cards are typeset in LL Circular designed by Laurenz Brunner for Lineto.”
Designed by Corktown Seed Co. | Country: Canada
“Corktown Seed Company is an integrated communications company located in Toronto, Canada. The agency is focused on values-driven clients and wanted the identity to reflect traditional values with timeless aesthetic.
To reflect craft and tradition, duplexed business cards were printed letterpress with areas for individuals to add their contact details. T-shirts were produced in-house, on-premise. Additionally, stamps were used to brand collateral materials and stationery.”
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 Foreign Policy Design Group | Country: Singapore
“Set within the gentle terrain of Laoshan in Nanjing, the architecture of Sifang Art Museum is a well-constructed mix of harsh angularity with an elegant appeal whereby the asymmetrical structure hovers in space. Every view angle yielding a different trapezoidal perspective; the collateral system adopts the trapezoidal form. The Chinese saying – Strength within Gentleness – is inspired by bamboo – the material and form used for landscaping and parts of the structure. This underpins the brand identity, describing the gentle landscape where in old China, scholars and artists took recluse to master their craft or refine their thinking. The demure that also balances the masculinity of the architecture. White, is also a canvas a museum would function as.”
Designed by 3 Advertising | Country: United States
“The Beer Institute is the beer industry’s voice for brewers and importers. We crafted a simple identity package that reflects the product’s natural ingredients.”
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 Mother New York | Country: United States
“Founded in 1974, Maison Gerard specializes in Fine French Art Deco Furniture, Lighting and Objects d’art. Maison Gerard approached Mother New York to re-design their brand identity and communications to coincide with the opening of a new gallery/showroom on East 10th Street. Mother NY created an identity that speaks to the tradition of the Deco period while reenforcing a contemporary point of view. This modern edge is communicated with printed materials, typography and photography that helps differentiate Maison Gerard from its competitors both within the United States and internationally.”Next »