Designed by Cossette | Country: Canada
“Wildfire is an experiential and events company. Their mission is to spark conversation. To bring this to life, we built the brand identity around a textural match strike pattern, clean typography and bold use of colour to echo the playful personalities of the founders and their modern approach to creating genuine brand experiences. As a physical manifestation of this, their business card also works as a functional match strike pad.”
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 The Folks Studio | Country: Singapore
“Folks’ identity is a journey of discovering our lineage. Based in multi-cultural Singapore, our identity was created to reflect our Chinese lineage. The word ‘民’ (min), translated to mean ‘people’, was carefully chosen as the core design element. It was also used form a pattern that brings to mind traditional window frames. A material that allows light through in a similar manner was brought in as a design consideration for our name cards, and our CD case was specially created with the bloom of a lotus in mind.”
Designed by Justin Crutchley | Country: United States
“Grand Union is a small design group primarily interested in branding from scratch for both print and web. Their stationery and letterhead system reflects their interest in detail and originality.”
Designed by Solo | Country: Spain
“Identity for a naming company based in Barcelona, Spain. Their name came from the twenty-seven letters the Spanish alphabet has.
Understanding the name as the best combination of glyphs, we created a symbol that combines two glyphs, numbers in this case; 2 and 7, to create an unique 27. All the stationery is printed over beautiful soft—colored stock papers which adds dynamism to the identity.
The project completes with an adaptation of the typeface, to understand each letter as a number of the alphabet, whenever any message is written.”
Designed by Leyla Muratovic | Country: Australia
“This identity needed to be flexible for the client. Although Guy is a photographer, he also does many other things in the industry. The inspiration for the pattern came from one of his cameras where you need to align 2 halves of the image through the view finder to focus.”
Designed by Studio Constantine | Country: Australia
“Studio Constantine is a boutique design and communications studio with experience on the global stage of design, advertising, innovation, marketing and publishing. We wanted our own printed materials to demonstrate the best-case impact achieved by intelligent and strategic use of a 2-colour production process, on both premium and commodity stocks.
By using our visual mnemonics of geometry and colour, beyond the normal containment of a marque or icon and type lockup, we define the aesthetic and layout of each piece as a whole. The result; a breadth of organic brand expressions.”
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 Jack Muldowney | Country: United States
“Katie Boyce asked for help branding her new political consulting venture, so I chose to combine a personable and approachable identity with equal elements displaying a bold professionalism. In the end, Katie received a colorful collateral set complete with personal stamps and embossers for quick branding restock.”Next »