Designed by lg2boutique | Country: Canada
“F. Ménard is a family hog breeding and processing business. The company, which was founded 50 years ago by Fulgence Ménard, is managed today by his children and grandchildren. F. Ménard has more than 1,000 employees and produces 20,000 pigs/hogs per week which makes the company one of the largest pork suppliers in Quebec. The company exports the majority (65%) of its production to countries around the world including Australia, Japan, Mexico, Russia, South Africa and the United States.”
Designed by Between | Country: Sweden
“Crosby is a new media production company in Stockholm focusing on still photography, film and web orientated productions for advertising agencies in specific. The company was founded in the Spring of 2012 by Photographer Petrus Olsson & C2.
The identity work focused on a very grid-orientated design. We wanted to give Crosby a personal, yet flexible identity which also would be fun to use on a daily basis. A bunch of different templates were designed. They were printed on four different colored papers and every single employee got a perforated sheet of business cards of their own. The grid is present though out the whole stationary. Set to 3 mm it is even a part of the perforation itself when you tear apart the business cards.
Printed in letterpress at Norrbacka Tryckeri in Stockholm using embossing and Pantone Black. Typeface: Linotype Neue Haas Grotesk.”
Designed by Tipos Gráficos | Country: Spain
“New identity for an international agency representing artists. The name evokes Spanish films from the nineteen fifties and is complemented by an image, typography, compositions and materials that recall imagery from the “golden age” of film.”
Designed by Brandcentral | Country: Ireland
“The client had 3 requirements:
1) Clean uncluttered design, that reflected the practice approach to projects
2) High quality paper stock and contrasting materials
3) A flexible solution that would enable them to cost effectively change physical location”
Designed by Bureau Rabensteiner | Country: Austria
“This is the stationery design for N. Daniels, a rep and photo producer in Vienna. It’s simple, cool and thermo sensitive. The black color of the varnish fades at body temperature – as soon as you hold it in your hands you literally produce an image by yourself. It’s a dynamic and living design – the business cards are little polaroids with a constantly changing surface.”
Designed by Teacake Design | Country: United Kingdom
“These are our rather splendid business cards and letterheads, printed on Factory Yellow Colorplan photographed trendily next to some bits and bobs from around the studio!”
Designed by Elmwood | Country: United Kingdom
“Hall and Rose are a small, independent company that make soft furnishings by hand. As a growing business, they sought a new identity that would help raise awareness of their brand and set them apart from the competition.
They offer a range of services, from alterations to curtains, so we chose a spool of thread to cover them all. The needle and thread come together to create an iconic mark based on the letter ‘H’, symbolizing Hall & Rose’s name and handcrafted expertise. Simple and iconic, the identity positions Hall and Rose as a boutique company with sophistication and more than a stitch of personality.”
Designed by Rice Creative | Country: Vietnam
“The Propeller Group came to us with an extremely interesting challenge. They are an artist collective who ride the line between creating work for the art world & commercial world.
Much of their artwork is video based. Much of their commercial work is producing other artists video pieces, but the other part of that work could include a music commercial for Coca-cola brand or a music video for a pop singer. After rounds and rounds of head-ache inducing ( in a good way ) discussions. We concluded with them that they needed to split into 2 entries, hence the 2 logos.
Now The Propeller Group is happily ploughing forward in the art world with shows around the world including one recently at SF Moma, and the New Museum NY. TPG is a clear choice to go to for such artist as Dinh Q Le, or Superflex for collaborating on involved video work.
The dual identities have since been shown at Art fairs as a case study for how other artists can market themselves. The 2 identities have intrinsic similarities in typeface / grid. One we made white, and the other black.”
Designed by Boymeetsgirl Design Studio | Country: Germany
“New Image Creative Web Solutions becomes New Image Systems. The repositioning of the brand as “the coding experts” is a major step forward and nevertheless a return to their original roots. The sophisticated mark – an allegory to an extraordinary solid network – the distinctive console-styled typography, the powerful colors, the linear design system which is derived from the mark, and the use of a very particular kind of paper with a extreme high opacity decodes the new name into a visual identity that stands out from the masses of IT service providers and manifests the ambition to create remarkable software and system-solutions.”
Designed by Dawson Beggs | Country: United States
“Identity work for a fictitious upscale San Francisco hotel inspired by the San Francisco gold rush. The logo was inspired by the sails of a ship and the golden gate bridge, as well, the name “Argonaut” is a reflection of what gold seekers were once known as.”« Prev — Next »