Designed by Hampus Jageland | Country: France
“Edgeboard are handmade chopping boards from the Northern Beaches in NSW that possess a special feature; an edge which you use to slide off the chopped food against. They use a natural anti-bacterial wood sourced form the Byron Shire.
The identity is based on the board’s special feature, the edge, and the brand comes to life using the edge in any any application. A simple, structured logo is used in combination with textured and environmentally friendly stocks.”
Designed by SouthSouthWest | Country: Australia
“There is always an air of excitement when a sharp, new idea is released into the ether. At the time we were briefed on this project, owner and editor Valeria Gosse had little more than a great idea, a cool name and a twitter account.
Sharing her vision, we set about building a flexible identity system that would engage her 18 to 20 something audience, springing to life online, across social media and in print. The online publication, designed and built by Flint Interactive now has crossed over from cheeky start-up, to category leader in a little over twelve months.”
Designed by B&W | Country: United Kingdom
Seven is a recruitment partner for national and international organisations helping them source the best people for their key positions.
Designed by Stitch | Country: United States
“A budget friendly identity system was developed for this Cucina Italiana using printed tape that can be applied to almost anything.”
Designed by The Consult | Country: United Kingdom
“Leeds based architect Robert Bumby heads up a dynamic practice working with clients ranging from the NHS, through to small independent charities. Having previously developed online branding for Rob’s previous company, we were in the prefect position to understand his company’s offering.
They were looking for a fresh brand identity that would reflect its craft and, being a new organisation, they also required name generation.
With a nod towards most people’s earliest experience of architecture – building blocks – The Consult developed the name ‘Stack’. A crafted typographical treatment was established alongside a stacked logotype and solid icon, forming a unique graphical look to the identity.
“The Consult have proved yet again that they know what works for the construction and built environment sector. I am delighted with the branding, the modernity of the look fits perfectly with our business and the naming is a stroke of pure genius.”
Designed by BOND | Country: Finland
“A dignified brand identity with high quality materials and finishes, designed for an international businessman.”
Designed by Bureau Rabensteiner | Country: Austria
“Stationery and identity concept for the Innsbruck based Bureau Rabensteiner. We tried to keep it simple and sleek. For a little touch of ‘old school’ we use these traditional wood handle rubber stamps.”
Designed by 3 Advertising | Country: United States
“Alone and Unafraid is an apparel company founded by two marines. We created business cards that doubled as survival tools. The back of the business card is polished to be used as a signal mirror if needed.”
Designed by by Natasha Mileshina | Country: Russia
“I needed an Identity for my online shop including packaging consistent with my products. Since I offer products with custom calligraphy, I thought that it would be nice to have it in my logo too and wrote; ‘Things by bubbo-tubbo’ in the middle. I was inspired by old stamps and packaging.”
Designed by Heydays | Country: Norway
“Our very own stationery. Only one typeface is used in limited sizes. The shiny chrome is an interpretation of our name — Heydays. The use of cardboard is in contrast to this, it is for function and everyday use. The use of function is further elaborated in the heavy use of custom tape. Print finishing includes blind emboss, mirrorboard, cardboard and silkscreened jewelcases.”« Prev — Next »