August 8, 2011 | 6 Comments

Designed by Burnthebook | Country: United Kingdom

“We’re called Burnthebook. We’re an established creative agency in the UK and we have a background in publishing. So, when we created our new branding and stationery, it made sense to develop ideas surrounding bookbinding and traditional printing techniques.

Our branding is based on traditional publishing marks, whilst the business cards themselves are letterpressed. The coloured edges are reminiscent of the painted edges found on antique books, but we’ve used a bold crimson and white for a contemporary twist.

Burnthebook is a full service creative agency. We work on projects for print and for the web. Our studio is home to designers, web developers and copywriters.”


St. Bernadine Mission Communication Inc.

August 8, 2011 | 8 Comments

Designed by St. Bernadine Mission Communication Inc. | Country: Canada

“Saint Bernadine is the Patron Saint of advertising, graphic design, compulsive gambling and lung disease, as well as the name of a leading branding, advertising and design firm based in Vancouver, Canada.

This redesign of our stationery incorporates a system of patterns, inspired by endpaper designs, confessional booth screens and that quintessential advertising icon, the starburst.

Paper is Neenah’s Eames Weave Natural White, printed offset in three spot colours.”


The Great Blandini

July 10, 2011 | 7 Comments

Designed by Mike Rigby | Country: Australia

“Steve Bland is a re-toucher extraordinaire. Multi skilled in the mysterious ways of photoshop and a true Mac wizard. He asked me to create an identity that stood out from the usual, would appeal to the creative industry and reflect his sense of fun and humor. And so, plain old Steve Bland became ‘The Great Blandini’ and an engaging, Victorian inspired typographic identity unfolded. Referencing an era when magic was still truly magical.

The identity includes ‘playing card’ business cards, featuring a different photoshop trick on each one and magic wand poster proofing tubes.

Designed at Interbrand with Malin Holmstrom, Andrew Droog and Mike Reed.”


Mother of Pearl

July 9, 2011 | 1 Comment

Designed by William Hall | Country: United Kingdom

“Mother of Pearl is a clothing brand which uses technical fabrics such as those used in sportswear in a collection of luxury womenswear.

Examples include a non-creasing silk hoodie which rolls into its own pocket for transport, then uncrumples and fastens with magnets. Many of the items have lasercut elements or feature complex pattern cutting.

The stationery is a statement of intent, and a reflection of the brand values of Mother of Pearl. They aim to be innovative, audacious, experimental, stylish, and pioneering.

Using a three column grid, foiling and a large debossed area the letterhead features a large (126mm square) black block, which contributes a significant visual statement and echoes the square fabric label used on some garments. Anyone receiving a letter from Mother of Pearl immediately understands they are a company that innovates and enjoys the potential of doing things differently.

Most importantly this letterhead – and every other item in the stationery – is entirely functional, simple, and elegant.”



July 8, 2011 | 1 Comment

Designed by Greg Durrell | Country: Canada

“In the fall of 2010 I began a corporate identity for a metal fabricator based in Delta, British Columbia. The brief called for an extensive program including a new identity, stationary, photography, website and building signage

Since 1981, Marcon has provided steel for some of British Columbia’s most iconic infrastructures, including the Lions Gate Bridge, the Sea-to-Sky Highway and the Revelstoke Dam, to name a few. The identity draws its inspiration from the company’s values, with a clean, timeless and structurally sound design solution

The identity was developed in collaboration with Matthew Boyd and the photography was shot by Rick Collins.”


Paul Archer Design

July 8, 2011 | 2 Comments

Designed by ManvsMachine | Country: United Kingdom

“Brand identity for London based architecture studio Paul Archer Design.

The identity uses contrasting materials and processes with the intention of creating a tactile identity. A customised version of Serifa was drawn for the logotype, with a full version of ‘Serifarcher’ currently a work in process.”



July 7, 2011 | 2 Comments

Designed by Build | Country: United Kingdom

‘Identity for a London-based digital content/production company. 3angrymen commissioned us to completely overhaul their brand. Alongside a new marque (a bracketing device based on a screen) we devised a dynamic system of patterning that can be used in a never-ending combination of ways enabling the team to continually look fresh. A full stationery set (multi-use A4 sheet, business cards, address labels with accompanying templates + bespoke envelopes) was designed for maximum effectiveness whilst keeping print costs to a minimum.”


Charlotte Elizabeth Photographer

July 7, 2011 | 2 Comments

Designed by Stitch | Country: United States

Charlotte of Charlotte Elizabeth Photographer is new photographer on the Charleston scene. She came to Stitch to design her logo and give her a brand that reflected her energetic and out going personality. To capture Charlotte’s whimsy, we hand-drew her logo and established a set of icons to represent the different types of people she photographs – each illustrated through different types of transportation. Weddings (a tandem bike) Kids (a tricycle) Teens (a vespa) and so on. With Charlotte being a lover of downtown and its ease of getting to and from on a bike – it was a perfect fit. We combined letterpress and offset printing to produce her stationery set and made sure to include punches of color and illustration, all reflective of Charlotte’s love for life and photography.”


Mission Photo Production

July 6, 2011 | 1 Comment

Designed by Berg | Country: united Kingdom

“With a name like ‘Mission’ it would have been easy to fall into a cliché. We wanted to stay away from these and concentrate on creating a confident and functional mark with an established quality. We inherited the Helvetica Neue font and therefore needed to balance it’s utilitarian nature with the personality of the client.

To this end we used of a soft pink hue as a generic background colour on all communications. This made the brand more human and approachable whilst retaining a professional and efficient feel. The new identity was applied to a new website and suite of stationery.”


Bear René

July 6, 2011 | 4 Comments

Designed by Marque | Country: United Kingdom

“Bear René are an interior design business in the South of England. Marque were appointed to create a new brand identity and positioning for the business. An identity system was created which reflected the craftsmanship, detailing and sensitivity of their work on luxury home interiors. A monogram was developed which in turn can be used as a repeat pattern which is embossed or printed using thermography or foil onto a range of communications materials, as well as fabrics to be sold in the Bear René Studio.”


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