Asenza Capital is a venture capitalist based in Monterrey, Mexico specialized in real estate investments, public market, and private equity. Together with their associate developers, they seek to add financial and legal value to each project. Asenza provides solid strategies and networks for growth and development. Designed by Firmalt.
It has been a long steady journey with Ballettonet and these are some of the early collaterals we’ve created soon after they launched. Symphonic Pixels are deeply inspired by the co-founders Stephanie and Ben who now built their empire and are making the go-to place for quality handmade Ballet flats.
Rawganique founded by Thammarath Jamikorn & Klaus Wallner in 1997 is a handcrafted products manufacturer that is based on Denman Island in Canada’s Strait of Georgia. They are chemical-free and sweatshop-free. Made in-house for end-to-end purity and founded by off-the-grid island homesteaders.
Peltan-Brosz were comisioned to create their new visual identity. Peltan-Brosz made a sistem that is strict with its logo and font. But like nature itself from where the firm has its most inspiration the identity had to be more opened and closer. That is why in order that the identity is one in every way and reflects the new lifestyle that the firm proclaims we thought of using something personal like handwriting. In handwriting we saw the presence of the personal touch to each product, it gives the impression of a custom made material, it breaks away from commerce and convetional and it is modern. So Peltan-Brosz devised a custom typeface for Rawganique, that due to modern printing techique we could create more verions of written words on labels. In this way almost all labels differ form one another, because every label set on the offset printing sheet is defferent from one another in terms of typeface and pattern crop to.
Skellefteå Kraft is the fifth largest electricity producer in Sweden and wholly owned by Skellefteå Municipality. With more than a 100 years in the business, they have the most sustainable energy production in Sweden as well as the most satisfied customers (survey 2014).
Bold‘s brief was to create a new visual identity that better reflects the company they are. The identity should help them stand out from the competition and generate interest in a market with low engagement. As a market challenger, Skellefteå Kraft also needed to be distinctly different from the established, more traditional power giants. Electricity is uninteresting. That’s at least what most people say. And studies seem to say the same thing. So to generate interest we chose to focus on what electricity creates – energy!
One of the cornerstones in the new visual identity is the new logotype, which combines the letters S, and K. ’S’ represents a stable foundation and ’K’ represents energy. The ’K’s outward direction forms a layout system where energy can be visualised in different ways. The new typeface, colour palette, layout system and all new graphic elements such as icons, illustrations and patterns are all designed to be differentiating and full of energy.