Melbourne based Fabio Ongarato Design has created the identity to one of Melbourne best boutique hotel, Crown Metropol. Work included creating the branding and stationery sets for bars and day spas within the hotel as well.
Torbjørn Anderssen and Espen Voll asked Anti to develop a new identity where they aimed to reflect their history of creating scandinavian classics and a design language built on functionality and Scandinavian modernism.
Capital Kitchen is a homewares and food concept store located in the luxury wing of Chadstone, Australia’s largest shopping centre. Cornwell created its brand identity in the style of a modern farmhouse. Illustrations mix a variety of nostalgic food items – like milk bottle, egg cups and preserve jars – to evoke a time when things were slower. The result is an environment that provides customers with a break from their chaotic city lives.
The Merchant is Guy Grossi’s new restaurant located in Melbournes CBD, CIP was selected to design the branding system. This included everything from the logotype, stationary, menus and signage to plates, glasses the website and an entrance mosaic.
Having joined forces in 2010, Gavin Martin Associates and Colournet wanted to raise their new profile without breaking the joint bank account.
Magpie Studio suggested making use of an unused canvas – the humble proof bag. Used by printers to deliver wet proofs to their clients, the bags were screen printed with a life-sized collection of eccentric objects.
Tucked under the arm, the proof bags act as walking billboards en route, and a talking point when dropped-off. Low cost, high impact and the promise of raising a smile.
Parklife is one of Australia’s largest music festivals with over 1300,00 people in attendance taking place in five cities around Austalia. James Kape worked in collaboration with Briton Smith the creator of the Parklife concept / imagery and designed the print collateral to be used at and around the festival.