Weld is a collaborative creative space in the industrial district of Dallas, therefore the building and space is the product that sells and furthermore the brand itself. Foundry Co’s goal with the logo was merely to accompany the space so we had to do something in the spirit of the building: industrial, clean and simple.
Studio Makgill designed a strong brand identity using just one colour – a metallic gold. They designed and artworked the full range of packaging, created an extensive guidelines document, designed the website and a suite of items for the successful press launch event.
The market primed, and contracts with Harvey Nichols and QVC already in place, the launch of James Read’s collection was an unmitigated success. The internet is positively jumping with praise with Vogue remarking “Unlike many self-tanning products, the packaging is of the type you’ll happily have on display in your bathroom”.
Some lovely branding by Hungarian design studio, Made by Zwoelf.
Branding, Print Design, Website Design and Build by Candy Black.
Visual identity for an employee engagement and change leadership firm based in Chicago. Photography and designed by Jason Travis.
Designed at Right Angle Studio (Senior Designer). Right Angle was engaged by Lend Lease to activate the site of their upcoming Studio 9 apartments. Following a ‘Quality of Place’ report that investigated Richmond’s cultural nuances, The Richmond Weekender concept was developed by Right Angle to add to the cultural landscape and build awareness about the building and suburb as a whole. Also seen in Luke Brown’s portfolio.