Branding and logo design for New Ulm, Minnesota based company, Oswald Publishing. They are a long standing publishing firm that specializes in providing excellent literature to diverse demographics. Designed by Quintavious Shephard.
O Architecture is a small architecture studio based in Lille, France, working in a wide range of disciplines. With their simple name, we wanted to create a bold logo mark to gather all their different projects under a focused symbol. The solid circle with the disruption creates a triangle reminiscent of an A — a bold symbol for easy application. Designed by Heydays.
If you’ve ever thrown salt over your shoulder or walked around a ladder, the chances are you felt slightly anxious as the calendars flipped over from 2012 to 13. Working with talented wordsmith Nick Asbury, Magpie Studio wanted to spread a little optimism about the year ahead.
2013. It’s going to be great, isn’t it?
IWANT were invited by the Architecture Foundation to take part in New Windows on Willesden Green. A project to revive and improve the local area by decorating local shop fronts in the form of an advent calendar reveal. 25 young designer / artists were given a shop each to transform. Our was a local hairdresser
Orxata” is an artisanal drink typical from Spain, specifically from Valencia. The project’s goal is to give it the value it really deserves as a star product of the Mediterranean culture.
Through a high-quality, luxury and prestigious international brand, we intend to revamp this product. Therefore, MEDNUT is the new orxata chain that we propose, dedicated to the production, sale and promotion of traditional orxata. Designed by Cinking Studio.
By definition, a milieu is the context or environment in which one lives and is influenced by. With this in mind, Milieu Property is a boutique developer with an emphasis on creating spaces of influence.
Interpreting the milieu as a mix of complementary opposites, the stationery suite took cues from the physical nature of a building. Combining industrial box board with premium cotton stocks — playing on the relationship between the inside and outside.
As an extension of the complementary opposites theme, a visual language was created that gave the brand meaning before the first project was off the ground. The Melbourne milieu was captured by photographer Leigh Crow and spliced together to create a feel of things to come. Designed by Studio Hi Ho.
Javas Lehn partnered with a new cold pressed juice concept in Brooklyn to create a new brand from the ground up. We started by developing a brand idea that encapsulated the ethos that made their juice special: less is more. Inspired by this contradiction Javas Lehn named the brand Tiny Empire which alluded to the notion of something as simple as small batch juice powering New Yorkers to do big things. With that as our platform, they went to work expressing that idea at every consumer touchpoint from identity and visual system to retail and online presence.
A sustainability report artwork for a corporate client. The theme of this illustration is has to include the wording ‘transformation’, illustration was inspired by a short sentence; ”sustainability as part of who we are and how we operate” which including elements such as people, environment, energy supply and business performance. Designed by Thoughts Come True.
DTDigital is Australia’s pioneering digital agency, guiding brands to the future through insight, strategy and ideas. DT’s new brandmark is bold, geometric, solid and confident. Art and illustration is used to express concepts such as imagination and science, art and technology; an astronaut exploring the digital frontier, a rocket ship powering into space or a visual that suggests the infinite.
The supporting graphic language is energetic and colourful; geometric patterns which radiate and pulse giving an illusion of movement and energy to capture DT’s constant motion and progression. A core colour palette of bright primary colours and impactful typography move DT confidently forward into the future space they own. Designed by Designworks.
Borna&Fils is a French fashion house whose creations embody her vibrant spirit, polished aesthetics and out of boundaries way of thinking. Their designs are flamboyant and common at once, fresh and original with retro references at times. Bunch was in charge of designing the brand and its applications, with logotype designed as a custom version of an Apsasu, a female version of Lamassu, usually associated as a symbol of power with the ancient Assyrians. Identity was applied onto everything from stationery, bags, lookbooks, custom tags, labels, billboards and website to launch event graphics, signage and various in-store collateral for their first flagship store in Venice in Calle delle Ostreghe.