The Wild Network are a collection of organisations who came together around the Project Wild Thing film, and pooled resources to help kickstart a movement to reconnect kids and nature.
Fieldwork developed a brand identity, custom hand-drawn type, a series of illustrations, and a website to promote the film and get the community started. We applied the visual identity across film, web, and various printed materials.
Notting Hill Housing Association is an innovative housing association and one of the largest property developers in London. They house people in need, help residents become homeowners and reinvest the money generated to build more new homes. For over five years February have created brand positioning and identities for NHH across a wide array of their popular developments.
Brand identity and package design for a small Italian coffee roastery, called Nero Scuro.
The roastery is driven by a simple process: source the best single origins available on the market, roast them at perfection in small batches with a manual machine and pack the coffee straight away to ship it worldwide.
wanted to communicate the italian quality and the old school process with an handmade logo of an old roaster, shown while he is smelling the aroma and checking the roast level of the coffee during the roasting process. That is an important step for give the coffee perfect results, so I tried to tell this professional behavior through my illustration.
designed the packages trying to put the most important information on the front label, such as the coffee origin, the roast colour and the grind method; while on the back I put the secondary informations, such as the varietal and the tasting notes, in such a modular grid. Then, Manuel Bortoletti
found color keys for the three coffee collections: organic, reserve and rare.
A generational family business with a 28 year heritage needs careful treatment when it comes to rebranding, but if that business is also a funeral directors, it really needs handling with care.
Marking its move to another generation of the Devall family, D.B.Devall & Sons instructed us to undertake a full rebrand, including all printed collateral, brochures, website and signage. Parent simplified the name to ‘Devall & Son’ before creating the unique marque from a bespoke typeface drawn specifically for the project. Photographer Steven Friedman was commissioned to create a series of abstract pieces used as backdrops and mood-setters for the various communication material.
Herdade do Esporão, located in Alentejo region, occupies more than 1550 ha, with 450 ha of vineyards and 80 ha of olive groves. Last year, they reopened the wine tourism house, that offers the visitors a close look to what they do and how they do it. The place has a great restaurant with a beautiful view over the vineyard and the lake, as long as a wine bar and a store were visitor can learn about their products.
For the Herdade do Esporão wine tourism identity, White Studio wanted the feeling of the region: the quietness and the detail of the landscape, the pleasant silence of its affluentfauna and the rich and unique cultural tradition.
The whole identity is based on the traditional blankets characterized by their geometrical patterns in strong colours. White Studio redesigned these patterns and applied them to the several graphic objects. The identity becomes not just one colour or one pattern but a variety of strong colorful patterns that come together to emphasize the strong relationship between Esporão and Alentejo. One of the main features of this identity is also the use of natural materials as craft paper and local woods and fibers, always looking for ways to connect with the environment and the surrounding land.