Anagrama gave the brand the rosemary (or “romero” in Spanish) not only as a wink to its name but also as a reference to this herb’s curious nature, as it only grows close to the sea.
Branding for Homa. Designed by London based Studio Small.
Market Lane is a small, specialty micro-roaster and café, located in Prahran Market, Melbourne. They source and roast specialty coffee from single farms, estates and cooperatives. Australian foodie royalty Fleur Studd approached Swear Words to design the identity for her über-chic café at the Prahran Market.
The design is a mixture of natural warmth and industrial cool. Earthy textures and colours take the edge off a clinical and scientific concept focussed on coffee education. From brand-naming through to design and implementation of the website, it has been a massively rewarding process. Designed by Swear Words.
Branding for a modern Italian restaurant in Miami. Designed by OCD.
Newscope Films are an independent producer of feature films and micro-budget genre movies for an international market. United by their mission to develop innovative, highly conceptual and original genre films, Karoshi created a dynamic identity solution capturing this brand essence while remaining accessible to their broad audience. Evoking the movement of the animation, with typographic inspiration being drawn from three-dimensional cinematic type, each monochromatic logotype is constrained within the proportions of 2.4:1 – the current widescreen standard.
The Hello Project is a locally based exhibition created to combat the “Seattle Freeze” by facilitating fun and quirky interactions between strangers. Through both physical and digital mediums, this process promotes community and open-mindedness. It’s time to say hello. See the project here.
Gabbani is the oldest delicatessen in the swiss italian part (1937). It is an old family business that survived and flourished until becoming the state-of-the-art reference in the food industry. 30 People are working to serve the best as possible to their costumers. The company is divided in the following sectors: food (vegetables and fruits, meet, wine and spirits, flowers, bread and pasta, G product line), restaurant, bed&breakfast and catering. For Gabbani Damian Conrad have created the new identity and few promotional campaigns.
From the name through to the identity, packaging and signage, we have created everything for Oliver Peyton’s modern British bakery brand. Designed by Farrow Design.
Branding for Syngroup. Designed by Moodley Brand Identity.
Hyperkit deconstructed the traditional barbershop situation and rebuilt it for a contemporary audience with all its recognisable parts present. Initial inspiration came from the organisation of objects within the traditional barbershop, as well as workshops, sheds and garages. Hyperkit developed a collaged aesthetic when designing the space and furniture, combining materials and textures in a very straightforward and functional fashion.
The graphic and geometric nature of the Joe and Co. logo and printed material was conceived as a contemporary substitute to the traditional barbershop patterns such as the stripy red-and-white pole and the black-and-white checked lino floors.