BeerCraftWhiskey (B–C–W–) is a Colorado white whiskey, a special collaboration between Wynkoop Brewing Company and Peak Spirits®. Designed by Berger & Föhr.
“The Common Sense is about taking the common expected ingredients, reinventing it and delivering it through a sensory experience”
The Common Sense is positioned as a contemporary high end tapas bar and restaurant located in Melbourne. The Common Sense is all about taking traditional elements and adding our own modern unique twist. Dining to us is not just about the food, its the experience. Designed by Sherman Chai
Packaging design for Butterfly Kingdom Taiwan Tea. Designed by Troonion Design.
Anagrama‘s proposal is a brand that adapts stylized Arabic calligraphy to a typical Mexican street setting, complete with neon colors and inexpensive materials, like craft paper bags.
Nuts can be a lot of fun and also have high nutritional value especially when oven-baked as in this case. Mousegraphics decided to opt for a consumer – friendly, casual looking yet careful approach, to combine both attributes in the best possible way. Mousegraphics developed the “Nuts for Snack” product name which plays on the double meaning of the word “nuts”; To “go crazy” over a type of food so as to make it a daily small nibble ritual – a snack must – and the actual meaning. Mousegraphics worked on the packaging design with an emphasis on illustration. Mousegraphics assigned this project to a collaborator who has worked with urban graffiti and fanzine illustration leading us to decide on several cartoon-like characters. Both cute and awkward, in funky, nut-related color schemes, these characters are assigned to the different product flavors and ultimately ‘communicate’ in a globally recognized urban jargon.
Branding, collateral and packaging for a mobile coffee-vending tricycle. The brand revolves around the patron saint of coffee, Saint Dreux, and the patron saint of cycling, Madonna del Ghisallo. It is the intersection Dreux and Ghisallo that is explored in the customised ampersand found in the logo. Designed by John Wegman.
The Moth project was one of those rare opportunities to empower the owner and her interior designer by immersing them in the identity design process before a single hammer is swung. The result is a stunning space that provides a seamless communication of brand.
The identity system consists of business cards, postcards, stamps (for bags etc), wrapping paper, swing tags, change-room curtains and signage. Inspiration is drawn from the striking visual representation of a moth derived from the mirrored inkblot images of the Rorschach test. The nature of the Rorschach test is also a comment on the subjective opinion of moths; some see a thing of beauty, others a pest.
The logotype was derived from found lettering, most notably a ‘W’ that was inverted to create an unusual moth-shaped ‘M’. Copper foiling creates a premium feel and echoes the copper window trim on the exterior of the shop. The moth symbol is derived from our’s and the client’s favourite inkblot moth image. Designed by Swear Words.
Drum & Kernel Popcorn is very popular among the locals where they operate in South East London (Saturday at Northcross Market at East Dulwich, and Sunday at Harne Hill Market). Mensten have drawn up a logotype, complimenting their already successful business and it has been applied on their red tent and popcorn bags.