Self promotional identity. Working with his surname ‘Middleditch’ to form a cohesive visual language across all promotional material. Designed by Joshua Middleditch.
Self promotion for Sjaak Boessen.
Business cards, letterhead and envelope letterpress printed on Crane’s Lettra paper. Designed by Daniel Renda.
Studio stationery for Geneva based design studio, Marks.
Identitiy for designer, Vincent Schwenk.
After years of designing better brands for everyone else, Truf felt it was time to better our own. Moving away from the textured, Russian Constructivist-look and more towards the Swiss, Truf distilled our identity down to its purest form: der Umlaut. Circles, dots and the Ü motif reconfigure into interlocking and repeat patterns creating a set of unique business and greeting card designs. Electric bolts echo the magnetic philosophy behind our Brand Attraction process. The full system reflects our flexible design aesthetic. Truf partnered with JMX2 to build a site that’s responsive, making it a true fit for any size screen.
Some shameless self promotion of my new website and personal stationery for Could Not Sleep.
Identity and stationery range featuring business card, letterhead and compliment slip.
Business card triple duplex; one layer die cut 120gsm white uncoated, two layers 80gsm fluorescent orange. Letterhead and compliment 80gsm; printed side white uncoated, reverse fluorescent orange. Designed by Will Asken.
Personal stationery for Leta Sobierajski including logo, business cards and letterhead.
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?