Zeppa’s own visual brand identity had to represent their company’s character. Zeppa is highly engaged and dynamic, and they love clarity. That’s why they used a ‘point’ in the logo – they like to get to the point. Zeppa love playing with black and white, but there’s always room for colour.
Packaging and stationery around the studio and shop, including hand-embossed stickers and hand screen printed cards for artist/maker collaborations in the shop, letterpress notebooks, and screen print/gold foil/letterpress calendar art prints. Designed by Julia Kostreva.
Nationella kvalitetsregister (NKR) translated into National Quality Systems of Quality Tools gives us in Sweden unique opportunities to improve quality of the healthcare industry. This unique system has mainly been developed with relatively small financial resources and with small elements of central control.
The client is the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions. Söderhavet has developed the channel independent brand identity as well as templates for printed materials and website.
Ben Weeks is an illustrator whose work includes editorial, advertising and environmental illustration. Drawing from Ben’s personable nature and whimsical work, the brand reflects these sensibilities through playful typography and a broad colour palette. Designed by Tung.
Strong. Contemporary. Cohesive. Clear. A new logotype and identity that functions well through all touchpoints and that encapsulates the essence of the MTG brand. Smart. Brave. Fun. Engaging. Designed by BVD.
Pablo & Rusty’s is an award-winning small-batch coffee roaster based in Sydney, Australia. They strive to find amazing coffee; determine the best way to roast it; take it to one of their four stores and deliver an exceptional experience to their customers. Pablo & Rusty’s have a strong company culture, are passionate about sustainability, and are in constant pursuit of perfection.
Pablo & Rusty’s approached Manual to rebrand the company and better reflect the values they’d developed over the past decade. An immersion into the brand began with a brief research trip to Sydney to learn more about local coffee culture and experience Pablo & Rusty’s retail locations.
Manual then created a complete brand identity, and applied it to key retail and packaging elements. Manual began by taking inspiration from the core of their business—the humble coffee sacks and stencil typography often found printed on them—and reinterpreted this as modern, sophisticated custom-drawn logotype. In our research we discovered that many of their customers and staff referred to them as ‘P&R’ for short, so we recommended building on that brand recognition and created a monogram that would work at small sizes. This duality in naming and branding provided the backbone for all print, packaging, and retail design elements.
The simple use of typography and restrained color palette provided the appropriate level of design sophistication, and allowed the cafe experience–and coffee–to remain the focus.
Anagrama branding proposal for Breakfast Club takes inspiration from traditional postal imagery and elements, such as stamps, seals and stickers over Kraft paper, the traditional postage packaging material. Even so, Breakfast Club is a brand that preserves simplicity and cleanliness in its vintage style. The main brand icon is based in the sound of birds singing in the morning, making it the secondary concept, along with a color palette inspired in bright sunshine and the blue morning sky.