Archive for the ‘branding’ category

Eco DIY Collection by Eduardo Alessi

January 11th, 2013

The Eco DIY Collection is a series of products that use recycled cardboard as structural material. Every items is a flat 2d pattern cut from a single sheet paper to save material for production.


January 11th, 2013

The calendar 2013 comes in english in two color variations. Each color-ring represents one month of the year. Federal holidays (United States) are highlighted with an icon and white color. The tabular view at the bottom offers some space to fill in appointments or birthdays.

CALENDARS! Fab Perpetual Calendar by Studio Lin

January 10th, 2013

Fab asked us to design a calendar and packaging to be given to each of their more than 4,000 vendors. Our solution is an ultra colorful take on the Massimo Vignelli Max 365 calendar. The day can always be displayed no matter the year giving this calendar long-lasting value. On the back of each page is an iconic product from each of Fab’s many product categories.

CALENDARS! Calendar by Łukasz Drwal

January 9th, 2013

Calendar by Łukasz Drwal

CALENDARS! Calendar by Sudhir Kuduchkar

January 8th, 2013

Calendar by Sudhir Kuduchkar

Hjertemod barnding by Simon Friis

January 7th, 2013

Hjertemod barnding by Simon Friis

Rivet & Sway identity by Yiu Studio

January 5th, 2013

Drawing from the juxtaposition of their name, we balanced the use of raw, simple design elements like metal, wax string, & craft paper and contrasted it with flowing graphics and calligraphy.

El Montero restaurant by Anagrama, Saltillo – Mexico

January 3rd, 2013

Our job as brand developers was to create a personality where we could glorify traditional kitchen values making the most of regional raw materials. For the interiors, we developed a project where antique elements could be combined with modern objects allowing the space to communicate its gastronomical concept.

Grauforz office interior and branding by Anagrama

January 2nd, 2013

For the interiors, we developed a project where we applied steel and wooden elements. By using steel, we were able to be consistent with the products sold by the company. We were also able to communicate strength with a modern feel.

Nike Roger’s signature Zoom Vapor 9 branding by Darrin Crescenzi

January 1st, 2013

I worked with the Nike Tennis team on a limited-edition series of Roger’s signature Zoom Vapor 9 Tour shoe, limited to 287 pairs (one for each week on top of the rankings). I created a custom ambigram logo, pattern and special packaging — inspired by the back of playing cards — to honor the achievement.

Cervejaria República branding by Gustavo Bife Fernandes

December 29th, 2012

This project encouraged the discussion of legitimate Brazilian beverage, increasingly recurring theme in the brewer sphere. With a microprodutor market receptive to innovations, such an approach has proved to be welcome and necessary.

The Ivy menu by United Creatives

December 26th, 2012

The thought of designing a new drinks menu for the world famous Ivy in London was a daunting task until we visited its beautiful period building. Inspired by its leading stained glass windows and Art Deco interior new menu designs subtly reference period architectural features.

360 degree christmas book panorama by Yusuke Oono

December 25th, 2012

Japanese artist Yusuke Oono has expanded his 360° book project to celebrate the festive season. The three-dimensional panoramic structure references the format of a book and pushes it to become a new, expansive platform for narrative and story-telling.

Advent Calendar by Anna Trympali

December 24th, 2012

A special countdown calendar used to count and celebrate the days in anticipation of Christmas.

Accents Decoration store branding by La Tortillería

December 14th, 2012

In this project, our main goal was to highlight the meaning of an accent and its importance in different settings to create a unique space.

Kenji Tei Ramen House branding by Vgrafiks

December 13th, 2012

We give you a taste of Kenji Tei as they are, without drowning them in sauce and seasonings. Three colors are enough: red, white, and black. The logotype is influenced by Japanese calligraphy. The overall result is classy, but inviting.

Queensley Tea branding by Depot WPF

December 12th, 2012

Queensley Tea branding by Depot WPF

PACT branding & identity by ACRE

December 11th, 2012

The design execution of marbling was chosen to depict three dissimilar businesses coming together to form a single-minded entity. The swirls and mix of marbling underlines the brand’s reflexive yet determined vision of celebrating partnerships.

Petit Comité branding by Valentina Llorente

December 10th, 2012

Petit Comité is the first fondue products line that solves the problem of driving around to buy everything you need in order to enjoy all fondue has to offer.