Archive for the ‘branding’ category

Cyriano Dogwear Outfit store by Marçal Prats, Enric Cano & Isaac Santos, Barcelona – Spain

April 25th, 2017

The logotype was designed keeping in mind seamless application as a metallic badge on the bags and beds or as a embroidered label for the clothes. Cyriano Dogwear Outfit is an elegant fashion brand for dog lovers inspired by British tailoring.

Aromayur identity & packaging by Zooscope

April 24th, 2017

The packaging illustrations use an underlying grid that adapts to different variants giving the company flexibility to launch fragrances. Custom artworks were made using scent ingredients to create a premium, natural and vibrant identity.

Hawkins & Brimble branding by Design Happy

April 22nd, 2017

For the branding itself we developed a bespoke typography style based on beautiful vintage barber signage and branded stamps to give the brand a sense of heritage and efficacy.

La Rinascente windows by Paola Pivi, Milan – Italy

April 22nd, 2017

The installation makes references to art and design, but also to modern lifestyles and to the concept of free time, to nature and to work. Pivi’s sculptures in I am tired of eating fish are inhabitants of a dimension between reality and imagination

Slavian Fest branding by BRANDEXPERT

April 21st, 2017

Brand identity is based on the motifs of one of the most common Slavic folk crafts – hand embroidery on authentic grey linen fabric. Traditional field flowers, grass and berries have always been the most common patterns in such embroideries.

Michael Kors Spring 2017 windows, New York

April 21st, 2017

The walls are made of Plexiglas and each flower was applied by hand. Our aim was to vary both the depth and scale of the individual blooms in order to create an effect like that of an actual field of flowers.

Dekamp Architekturbüro branding by Bureau Mitte

April 20th, 2017

The business cards are printed in four colors on heavy weight paper and highlighted with a dark grey colored edge.

Willie’s Kitchen Range packaging by BrandOpus

April 19th, 2017

Following on from the overwhelming success of his chocolate bar and chefs’ ingredients ranges, Willie has developed Willie’s Kitchen range as a way to inspire people to use chocolate in more adventurous ways.

Muni coffee shop branding and design by Crate47, London – UK

April 18th, 2017

Muni is a coffee company that combines both Filipino and European coffee influences, and our approach was to reflect this USP across the entirety of the brand.

FongCha tea packaging by Hi Nio

April 17th, 2017

The design of illustrations is inspired by the landscape of the tea plantations-cloudy mountains, vibrant tea shoots, and creatures in the tea garden. One of four scenes, consisting of a landscape of Taiwan tea country, which encourages consumers to collect the four different packages and display them in the room.

St Austell Korev branding by Cookchick Design

April 16th, 2017

St Austell commissioned CookChick Design to rejuvenate the branding and packaging for their iconically Cornish lager. The new 330 ml bottle format features direct print effect labeling with raised tactility inks.

Rainy Seasons branding by Pavla Chuykina

April 14th, 2017

Increased rainfall has positive impact on crop production and you know what they say “low fly the swallows, rain to follow». If you see the swallows, take this umbrella with you.

Casa Virginia wine packaging by Ardesia Studio

April 13th, 2017

The names of the wines recall the ancient legends of Bergamo, full of beasts and fantastic characters, able to pass today like yesterday the roots of this family.

Argyrakis Wine packaging by Dust Go Creative

April 12th, 2017

Our project was to create the “ati”, which means horse in the ancient Greek language. Ati logo for Red, White and Rose is inspired from the history of Argyrakis family, their roots from Ismir and the horses that they was using for transportation.

Art Card branding by Bureau Mitte

April 11th, 2017

The city map shows an extract of Frankfurt with all the museums shown as black icons alongside various information. The Art Card is printed in three different colors – green, red/pink and blue – showing the cultural diversity of Frankfurt.

Lee® Rider Jacket windows by Frank Agterberg/bca – Europe

April 11th, 2017

The open constructions we used can easily be turned, both horizontally and vertically, to be adapted to every store window’s size. They can also be taken apart completely, making it particularly easy to store them once they are no longer needed.

Rebecca Polewsky corporate design by Bureau Mitte

April 10th, 2017

The business cards are printed on two different papers beside the different feel of the surface the special print enables an embossed logo at the front page. After laminating both papers the business cards as well as the whole stationery received a pink colored edge.

Clarke’s Standard branding by RAO Creative, Athens – Georgia

April 8th, 2017

White painted brick and stark black trim with gold lettering on windows brought a previously ill-painted storefront back to an appropriate aesthetic. Interiors with brass globe light fixtures, mixed wood tones, and original exposed brick complete the spaces’ nod to 1950’s Athens.

Toasted packaging by Elise McIntyre

April 7th, 2017

The hand lettered logo and whimsical illustrations bring adults back to their childhood, while the bright colors and sans serif fonts keeps the brand modern and sophisticated. The color palette was inspired by the various colors seen in a campfire flame from the bright red embers to the dark gray charcoal.

Bee There Honey packaging by AIDA PIONEER Branding & Creative

April 7th, 2017


The geometric design of each label reflects the bee’s ways from the beehive to the different places of honey flow – the linden grove, the may meadow and the buckwheat field. As a result we managed to avoid the traditional visual clichés (bees, bee’s cells, drops etc.) and create a nuanced design instrument which we can use to label different kinds of honey.