Archive for the ‘visual’ category

Identity design for Priyanka Kanakia Fashion House by The Design Grid

September 25th, 2016

Each garment is individually designed and hand crafted. The challenge was to create an identity and the store space that reflect this essence.

Kabuki branding concept by SeriesNemo

September 23rd, 2016

It presents two different bottles of spirits, honoring the Kabuki performers, that were initially women and later men.

ASICS DynaFlyte™ Campaign by Green Room Design

September 23rd, 2016

The consumer is quickly offered a deeper level of understanding of the tangible features and benefits of the shoe that runners will experience. This is communicated through the ‘FlyteFoam™ data panel’ which delivers the benefits of the shoe mid-flight – speed, cushioning and comfort.

Branding for Stevenson Systems by Socio Design

September 22nd, 2016

Stevenson Systems approached Socio to create a new brand identity that would solidify their reputation as global leaders in the Space Accounting field and future proof the business from competing firms.

Harrods Superbrand Mannequins by Global Display – London, UK

September 22nd, 2016

The mechanism allows the product to appear as if it is floating in the window, with minimal distraction and combined with the subtle backdrop, flooring and plinths presents the merchandise in a premium and contemporary manner.

CS Brand & Packaging by Angelina Pischikova

September 21st, 2016

CS company’s branding and packaging has been inspired by the old physics books which are diagrams of electrical circuits and illustration of scientific experiments in the style of engravings.

Ramer Sponges packaging by Buddy

September 20th, 2016

Our Love Water identity for Ramer is all about the ultimate drench – the benefit to body and soul of a good soak with a Ramer sponge.

K11 Mooncake packaging by Not Available design

September 19th, 2016

Not Available designs the Mooncake packaging for K11 this mid-autumn festival, themed with different lunar phases. Abstracted graphics and contemporary colors are used to present the lunar cycle.

T2 & Raw Edges limited edition packaging

September 19th, 2016

The designs explore the colours, smells, textures and shapes found in the raw ingredients that make up each tea and how they change during the brewing process.

Gray Wolf Coffee packaging concept by Merril “Moyl” Cledera

September 16th, 2016

I wanted to explore the notion of presenting coffee in a bright way, instead of the usual brown mug; I wanted to see coffee as something full of vitality and intention.

Full of Luck Club branding by Bravo Company

September 15th, 2016

Full of Luck Club 福乐 by Li Bai, is a modern Cantonese kitchen serving authentic Chinese comfort food and lots of good luck.

Once A Month tampon packaging by Olivia Chan

September 14th, 2016

A minimalistic approach was used to create a luxurious feel because many women are still embarrassed to carry such product.

Robinsons Glasshouse pop-up concepts by Kingsmen Projects, Singapore

September 13th, 2016

The pop-up retail space is embedded with state-of-the-art in-store analytics hardware and software, and adopts a holistic approach driven by measurement of returns on experience through technology.

FRO FRO™ branding by Bravo Company

September 13th, 2016

A simple and catchy brand name was conceived to create a lasting impression, especially on kids.

The Marmalade Pantry by Bravo Company

September 12th, 2016

We invigorated The Marmalade Pantry brand from the ground up with a new trademark, a fresh hue and garnished it with some olives.

Belle Fleur hair atelier by iks design, Nagoya – Japan

September 12th, 2016

While the existing triangular-shaped high ceiling is kept and revived, we applied a soft and gentle color scheme to the interior space; decorative frames, preserved flowers and other items were placed to accentuate the space.


Factory 54 windows at Arena Shopping Mall, Herzelia – Israel

September 12th, 2016

Factory 54 windows at Arena Shopping Mall, Herzelia – Israel

Sur La Table Terracotta packaging by Alireza Jajarmi

September 9th, 2016

The packaging is designed to bring 3 breakable glasses together by using recyclable material while protecting and keeping the glasses intact. Each tea cup comes with a surprise beneath it, a wooden coaster that also helps fasten the cups to better keep them in place.