Posts Tagged ‘color palette’

Shrub & Co label design by Nørvik Design

June 12th, 2017

Our color palette maintains three Pantone swatches for each flavor. A more robust color palette comes from mixing those Pantone inks. The final touch is gold foil stamping. All of these elements come together and create a label just as bold and colorful as the tangy taste of the shrub!

Radio Roasters identity & packaging by TNKR Design

March 21st, 2016

The identity, packaging, and color palette was inspired by the golden age of radio, and the form and geometry of 1960’s radio’s.

The Collective Spotlight Campaign by LIGANOVA BrandRetail, New Delhi, Gurgaon, Chandigarh, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai & Kolkota, India

November 6th, 2015



The pan India window campaign for the Indian luxury retail giant, The Collective was conceptualized, designed, produced and implemented under the name ‘In The Spotlight’.

CISE offices by Angel Blanco + Jacobo Gomis, Santander – Spain

September 17th, 2015

All the essential spaces are arranged around the square, like the Entrepreneurship hall, which, thanks to a movable glass curtain, can be converted as public or private as desired. Here is also where elements in which the color palette has a major influence are incorporated.

PET PRODUCT BRANDING! American Academy of Pet Grooming re-branding by Emily Zirimis

April 5th, 2015

This project is a hypothetical re-brand for the American Academy of Pet Grooming. I chose to create a high-end line of pet grooming and pet care supplies which include dog shampoo & conditioner, and cat shampoo & conditioner, as well as cat and dog treats.

The Butlers Pantry Christmas range packaging by Brandcentral

December 26th, 2014

After exploring several routes we decided on a minimalist design that used well crafted statements which would create anticipation around the contents. The color palette was strongly festive and was combined with a simple, stylised snowflake pattern in a subtle light warm grey.

Shirt Factory identity by Bold

January 29th, 2014

A crest made up of tailoring equipment paired with a strong yellow color are the main carriers of the new identity. The crest signals quality and attention to detail, and the yellow color signals a youthful cockiness.

Moon Valley Organics rebranding & packaging by Partly Sunny

September 11th, 2013

Our approach centered on the idea of folk wisdom—simple, time-tested and connected to the earth—to present their products as both wholesome and effective. We combined this with a fashionably fresh color palette to stand out in a drab sea of natural products.

Samsung Experience store by OMA, Singapore

July 3rd, 2013

While relatively open in plan, the store is divided by themed zones, themselves appealing to different demographics and levels of user interaction. A ‘Soft Scape’ is an informal area where customers can test their devices.

Chanel store by Peter Marino, São Paulo

March 25th, 2013

The decor, as well as echoing the symbols of the brand, takes elements inspired by Coco Chanel’s apartment where he lived (which can be seen in tweed carpets, made ​​exclusively for the new spot.) In the color palette, shades that are always present in creations such as white, ivory, black and red predominate, between wall panels painted by hand.

Sawasdelight Thai Spa Cuisine by Clifton Leung Design Workshop, Hong Kong

January 30th, 2013

In line with the fresh ingredients, clean flavors and stunning food presentation of Sawasdelight, the interior exemplifies the characteristic style of Thai design, minimalistic and clean.

Minna Parikka flagship store by Joanna Laajisto Creative Studio, Helsinki

December 18th, 2012

Classic natural materials, such as leather, wood and marble, work well with the pastel colored background. The walls and glossy epoxy floors are a shade of faint powdery peach while the display shelves have mint and light coral hues.

Arrow New York store, Noida – India

December 14th, 2012

By creating drama through powerful visual merchandising statements and impactful use of backlit visual in the lounge area which looks like a scene in New York City the store always looks fresh and novel.

Noon fast food restaurant by Maam, Paris

November 24th, 2012

As the area of the restaurant was very small (36m2 included the kitchen) the architects decided to use a minimalistic style focusing on the production of personalized furniture.

Paga Todo corporate offices by usoarquitectura, Mexico City

November 9th, 2012

A big wood box, inserted respecting the surrounding design, greets everyday collaborators and visitors. Inside the box were located the reception, support area and interview halls, on top of it –with a panoramic view of the finance area- the personalized area to serve the dealers.

Li Ning flagship store by Storeage, Beijing & Shanghai

September 28th, 2012

Storeage, the Amsterdam-based retail design agency, has created a new retail concept for Li Ning’s flagship stores in Beijing and Shanghai. Li Ning is one of China’s largest developers and distributors of sports apparel, footwear, equipment and accessories.

Mercer-one thirteen restaurant by Rocco Laudizio (slick+design) & Roman Sanchez, Chicago

September 26th, 2012

This 6,000 square feet restaurant and lounge is separated into two distinct areas by a stunning glass encased fireplace creating an intimate and exclusive atmosphere. Earth inspired textures and color meld seamlessly to create this modern and sleek, nature-inspired space.

PLOT seating by osko + deichmann

August 10th, 2012

PLOT is a spatial seating landscape for a very wide range of use. Inspired by cascaded formations in nature, it provides multiple sitting positions. The unique way of connecting and arranging the identical modules makes it the perfect solution for any space or situation, be it an university setting, a hotel lobby or an airport.

Tokkad store by Ruscio Studio, Beauport – Quebec City

March 13th, 2012

The new design prototype design concept for an up-and-coming fashion retailer needed to be as trendy as the new brand. Neutral tones of charcoal grey and white, desaturated wood vinyl flooring, and reclaimed wood planks are key finishes and materials that set the tone for a warm color palette that allows signage and merchandise to stand out.

Galeria Kaufhof windows, Berlin

February 10th, 2012

Start of the season Galeria Kaufhof granted a glimpse into his creative departments. The spring showcase was designed as studios. However, in all pastel colors. Oversized pins, spools of thread, tape measures, scissors and fabric patterns form the backdrop for the new spring trends.