Posts Tagged ‘logotype’

To Camoe Ice-Cream packaging by DN Group Digital Production

July 20th, 2017

We wanted to emphasize the naturalness of the product, this ice cream – it’s a classic 15% cream made by Russian state quality standard from natural milk, the same as was thirty years ago.

Irving tea packaging by Aneta Dworzyńska and Bernadetta Burek

February 1st, 2017

The package is as eco-friendly as possible so there are only 2 colours used in printing on eco paper + some more for a logotype sticker.

Ocean packaging by Jekyll and Hyde

May 17th, 2016

In order to demonstrate the freshness of the product we decided to show that the consumer buys almost live fish.

Mostsvettorg Branding by Fiodor Aleksson

June 29th, 2015



Mostsvettorg is a developed chain of 71 flower shops in Moscow.

Altavins branding by Senyor Estudi

December 8th, 2014

Typographically, the labels reflect this concept, with an upturned letter ‘A’ giving shape to a logotype that reinforces the duality of Alta Vins.

Papabubble candy shop by Torafu Architects, Tokyo

April 4th, 2014

The wall serving as a wall-to-wall advertisement also functions as a merchandise display on which products are placed directly. Moreover, we inlaid the papabubble logotype into the checkout counter, taking after the idea of a candy that reveals the same pattern no matter where it is cut.

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.

GrapeFever branding by Workflock

October 22nd, 2013

GrapeFever branding by Workflock

Foodology Identity & Branding by Somewhere Else

May 16th, 2013

Based on the name, the identity treats Foodology as an institution for food and borrows different graphic elements from academia to create its own unique voice. The logo is designed like a seal with a “F” symbol and to express the fact that Foodology provides a wide selection of foods, the logotype comes in 6 different permutations with the “o”s replaced by different abstract symbols

Bermellón branding by Anagrama

May 7th, 2013

Our proposal reflects sophistication values that the brand promotes using an elegant typographic palette and a logotype with allusion to a family’s monogram. The selected vivid colors constantly remind us about the product’s extreme acid and spicy flavors.

Miss Kō branding by GBH

February 27th, 2013

The restaurant’s name and identity are based around the character of Miss Kō. A young, sexy but eternally mysterious symbol of Asia, and the embodiment of its traditions and its strangeness. Miss Kō shows us her ‘Yakuza’ full body suit tattoo, a sign in some Asian cultures of ties to the underworld.

Borna&Fils branding by Bunch

February 2nd, 2013

Borna&Fils is a French fashion house whose creations embody her vibrant spirit, polished aesthetics and out of boundaries way of thinking. Their designs are flamboyant and common at once, fresh and original with retro references at times.

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.

Kameleon jewelry by COEN!, Eindhoven

February 14th, 2012

Kameleon, a jeweller, has chosen COEN! to take care of its design management. All communication of this trendsetting jeweller is designed and guarded by COEN!. Jewels in this shop are presented by personality, not by material or by brand. A new logotype, designed in four personalities, and a new website are the first results of this new identity.

Aura store by Dalziel and Pow, Riyadh – Saudi Arabia

November 15th, 2011

We have developed and designed a new fashion homewares brand, Aura, for the Middle Eastern market. Our brief was to create a brand identity, store environment and brand communications, including their packaging, to encapsulate a new confident and younger Saudi Arabian and wider Middle Eastern style.

New visual identity for Isem by Mattia Castiglioni

July 27th, 2011

ISEM is the Italian market leader for luxury packaging in cosmetics and perfumery. Established in 1949, in 2011 the company started a new chapter in its history, repositioning itself in national and foreign markets with new goals and a new corporate image.

Teixidors brand identity by Cla Se

July 18th, 2011

A project for a very special cooperative, winner of the National Award for Craftwork 2008, that is committed to the legitimacy of being different. The refined simplicity of the products provided the inspiration for our approach to the design. Clear forms, warm and simple colours and a very clean and fine typeface. The logotype, formed of an underscored x shape which refers to the basic component of weaving and also accents the most notable letter in the company’s name.