Posts Tagged ‘typography’

JP Graziano branding & packaging by Jen Serafini and Jack Muldowney

August 5th, 2014

JP Graziano is one of the oldest and most recognized sandwich shops and Italian grocers here in the West Loop of Chicago. Jack Muldowney and Jen Serafini came up with a new branding concept to refresh their current visual identity by focusing on their rich history and quality product.

Christmas card typography gold stamp 2014 by Lemongraphic

December 20th, 2013

Christmas card typography gold stamp 2014 by Lemongraphic

Twenty-four concept stores by Dalziel and Pow

November 15th, 2013

The concept centres on two bold feature boxes, which have landed in the store. The large, freestanding architectural boxes communicate the brand colour on the outside and have a contrasting internal lining, which either responds to trends to create a fashion space, or becomes softer to the rear to form a more discreet lingerie area.

Reykjavik Lights Hotel by Tark and HAF, Reykjavik – Iceland

November 13th, 2013

The visual calendar ‘Rímtafla’ is divided by months and distributed onto 12 corridors. Each corridor represents a month of the year and each room is linked to a specific day in the ancient Icelandic calendar. The rooms are decorated with unique color palettes expressing Iceland’s unique color spectrums.

Trapéziste Absinthe packaging by Jessica Destoppeleire

October 25th, 2013

Trapéziste, meaning trapeze artist in French, pulls upon this visual vocabulary by creating a sense of movement and swinging around the bottle. I drew custom lettering for “Trapéziste”, which was inspired by circus typography from the 1850′s. The bottle of absinthe comes in a special gift tube, in all black with subtle circus performer imagery throughout.

Farewell Co. branding by Ben Johnston

July 10th, 2013

The kit incorporates a hand-crafted selection of travelling essentails, that are also available individually. The circle icon with a line through it is based on the old Nomad symbol, meaning ‘Good Road To Travel’.These products are all essentials you would keep on you everyday and/or travel with.

Hudson Made packaging by Hovard Design

May 28th, 2013

Hudson Made packaging references a time in history when every item was individually boxed and packed by hand upon production. The incorporation of traditional printing and letterpress typography on sustainable papers and substrates creates a valued presentation to the goods.

DAY Birger et Mikkelsen branding by BAS

May 15th, 2013

DAY Birger et Mikkelsen is a Danish fashion company with collections for women, men and home interiors.

Daylong Packaging Redesign by TODA

May 9th, 2013

TODA is proud to announce the relaunch of Daylong—one of Switzerland’s leading brands in sun protection. Our New York office collaborated closely with our partners in Hamburg to guide our Swiss client in redesigning Daylong.

WOODEN STORE INTERIORS! adidas originals shop-in-shop at Footaction, Houston

April 4th, 2013

The shop-in-shop concept is called adidas originals collective by Footaction and features a New York-inspired sophisticated design with subtle lighting, polished timber, metals and leathers, spiced up with custom city colours, street culture-inspired art, typography, interactive digital features and in-store gigs by various artists.

Bach Espresso branding by COATS DESIGN

March 27th, 2013

Coats developed retro typography and icons, colours and patterns, and a weathered woodgrain effect working together to capture those affectionately held memories of the 50/60s Kiwi Bach, supported with a relaxed copy content and style.

DTDigital branding by Designworks

February 1st, 2013

The supporting graphic language is energetic and colourful; geometric patterns which radiate and pulse giving an illusion of movement and energy to capture DT’s constant motion and progression. A core colour palette of bright primary colours and impactful typography move DT confidently forward into the future space they own.

The Sicilian restaurant branding by Bravo Company

January 30th, 2013

The Sicilian is an old-style Italian restaurant located in New South Wales, Australia. As the brand name suggests, the design borrows heavily from the gentlemen’s style of 1940′s gangster films. We imagine this to be a place where mafia bosses patronise. The typography of the logo is inspired by engravings on firearms.

Playtype™ concept store by e-Types, Copenhagen

January 21st, 2013

The interior is, a visible extension of typography and our products, taking its que from the black and white chequered and continues in a monochrome palette featuring oversized fonts on windows and walls.

Neverclear packaging by Toni Hall

December 4th, 2012

The bottle is a diamond shape, and when you turn the bottle back and forth the optical illusion changes as you see it through the glass. These optical illusions will only become more interesting as the party goes on.

SSG Food Market branding by Mucca

November 23rd, 2012

A focus on local suppliers and their stories evokes the world of the farm, while custom stencil typography, natural materials and hand-applied graphics convey a spontaneous energy and artisanal spirit.

Nam-po identity by Twelve Studio

October 31st, 2012

Taking inspiration for the graphic treatments from native handwriting, we simplified this and introduced a modern colour palette and friendly typography to communication the brand values. The resulting look and feel was then rolled out across a wide range of applications, from the interior of the shop, through to packaging, animated menus and a simple website.

Denim Pavilion identity by Pavel Emelyanov

September 15th, 2012

Identity for online jeans store Denim Pavilion. It offers only quality original jeans from USA and Japan. There are presented labels such as Pure Blue Japan, Jean Shop, 3Sixteen, Tellasson, Eternal. The task was to create logotype stylizied to old labels. Identity is also based on typography and careful selection of materials.

BarQue restaurant by K-studio, Athens

June 29th, 2012

The BarQue restaurant in Nea Erythraia, a suburb in the northeastern part of Athens, Greece, was designed around the idea of social interaction. Designed by K-studio, who seems to have been designing every succesful restaurant around Greece lately, a sense of a social event combines with a comfortable interior dining experience.

Concrete business cards by Murmure

May 5th, 2012

Playing with the notion of scales, Murmure created a set of business cards made of concrete. This material, so characteristic of our environment, was enhanced by using the smallest and most refined communication support.