Gorgeous work by Garbergs Project for Johan & Nyström Tea.
Without loosing style, we wanted to feed colours and playfulness into the concept. That’s why the tea-boxes are inspired by children’s playing blocks using initials from the actual product’s main ingredient/feature, allowing poetry writing on your kitchen shelf.
(via The Dieline)
Calexico’s Branding by Snask.
Calexico’s was made with the ambition to take Mexican food to Stockholm’s dining rooms, mixed with Sangria and frozen Margaritas. A fine blend of street tacos, a trendy bar and fine dining. We decided to hand paint the type, inspired by Mexican street taqueria signs and we chose a pastel colour palette accompanied by copper to add the luxurious feel. Everything carried the identity – from the menu to the clothes and the plates. The menus were printed as disposable coasters, which helped the hungry who now have their food options available the instant they sit down. A highly skilled window painter helped to add the final touch, actually using real gold on the restaurant windows.
Ladies & Gentlemen branding by Ghost.
Ladies and Gentlemen is a full service millinery boutique offering high-end, handmade and custom hats from across the United States. The owner of this unique shop, nestled in a popular arts district was looking for a mark that was as distinct as her clients and their tastes. For the identity, a stylized floral pattern was hand-illustrated and paired with a type-driven mark for a modern take on a millinery with vintage sensibilities. The business cards and collateral echo the quality of the shop’s offerings with hand-made details and use of personalized stamps on the stationery top off this one-of-a-kind brand.
Nice work - Assaggi Branding by Studio Hausherr.
Lovely print work for Terra Nova by Pentagram.
These ‘collect them all’ business cards designed by Jake Dugard for the Makers Union are great.
Knowing that I was screen printing the cards using a large screen, I wanted to take advantage of the space that it provides. So, I decided to put ten different designs and print them all at once. It will add a little variety and hopefully be fun for the people that will get these cards. Kind of a “collect them all” mentality.
Super nice packaging by Studio Una.
The Viscvle Deli in Lüneburg is a small restaurant in the historic town of Lüneburg. In addition to the fine, selected food the deli offers regional and own products. The restaurant has its place in the „Visculenhof“ which history reaches back to the Middle Ages. Together with the Innkeeper and Designer Philipp Rzeha we have developed the visual identity and numerous packaging designs and applications for the Deli and its products in a close collaboration from the historical material of the dynasty of the „Vischkulen“.
Great work by Marlene Silveira for Benchmark Full Leaf Tea.
When & SMITH recently contacted us to let us know of their neat website redesign we couldn’t resist posting some of their new work. Wild Lime branding for a high street bar and kitchen is super nice.
Pubs have changed in recent years, and not always for the best. Enter Wild Lime Bar & Kitchen – a new brand that we created for The Bramwell Pub Company with We All Need Words. Inspired by the laidback attitude of New World places like California, Cape Town and Sydney, it’s a relaxed identity with a sun-kissed colour palette and carefree photos. Anyone fancy a Jam Jar Cocktail?
Nice work for Sabadi’s Sicula Terra by Happycentero.
Steps that lead to the Mediterranean maquis, memories of sunshine, a dry burning feeling down your throat, intense and unexpected aromas carried on the wind. Hidden in this chocolate the lucky ones will find memories; others will discover the pleasure of a taste so far unknown; but all of them will surely find evocations of a magnificent land.
Connect by Albert Cheng-Syun Tang.
This bilingual book set Connect is a special issue documenting the Achievements of Taiwan e-Learning and Digital Archives Program that was conducted by the Institute of History and Philology of Academia Sinica, Taiwan. The cover design presents a visual overview of the research achievements by making use of images of diverse symbolic objects that are collected and researched in the program.
Beautiful work designed by Studio Much.
Nice work - Servus am Marktplatz Packaging by Moodley.
Nice work for Memento Mori by Valentin Breyne.
Memento Mori is an ephemeral store whose main theme is skull. Every item sold in the store are related to the subject. The goal for Memento Mori was to create a simple mark that could be in a condition with different exposures found in the museum.
Founded by Italian, American and Mexican producers and investors, Olivarera Italo-Mexicana acquired a 5,600 acre field in the southeast of Mexicali, Baja California, the most viable region to establish an olive plantation in Mexico.
Intended for healthy home-cooked family meals, Olaf is Olivarera Italo-Mexicana’s flagship brand of cold-pressed, 100% extra-virgin olive oil.The naming came from research on the etymological origins of the word “olive” and playing with phonetics to give the brand a feeling of family and heritage. Our proposal takes typical Italian visual clichés and simplifies and refreshes them.
Kokomo branding by Estonian AKU.
The first retail outlet being a small café in the old fishing village of Koguva, on the Muhu island, a marine theme carries the whole identity. The wordmark was inspired by the crude lettering found on wooden fishing boats, marbled papers were used for labels and an anchor was embossed on them.
(via The Dieline)
Nice work for Builders Arms Hotel by Australia-based studio The Company You Keep.
Andrew McConnell, Anthony Hammond and Josh Murphy of the Builders Arms Hotel came to us for help to build an ongoing dialogue with their patrons and the local Fitzroy community. Being part of an active and culturally rich community meant there was no shortage of news and stories to connect the venue with the community, all we had to do was frame the dialogue. Our response was to create a monthly bulletin that could be pushed out on-premise and via social media channels.
To achieve this, we paired a clean and considered typographic approach with a bold evolving use of colour to clearly indicate the flux of the content. This combined with vintage imagery pays homage to the rich history of the venue, adding texture and a humanity to the look and feel and informing colour choices for the bulletins. The bulletins have helped to grow the community around the Builders Arms brand and bring to light the stories of the people behind the scenes that make it such a great part of the fabric of Fitzroy.
Arbor Restaurant Branding by Salad
Paperboy Paper Wine, a beautifully designed wine bottle made out of compressed recycled paper, by Stranger & Stranger.
Paperboy is about as green as it’s possible to make a wine bottle. It’s made out of a compressed recycled paper, printed with natural inks and the inside contains a recyclable sleeve like you find in a box of wine. The bottles are rigid and strong – they’re even ice bucket safe for three hours – and take only 15% of the energy that regular glass bottles take to produce. They weigh only an ounce when empty so save a huge amount of energy on shipping.
Consisting of 240 million individual road segments, All Streets is a staggering map of the US created by Fathom Information Design.
All Streets consists of 240 million individual road segments. No other features — no outlines, cities, or types of terrain — are marked, yet canyons and mountains emerge as the roads course around them, and sparser webs of road mark less populated areas.
(via The Fox is Black)
Covet Accessories branding, nice work by Anne Lee.
Interior XIII Branding by Anagrama.
Interior13 is a Mexican promoter and distributor label for both Mexican and international auteur films. As promoters, they seek to create new spectators for independent and art cinema.
They came to us with the need to consolidate a brand that would be easily relatable to the cinematographic world, as well as be fully functional in terms of online promotion.For the logo, we created a typeface inspired in the title sequence for the 1964 French Nouvelle vague film by Luc Godard, Bande à Part. That title sequence looked very modern for its time, so we chose that typeface for its cleanliness and timelessness. The typeface was used exclusively for the logo and the most important information in the stationery, for the rest we selected Georgia. An interesting combination that keeps the custom type on center stage but lets web-safe, beautifully clear Georgia take the wheel on functionality.
Nice - Trenchers branding by Adam Dixon.