Archive for the ‘visual’ category

Rugged branding by Katie Mayze

May 8th, 2018

Our brief was to create a niche product to be sold in boutique stores. I was given the product ‘soap’ and the customer chosen was ‘farmers’. After researching this demographic, I narrowed the customer base to focus on young male, Australian farmers. This is a difficult demographic, so I decided to win them over by […]

Tea of Buddhist Monk packaging by 申也 大凡

May 4th, 2018

Tea of Buddhist Monk packaging by 申也 大凡

LED Bulbs packaging by Franciska Juhasz

May 3rd, 2018

A secondary function was given to the packaging: after cutting the strip and opening it wide, we get a new lamp that can be used for a long time, just like the bulb.

MÀM Thai Curry by Thitipol Chaimattayompol

May 1st, 2018

On the front side of the package show the explanation and comparison of different types of Thai curries that help customer diced what kind of flavors they want. On the side of the package also indicates the spicy level of the curries.

CliniCloud packaging by Elmarvcn Zyl

April 30th, 2018

For CliniCloud ‘s retail packaging a sleeve is attached over the existing online packaging. A clear hierarchy is established using the brand design tools: golden ratio, pathways, framing and colour (mentioned in the ‘CliniCloud Brand Update’ project), which guide the viewer and provide clear and easy to absorb information to reinforce the retail sale.

56 Brewing identity by Matt Erickson

April 29th, 2018

A once fragmented set of packaging was overhauled to create a singular voice, confident yet appealing, with a much more powerful and consistent shelf presence. Moving into cans allowed 56 to compete at the level of the competition. Sales of beer both at the taproom and in retail have both drastically increased since the updated brand launched.

Licor Don Gaby packaging by Mayorque Studio

April 26th, 2018

The main mission was to give class and personality to the product, for this reason we decided to keep the label with a simple design, playing with fonts and icons to achieve a harmonic and dynamic composition. So, we mark hierarchies in the information and brand messages. All this reinforced by the format of the label that seeks to be different and striking on the shelf.

Telegraph Hotel Tbilisi by David Kupatadze

April 25th, 2018

The identity of the brand is inspired and based on Morse Code. Each design element which is used under the brand identity shows and gives the information about the experience of life in Tbilisi City, which does not leave question for visitors to ask and seek for places to visit, things to explore, best places to eat, what is the sole of Tbilisi and etc.​​​​​​​

Black Hammer Brewery packaging by Celina Oh

April 24th, 2018

The packaging designs went through many stages and iterations in order to capture the essence of Burning Man. This sense of eclecticism, creative expression and camaraderie is what inspired the design of the beer labels as every brew is uniquely named and has a story behind it.

Issey Miyake Spring Summer 2018 window installation by we+, Tokyo – Japan

April 24th, 2018

Shrunk into a three-dimensional form, Steam Stretch fabric is flattened out in the printing process, which is an original material of ISSEY MIYAKE. Strips of this are stretched vertically to reveal hints of the base fabric color overflow from the shadow of the folds, creating a beautiful visual effect. The installation focuses on this feature of the textile.

DELETE salon deisgn & branding by Brandnew brand designers, Amsterdam – Netherlands

April 23rd, 2018

Delete was born out of a desire to address and excel in all of these areas. Brandnew journeyed with them through designing the identity, salon environment, uniforms, products and communication templates. It is a truly integral approach and an example of what we call ‘Brand Design’.

Boxha Coffee House identity by Eme Design Studio

April 23rd, 2018

The ancient culture is incorporated into the branding with the creation of characters that resemble those found in ancient illustrations, focusing on prominent figures like the jaguar and the many Mayan gods. These illustrations are combined with bold type and vibrant colors to create harmonious yet unique pieces throughout the whole brand.

Hermès collections at Milan Design Week, Milan – Italy

April 23rd, 2018

These seven monolithic and monochrome ‘Houses’ conceived by Charlotte Macaux Perelman and Alexis Fabry offer visitors an immersive experience, a dip in color to discover the Hermès home collection. Scenography designed by Hervé Sauvage plays up the graphic symbol of the square with rolls of paper drawn by hand that act as a background to the objects.

I Wish You packaging by Ohmybrand

April 20th, 2018

The construction of the packaging has also undergone changes – one of the goals was to make the new product more compact than its European version, thus more convenient to place on a shelf of a supermarket.

Frantoio Verna – Olive Oil Mill by Concept Store

April 19th, 2018

The new project develops coherently throughout its range on offer up to the tools of its institutional communication. The cohesive use of the new image and the combination of materials and finishings redefine the positioning of products enhancing their identity and family feeling at the same time.

Bolshevik identity by Apus Agency

April 18th, 2018

Brand main colours became open red and black – as reference to post-revolutionary posters graphic. Coppery-gold tone on black field fleshed graphics out. As a result, Apus Agency obtained chastity and laconism, which were clear to their target audience, and continued rich familiar image of historical place.

Albourne Estate 40 Sussex Vermouth by Studio Parr

April 16th, 2018

Studio Parr creates the first Sussex Vermouth bursting full of beautiful botanicals. This semi-dry white vermouth has been crafted by Albourne Estate from their boutique vineyard in Sussex, England – renowned for their white and Sparkling wines.

Learning Education rebranding by United Design Practice, Shanghai – China

April 15th, 2018

In visual communications, we used solid colors as background, with two purposes in mind. The first is so that the different combinations of L & E words can be understood quickly as that is the core essence of the brand.

Roll Club food delivery service identity by Canape

April 13th, 2018

We decided to create a system of marks that symbolized different countries. For example, we used American pop elements such as stars, strips and mickey mouse; symbols of Italy that everyone knows — flag colors and the olive lives.

Rua da Cunha Macau hotpot by Golucci Interior Architects, Beijing – China

April 13th, 2018

The rest space of this restaurant is more private, which are suitably used as compartments. Meanwhile, it can improve the efficiency of the whole space. We mainly used the logs, other natural materials and the most primitive methods to create a rich spatial effect.