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Brand Identity for God by Daniel Siim“What would a visual…


Brand Identity for God by Daniel Siim


Brand Identity for God by Daniel Siim


Brand Identity for God by Daniel Siim


Brand Identity for God by Daniel Siim


Brand Identity for God by Daniel Siim


Brand Identity for God by Daniel Siim

Brand Identity for God by Daniel Siim

“What would a visual identity for God look like today? This project is based on Genesis 1:1 “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.”
Big corporations like Apple, Nike and Facebook are idolized worldwide. Presence in those and every other major company is the registered trademark symbol; a visual “omnipresence”. By translating this symbol into a logo, God would be able to trademark and visually reclaim everything between the heavens and the earth, from natural wonders to natural disasters.”

Daniel Siim is a Copenhagen-based graphic designer and a MA graduate from The Royal Danish Academy of Arts. His practice approach a wide scale of graphic design with a focus on printed matter, from small press to major publishing.

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Brand Identity for Le Farfalle by One & Other“If Le Farfalle…


Brand Identity for Le Farfalle by One & Other


Brand Identity for Le Farfalle by One & Other


Brand Identity for Le Farfalle by One & Other


Brand Identity for Le Farfalle by One & Other


Brand Identity for Le Farfalle by One & Other


Brand Identity for Le Farfalle by One & Other


Brand Identity for Le Farfalle by One & Other


Brand Identity for Le Farfalle by One & Other


Brand Identity for Le Farfalle by One & Other

Brand Identity for Le Farfalle by One & Other

“If Le Farfalle were a person, you’d want to be seen with her. Soundtrack by Alabama Shakes, wardrobe by Ralph Lauren: She’s effortlessly cool and unquestionably popular, yet exerts a polished restraint. And then there’s the food.” – Charleston City Paper

One & Other is a design studio in Charleston, SC, led by Will Allport and Ky Coffman. They work across a range of industries to produce conceptually rich, aesthetically timeless designs. With backgrounds in architecture and the fine arts, they bring a deep skill set and holistic approach to work realized on paper, through digital experience and in the built environment. Their work strives to find balance at the intersection of function and beauty, masculine and feminine, old and new.

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Brand Identity for Grindal & Patrick by Mildred &…


Brand Identity for Grindal & Patrick by Mildred & Duck


Brand Identity for Grindal & Patrick by Mildred & Duck


Brand Identity for Grindal & Patrick by Mildred & Duck


Brand Identity for Grindal & Patrick by Mildred & Duck


Brand Identity for Grindal & Patrick by Mildred & Duck

Brand Identity for Grindal & Patrick by Mildred & Duck

“We created a visual identity to personify the firm’s philosophy of transparency and clarity, using a colour palette that is contradictory to those typically seen in the industry. The resulting identity is warm and approachable, with letterpress finishes and tactile paper stocks, balanced with a simple and honest visual language that reflects the Grindal & Patrick ethos.”

Mildred & Duck is a Melbourne-based graphic design and communication studio established by Sigiriya Brown and Daniel Smith. They design for print, digital and environmental media, creating solutions that communicate and connect with people. They work across a variety of sectors with a range of clients, from startups to established organisations, continually delivering thoughtfully crafted outcomes regardless of scope or budget.

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Brand Identity for Lundén Architecture Company by Tsto“Lundén…


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Brand Identity for Lundén Architecture Company by Tsto

“Lundén Architecture Company is a Helsinki-based studio that focuses on developing innovative built environment, architecture and urbanism. Our approach to designing the identity began with the understanding that architecture is actually quite fragile: the deterioration of any structure begins as soon as it is finished. With this is mind, the identity formed around a logotype that is constantly breaking apart and coming back together.”

Tsto is a graphic design agency based in Helsinki and New York. They focus on visual concepts and art direction. Their approach is thorough and hands-on. They tackle an assignment by first taking it apart to its bare essentials, and then building it in a new way that best serves the purpose. This philosophy lets them go deeper than the surface, to the hidden core of each case. Through the varied skills of our designers they find the best-suited tools to bring their ideas to life. They do it in a way that focuses on the whole but with attention to all details.

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Brand Identity for Modern (Dwell Magazine) by Collins“Target…


Brand Identity for Modern (Dwell Magazine) by Collins


Brand Identity for Modern (Dwell Magazine) by Collins


Brand Identity for Modern (Dwell Magazine) by Collins


Brand Identity for Modern (Dwell Magazine) by Collins


Brand Identity for Modern (Dwell Magazine) by Collins


Brand Identity for Modern (Dwell Magazine) by Collins

Brand Identity for Modern (Dwell Magazine) by Collins

“Target engaged COLLINS to help design a dynamic and modular system to be applied to across the Modern by Dwell Magazine brand, packaging, communications and retail environments. To bring the spirit behind the collection to life, Target & COLLINS drew inspiration from the same modernist ethos that Chris Deam and Nick Dine used to approach the product design.The original ambition of modernist design was democratic — the goal was to make great design affordable, and not just for the wealthy.”

At Collins they see a world where all points converge. Digital into physical. Consumer into producer. Biology into technology. They call it the Convergence Era. And while this era reaches far beyond brands, it’s forever altered how we build them. What was once siloed is now integrated and seamless. What were once passive experiences are now controlled by customers themselves. Today, success hinges not as it once did, on crafting a carefully controlled image. But on creating blended, unforgettable experiences that enrich people’s lives.

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Brand Identity for Well Coffee by Bond“The HYY Group opened a…


Brand Identity for Well Coffee by Bond


Brand Identity for Well Coffee by Bond


Brand Identity for Well Coffee by Bond


Brand Identity for Well Coffee by Bond


Brand Identity for Well Coffee by Bond


Brand Identity for Well Coffee by Bond


Brand Identity for Well Coffee by Bond


Brand Identity for Well Coffee by Bond

Brand Identity for Well Coffee by Bond

“The HYY Group opened a new vegetarian café in the centre of Helsinki. Bond designed a complete experience from the visual identity to spatial and digital design, resulting in the fresh and distinctive Well café. The core of the identity is the wave-like element that is present in both the logo and the font.”

Bond is a brand-driven creative agency. They help new businesses and brands get started. They refresh and revolutionise existing ones for growth. Their services include identity, digital, retail & spatial, and packaging & product design. Bond brings together talent from different fields to create cross-disciplinary solutions for brands. Their team includes graphic, spatial, and strategic designers, producers, digital developers, copywriters and artisans.

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Brand Identity for Hyperverse by Shuka Design“For the Hyperverse…


Brand Identity for Hyperverse by Shuka Design


Brand Identity for Hyperverse by Shuka Design


Brand Identity for Hyperverse by Shuka Design


Brand Identity for Hyperverse by Shuka Design


Brand Identity for Hyperverse by Shuka Design


Brand Identity for Hyperverse by Shuka Design

Brand Identity for Hyperverse by Shuka Design

“For the Hyperverse identity we mixed clean spooky depiction of a literal black hole with a couple of old-fashioned hand-drawn legs, a person falling down a rabbit hole. The mix of simple and detailed causes the sense of an old-fashioned nonsense fairy tale. The identity is dynamic — the interchangeable variety of legs and rabbit holes to underline that we are dealing with the hyperverse of endless worlds.”

Shuka is a design studio based in Moscow, Russia. They are tailoring visual identities and illustrations, producing websites, making books and just being cool.

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Brand Identity for I am Nuria by Sr. y Sra. Wilson“Our aim was…


Brand Identity for I am Nuria by Sr. y Sra. Wilson


Brand Identity for I am Nuria by Sr. y Sra. Wilson


Brand Identity for I am Nuria by Sr. y Sra. Wilson


Brand Identity for I am Nuria by Sr. y Sra. Wilson


Brand Identity for I am Nuria by Sr. y Sra. Wilson


Brand Identity for I am Nuria by Sr. y Sra. Wilson


Brand Identity for I am Nuria by Sr. y Sra. Wilson


Brand Identity for I am Nuria by Sr. y Sra. Wilson


Brand Identity for I am Nuria by Sr. y Sra. Wilson

Brand Identity for I am Nuria by Sr. y Sra. Wilson

“Our aim was to create a brand that highlighted the personality and professionalism of ‘I am Nuria’, but that also showed what this creative production consultancy firm has got to offer design studios and companies.
This identity includes communication elements that enable clients to experience all the expertise, quality and versatility of ‘I am Nuria’. These communication elements (like business cards, letterheads and note cards, to name a few) use a wide range of papers, textures, colours and techniques.”

Sr. y Sra. Wilson is a strategic design studio based in Mataró, Barcelona. They specialise in branding and brand communications and they want to create brands that help businesses to grow. They do this through design, helping brands to stand out and connect with their audience in an attractive and effective way. 

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Brand Identity for Camellia Milk Tea by Menta.“Camellia Milk Tea…


Brand Identity for Camellia Milk Tea by Menta.


Brand Identity for Camellia Milk Tea by Menta.


Brand Identity for Camellia Milk Tea by Menta.


Brand Identity for Camellia Milk Tea by Menta.


Brand Identity for Camellia Milk Tea by Menta.


Brand Identity for Camellia Milk Tea by Menta.


Brand Identity for Camellia Milk Tea by Menta.


Brand Identity for Camellia Milk Tea by Menta.

Brand Identity for Camellia Milk Tea by Menta.

“Camellia Milk Tea is a new tea enthusiast start up that offers milk teas made with pure ingredients and loose leaf teas. We developed the identity system, set of  fine line illustrations and collaterals. The symbol represents how two drops of milk and water, fuse with a tea leaf in the center. Typefaces are unique for the brand, creating a memorable experience.”

Menta is an independent branding & illustration studio founded by Laura Méndez, in 2008. They believe in the Simplicity of Allure, to deliver effective
brand identities that balance classic & contemporary aesthetics, through research and clear concept definition. Their work builds meaningful human connections and stirs up beautiful experiences.

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