Friday, 2 December 2016

Project Love: Narcisse

Beautiful branding for Brooklyn-based lingerie shop Narcisse, designed by Elana Schlenker.
Voluptuous, Art Deco-inspired typography mixed with a strong mark celebrating the female form make for a playful visual identity that’s sexy, but not intimidating or cliché. Peach and red stationery with iridescent and navy details create a pretty, but unexpected palette that stands out in the lingerie and adult toy market. An illustrated repeat pattern was developed for use across stationery, packing, and the shop’s interior.
Love that holographic foil and the deco typography.

Line drawings by Jonathan Calugi.

Thursday, 1 December 2016

Project Love: Sisters

Love this soft, feminine branding for Sisters, designed by Ozan Akkoyun.

Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Project Love: Deluca Coffee

Beautiful branding and packaging for Deluca Coffee, designed by Christopher Doyle & Co. The logotype is based around the D & L letterforms found within Deluca, and reference a coffee cup and the baristas tools. Beautiful outcome as seen throughout the collateral.

Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Project Love: Thunder Thighs Twinkle Toes

What a wonderful business name! Thunder Thighs Twinkle Toes is a project designed by Michelle Wang. Love the fun typography and colour palette.

Monday, 28 November 2016

Project Love: Terrace Kitchen

Beautiful branding for Terrace Kitchen designed by Ryan Romanes. That drone photography is seriously stunning.
Terrace is the sister property to the well established Blue Baths in Government Gardens. Likewise, Terrace pays homage to industrial design aesthetics, and the cultural heritage of the Rotorua region. Subdued colour palettes and an expansive spatial allowance, cater to a casual and inclusive dining experience. Complimentary to the eclectic offering of contemporary cuisine, the Terrace menu extends to a multitude of New Zealand-made and internationally sourced liquid refreshments. At the core of the Terrace philosophy is an ode to 19th Century hospitality - a characteristic of the Rotorua reputation that has continued to sustain the region up to the present.
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