Friday, 31 March 2017

Ena Brand Identity

Loving the textural pattern approach to packaging in the branding for Ena, designed by Ortolan.
Ena is an Australian skin care company that launched in 2015, with quality natural ingredients and an accessible price point. We worked closely with them to create a considered brand identity and packaging for their products. Ena wanted something that would appeal to a design conscious shopper and to stand out in a cluttered marketplace which is made up of predominantly typographic designs. The abstract illustrative visuals are reminiscent of natural forms; landscapes/liquids/stones, in a palette of natural colours offset with deep navy and a gold foil detail.

Thursday, 30 March 2017

Hult International Business School Wayfinding

Really lovely wayfinding system for Hult Internation Business School, designed by Graphic Thought Facility.
A new London campus for Hult provided scope for an integrated approach to wayfinding, art commissions and graphic interventions within this original Whitechapel brewery site.  
Framed artworks play on the themes of East End rhyming slang and culture whilst 40,000 felted discs inserted into classroom walls provide both noise dampening and a unifying motif that defines floor level by colour.

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Faust Brand Identity

Beautiful paired back, minimal branding for Faust, designed by Snøhetta. Gorgeous custom typeface and beautiful rich navy colour.
For the high-end shoemaker Faust, Snøhetta has created a complete visual identity and the brand’s very first signature store. With a truly interdisciplinary approach, Snøhetta presents a coherent design including retail design, web design, signage, and brand design for everything from business cards to shoe boxes, as well as a customized typeface bringing all the elements together.

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

CS Electric Packaging

Such a smart solution to this brief, the packaging for CS Electric, designed by Angelina Pischikova. via Mr Cup.

Monday, 27 March 2017

MIKÔTO Brand Identity

Beautiful branding for MIKÔTO Japanese Cuisine, designed by ADDA Studio and Hochburg Design. Love the textures and the shades of purple in the collateral.

Friday, 24 March 2017

Sant Francesc Brand Identity

Gorgeous branding and a huge amount of collateral for hotel Sant Francesc, designed by Mucho.
Sant Francesc is a urban hotel in the city of Palma de Majorca. The building is situated in the Placa Sant Francesc beside the Church of the ‘Templarios’ and is an old Palace build by ‘Indianos’ (a term used in Spanish to define people who went to America and returned wealthy during the 16th Century).
The visual language is designed to feel modern and urban, using colors and textures that are typical to the island. The symbol is derived from the symbol of the’Templarios’. The external signage, created in metal references the structures of the 16th Century.

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