We really like The Collected Works‘ brand identity created for See Through Lab, an experimental software studio based in Brooklyn, NY. The studio creates installations and software using generative artwork, crowdsourcing, computer vision, physical computing, projection and popular web platforms. After a project is developed, all the code that was written is released as open source.
Their clever and seamless identity pays tribute to the modular aspects of open source development, continually breaking apart and the reassembling itself. A flexible digital brand with a life of its own – both on screen and AFK.
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An awesome corporate identity by Stitch Design Co for “Garnish and Gather, a company based in Atlanta that aims to get people to “rediscover the art of cooking” through their gourmet meal kits.
Have a look at this awesome branding for Ray Lemon by LSDK (LEIB + SEELE + DESIGN + KONZEPTION)
Creative Director: Karen Huang
Art Director: Adeline Chong
Designers: Benjamin Koh
Art Direction (Photography): Benjamin Koh
Hovard design recently did an awesome job at branding the Historic Eastfield Village situated in the rolling hills of Rensselaer County. Heritage and craft was captured in this amazing CI, which is simple and truly beautiful.
Great use of negative space in these illustrations by Gustavo Victorino for a marketing campaign for cultural exchange.
“The DDB Brasil in a special partnership with CI, takes advantage from the good moment to encourage the dream of cultural exchange program by signing a marketing campaign “Experiences”. The campaign is an allusion to the experience of being on the other side enjoying a new role.”
Advertising Agency: DM9DDB, Brazil
Creative Directors: Sergio Valente, Marco Versolato, Cassio Zanatta and Rodrigo Almeida
Art Director: Gustavo Victorino
Copywriter: Otavio Schiavon
Attendance: Tania Pena, Helena Addessi
Illustrator: Gustavo Victorino