Letterheady is a blog featuring various letterheads from famous people as well as companies. Here are some some I found interesting:
Packaging design for a high-end chocolate range designed by Sort Design. The sophisticated colour palette and simple design works well for a high-end target market.
Perfect Origins is the project of design collective Make Ink. The collective focuses on arts-based branding projects and their latest offering uses the long-standing Adidas brand as their starting point. Playing on the idea of heritage and history Make Ink translated the shoes into various prehistoric types. Here are some images:
Unfortunately not. This is a conceptual packaging design by Ryan Yoon and Harc Lee where the Coca-Cola can is revisioned to have no colour. The impulse behind the design is to eliminate the energy expenditure and the use of toxic colours in the colouring process. The brand logo being pressed into the surface of the […]
Inventive business cards by Megan Cummins with a cheeky tone. A good way to stand out.
Clever brand identity for personal trainer Roland Semprie. The t-shirt is designed with minute increments around the collar to indicate the amount of sweat that will be produced in that time from working out. Very client appropriate concept.
Mucca Design recently created a brand identity campaign for Brooklyn Fare, a New York gourmet grocery. A typeface (Fare) was custom designed for the project. The direct, slightly cynicial tone of the campaign was intended to reflect the typical Brooklyn residents personality.
Eco-friendly packaging for biodegradable trash bags by Hub Strategy and Communication. A good example of how green design can work in an aesthetically pleasing way.
Save Your Logo is a global initiative aimed at brands who use animal-related imagery in their logos. The concept is for these brands to contribute to the conservation of the animal relevant to them. The aim is also to educate and to encourage creative involvement in the preservation of the planet. Lacoste, a famous footwear […]