Reading Time: < 1 minute Seattle branding firm Urban Influence was given the brief to re-brand the New Sheridan Hotel. The focus was to create a modern brand experience rooted in old world service ideals. The high attention to detail and sophisticated roll out of the corporate identity across various media in this project is quite phenomenal.
Reading Time: < 1 minute . Wallpaper inspired packaging by Caroline Reumont. The beautifully detailed organic patterns fit very well with the brand and the product, that is organically made and carefully produced. Well done Caroline! Ten points for your awesome packaging. Typography is awesome too.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Really slick and eye-catching corporate identity for Almo Office designed by London-based design firm Company. Triangles are so cool right now.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Chevychase Design Studio designed this corporate identity for sound engineering firm Pretty Production. The bright and fun CI works well to convey the image of the company. Chevychase Design Studio is based in Stockholm. Yes…more talented Swedish people…sigh
Reading Time: < 1 minute Mucca Design designed these inventive luchador matchboxes for the Mexican restaurant La Condesa.
Reading Time: < 1 minute An interesting article about how the corporate identity of the Swedish Armed Forces was updated. I like how camouflage has been transformed into those coloured triangular shapes. These shapes were used in sub-branding:
Reading Time: < 1 minute Anagrama is a Spanish design agency that was come up with some really inventive branding ideas for business cards. Below are two I particularly liked. Estudio Habitat business cards – for an architectural firm that wanted to foreground the idea of space, aesthetics and diversity. Circular business cards that fold into a taco shape for […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute Bright and beautifully patterned packaging design from illustrator Sanna Annukka for Cravendale Milk, Marks & Spencers and Paulig Coffee.
Reading Time: < 1 minute McDonalds has used a massive LED screen in Piccadilly Circus to display 40 iconic moving and still images that tourists/passers by can interact with. Images range from the iconic London bowler hat to McDonald’s merchandise.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Melbourne-based design company A Friend of Mine has recently created business cards that reflect a professional yet fun image. This is achieved by having a simple brown business card with colourful sides. They describe the concept as “business on the front, party on the sides”.