A beautiful hand-made logotype created to reflect the direct, honest and sincere company ethics. Overall the identity is meant to praise the careful, traditional food making process of Santa Cruz. Tasty :)
Editorial illustration commissioned by Wired magazine. This illustration was created to visualise an article on selecting the right soundtrack for your retail space.
Identity for one of Australia’s largest home décor brands. The identity was designed to be neutral, keeping the overall look modern and fashionable, ensuring that it sits comfortably when applied to a varied product range.
Fuel is a new “vintage-modern” American coffeehouse. The concept was to play off the name of the brand and create an identity inspired by old motor oil cans and vintage design.
Identity for Heart Affair. Inspired by vintage soap and bathroom products, this gives the brand an established yet playful look.
Some fun, quirky mechanical robots created for a deck of Bicycle playing cards. Applied in two different color combinations over 14 illustrations.
Briggs & Cole
A modern identity with a traditional twist, we especially love the monogram that can be laser etched, stamped and embossed into their products.
Ta Shebube Lodge
Identity for Ta Shebube Lodge Botswana. Inspired by the pristine and unexplored wildness and its habitants.
Is a drinking yogurt designed for young children that don’t like milk! The creative uses bright colours combined with happy fruit-shaped characters to appeal to the target audience and makes the drink a fun and appealing product.
Inspired by the cathedrals famous spire, an identity was brought to life that was applied across a host of printed literature and promotional campaigns. We especially love the ‘brand bible’.
A clever and effective packaging design which creates an illusion of the boots immersed in water. The consumer can see all the potential hazards along with the protective properties the boots offer.
With more than 900 airports worldwide. This is a wonderfully witty creative, utilising those three-letter airport adhesive labels, that are so often readily discarded.
Promotional Stationery for Bournemouth Arts University College end of year show. The creative features foil blocking and most notably a laser-cut and engraved reverse.
Queen of Spades
Brand identity created for Katie Rushworth a garden designer and star of Alan Titchmarsh’s new TV show - Love Your Garden. The outcome was a strong, clear and elegant logo design, with an embossed copper foil finish.
Delicious stationery, printed on Factory Yellow Colorplan. We especially love the use of greyscale imagery that adds depth to the collateral.
A contemporary arts festival that signifies summer and offers vibrant, unforgettable experiences that bring Cork to life. Colourful installations in urban environments were used to communicate the nature and energy of the festival.
An old school butchers with a thoroughly modern approach. We especially love the bag graphic inspired by old butcher posters featuring different cuts.
A furniture design based on two interlocking letter A’s. The range includes a stool, side table and coat stand all made from accredited birch plywood and available in white and grey. This A furinture gets an A*.
Inspired by capturing those once-in-a-lifetime moments this identity invites the viewer behind the camera. Smile!
Identity for a summer-long festival of music. A playful use of typographic illustrations was used at the heart of campaign and utilised across all communications.
Penny Royal Films
An identity for a leading production house of high-end film making, inspired by the penny piece, a monogram logo was developed in copper foil which appears at the same size as a penny coin across all applications.
Little Black Book
An identity refresh - the dominant use of black lends a premium quality to the brand. Whilst a minimal but bold typographic style communicates confidence and authority.
Located in the historic farming village of Fernvale, Tennessee. Bringing to life the farms values - Rahal branding suggests artful, healthy, earthy farm-fresh goodness while keeping the happy animals at the forefront of the design.
Edinburgh Film Festival 2011
Edinburgh Film Festival 2011 A simple yet effective typeface created and inspired by classic 50’s film posters and rendered to simulate distressed editing notes on celluloid film.
The Cloud Factory
From the “Land of the long White Cloud”, The creative visualises what a cloud factory might look like, bespoke lettering was crafted by hand to compliment the illustration style and name, this gives the creative a sense of magic and mystery.
A beautiful, yet simple illustration of hand drawn typography, bringing to life a quote by Andy Warhol.
Andy Burril - Oil & Water Do Not Mix!
A screen-printed poster made with oil from the 2010 Gulf of Mexico disaster. A simple message excecuted brilliantly!
Created by overlapping three different images, each one in a primary color, the resulting images are unexpected and chaotic. It’s only through a colored filter that it’s possible to see clearly the layers in which the image is composed.
This amazingly simple little visual pun made us smile.
Found this image on line so we don’t have anybody to credit, but we love the form of the numerals and the bold simplicity - great!
If you’ve ever had a pair of sticky little hands thrust at you at an inopportune moment you’ll really get how appropriate this packaging is!
The classic Selfridges packaging design. Cool.
Asia Art Archive (AAA)
Beautifully bound collection of books for the Asia Art Archive, each page is bound in top and bottom with the coloured cords.
This lovely piece of Oliveti advertising dates from 1964. Superbly simple. It’s still as beautiful and vibrant today.
Poogan's Porch is a one of Charleston’s oldest independent culinary establishments. A new look needed to pay homage to their well-known and beloved past, but also offer a cleaner, more sophisticated nod to its future. It needed to be distinct and bold, but in a laid-back, understated, Southern way. Friendly but refined, approachable but elegant.
A great piece of typography from David Quay. David always argued that beautiful type could be strong and expressive enough to stand on its own as fully-finished design.
Part of the Frances May re-brand - Frances May is a fashion boutique in downtown Portland US, this lovely sticker was inspired by the stores namesake who was a school teacher - we love the simple positive vibe.
A little piece of retrospective. This Kodak imprint remids us of a gentler time, it is delightfully delicate and playful.
'The Mona Lisa' (Remix)
‘The Mona Lisa’ for the Twitter generation. By Gary Andrew Clarke Leonardo da Vinci’s classic distilled, reduced & remixed down into 140 exact circular characters of colour. A work about the illusion of familiarity, inspired by Seurat & sitting too close to the TV. Makes little sense close up. Makes every sense from the other side of the room.
Just Created using a strong mix of typographic styles gives this packaging a contemporary look and feel and will surely stand out from its competitors
A new generation of Omega 3 body supplement. A combination of two disciplines; 'science and technology' and 'cosmetics and perfume', the result: body conscious style for this new innovative brand.
Bold and beautiful, the new can design, features a section of the Diet Coke logo, cropped to feature the “D” and the “k,” set against the silver backdrop, this shows a confident brand awareness.
Brand packaging for a new healthy high performance beverage, the core packaging was designed to feel less like a supplement and more like a full flavoured drink. Each flavour is visually represented through the use of delicious imagery and bright colors. The cans feature bold fruit graphics and a color palette which evokes the natural fruit flavours and their refreshing taste.
Ballard Bee Honey
Based on the idea that honey is a basic - pure and simple, the identity takes on the form of a chemical symbol “Bh”. It is elemental.
This gorgeous poster features 300 stripy dots, one for each Sumatran tiger thought to exist today. It has been released by the London Zoo, as it aims to raise awareness and funds towards saving the tiger.
The Good Wine Company
Lovely feather illustrations and unique custom typography are the focus of this packaging for The Good Wine Company.
Mammouth Mountain Resorts
An excellent example of revitalising and rebranding an already established identity taking into account the companies heritage and values. The iconic 'M' seen as a mammoth, or ski tracks on a mountain pays homage to the beloved Woolly's tusks. The creative has a bold, fun, yet laid back approach associated with the California lifestyle.
Designed to embody the history of the Valvoline brand (hence the 50′s-era can design) including a practical (and pre-oiled) shirt. The label copy lists some of the values, venues and personalities that the Valvoline brand has come to be associated with over the 100+ years of its existence.
Colours in Motion
Produced as a press kit for a printing house. This innovative construction was produced to present and showcase all the technical possibilities available.
Produced for the children’s section of a Swedish department store. This approach to children's packaging is both unusual and sophisticated. These crocodile boxes are clever and engaging, with a ‘mouth’ lid which opens to reveal the triangular teeth and a pink silk ‘tongue’ lining.
IBM Smarter Planet
Icon development and design for use in editorial advertisements and online collateral for IBM's Smarter Planet campaign. The icon was created to represent and understand that IBM acknowledges that mid size businesses are the engines of a smarter planet.
Created using a strong mix of iconic and typographic styles in a stencilled approach. This packaging will surely stand out from its competitors.
Tomsk Shared Groceries
A set of simple yet beautiful logo's were created to represent the business ethics. Able to be used as a group or individually, each logo is unique but complimentary as a suite!
New global brand design created with a clear emphasis on the iconic number 7, the packaging brings to life vibrant, fresh colors, which has a fun, clean and contemporary approach to the logo.
National Geographic Channel have created a real-life version of the animated film Up — launching a house thousands of metres into the air using balloons. A new world record for the largest balloon cluster flight ever attempted. Truly uplifting :)
How cute is this... a minimal and memorable design for Panasonic Note headphones.
Packaging concept from Brazilian designer Gilnei Silva. The colors on each can are used to identify the different type of paint bases such as acrylic, oil, etc. A simple yet beautifully executed concept.
La Vallée des Rois
“The Kings´ Valley” Located in France, is known for its historical architecture, ancient towns and beautiful castles. This is a beautiful and simple design which incorporates a grand illustration of a historic castle linking to the traditional French royal values.
The Rain Nutrition packaging has clean, simple designs that reinforce the idea of health and all round well-being. Created through the use of fresh colours and custom photographic splashes.
Created to portray handcrafted quality, beauty, multi-sensory experience and imagination. The illustrations and typography were produced in a hand-cut paper style, created using a variety of finishes. Lovely stuff :)
Bold, simple and colourful garment boxes for this Swedish clothing brand. Great use of contrasting colour. Nice!
Catriona Mackechnie is a luxury boutique in downtown Manhattan. Makes you want to shop 'till you drop.
Inspired by the wildlife that live on the estate, each type of bird represents a different wine. Stunning graphic illustrations create unusual packaging with a great story.
A quirky blister pack for these Boba Fett trainers which are part of the Star Wars and Adidas collaboration – Brilliant! A great idea executed perfectly.
You've got to love the 'Don' selling sexy to the puritan bathing suit company - Inspired!