Sunne is a self-initiated brief by Australian freelance graphic designer Marika Pathe. Sunne is a luxury suncare brand that seeks to elevate the sunscreen experience—making it a vital and an anticipated part of women’s skincare and self-care routines.
MultiAdaptor is the design studio behind Google's Campus brand identity. The rebrand was positioned slightly away from the main Google brand and serves the special network of google funded start-ups. The design helps capture the energy and excitement of start-up culture, and supports the spirit and energy of the entrepreneurs, founders, employees and investors that make up the Campus network.
SP-GD are a graphic design and visual communication studio based in Melbourne Australia. Their work is a perfect blend of strategic thinking, highly crafted aesthetics and functionality. SP-GD specialise is branding, visual identity, publication design, campaign Collateral, packaging, posters, art direction, design strategy, naming, photography, print production, web design, web development, product design, spacial design.
Savvy Studio recently completed this new branding project for Kate linens. Kate underwent a brand restructure to simplify their many sub-brands and put them under one umbrella. The goal was to establish themselves as a market leader hospitality linen. The new brand evokes ideas of quality, design and effortless luxury - with the key message being everyday ease.
Dimitry Gerais is a Russian designer and brand storyteller who knows exactly how to bring hospitality branding to life. From a logo design through to the over arching brand story and strategy, Dimitry is a master craftsman. The work is completed under his niche hospitality, restaurant and gastronomy design firm nineteen. His agency is dedicated to helping restaurants and gourmet brands create their unique individuality.
Design and branding agency Collins were given the task to create distinctive new look for the Tribeca Film Festive. The Festival needed a strong visual identity system that would assist filmmakers in reaching the broadest possible audience. It needed to enable the international film community and general public to experience the power of cinema, and promote New York City as a major filmmaking center.
The new Mobilia branding is a great example of well considered minimal design and typography. This sophisticated approach creates a brilliant parallel to the craftsmanship, detail and minimalism seen in the Mobilia furniture collections. The stunning design work by Caterina Bianchini Studio plays with primary colours, mixed pastels, illustration, patterns and a handcrafted typeface.
Simple were engaged by Alchemy to refresh their jewellery brand and infuse it with a luxurious, fashion-focused minimal design style. At the centre of the solution was a befitting gold colour palette. The gold theme was played out through print production processes by introducing gold foils, gilding and other non-standard printing techniques.
48North is bold new business rethinking the use of Cannabis in Canada.Their main focus being to challenge preconceptions and opening possibilities. This beautiful communication platform was created by crew at blokdesign. The intent was to celebrate the stories of women who use the plant, and then tell how their journeys lead towards health and wellness.
This beautifully crafted visual identity and packaging concept by Amanda Mohlin redefines how a luxury product should look. It has colour, personality and style - but always delivers on an inspiring sense of understated class. The conceptual graphic approach for Luc & Louna showcases a selection of different flavoured chocolate, each with a minimal design and always leaving the chocolate as the hero.
Stone’s Throw is an iconic bar and restaurant that recently under went a full renovation to bring it back to life in the form of a modern watering hole. The design strikes an incredible balance between quirky Illustration, simple texture and sophisticated colour combinations.
Simple, beautiful and minimal typography is always refreshing to the eyes. We are bombarded with busy visual material and branding everyday. Seeing graphic design that is not over worked reminds me to do less and make it count.