Wamhouse is a Polish architecture, interior and furniture design company. Recently they undertook an extraordinary creative project to design buildings based on company logos.
Creative agency Violaine & Jérémy have once again impressed us with some bold new branding for Mamie restaurant. The new Paris establishment is run by Jean Imbert and his inspirational Grandmother (who we suspect is responsible for his passion in food). The approach is done in the V&J signature style, where the typography takes a lead role in styling the overall design. The concept is supported by a range of full colour vintage illustrations, which depict hand drawn organic vegetables and ingredients.
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.
If you're into email marketing you've probably already seen the new brand and design system for Mailchimp. It's a great piece of work by one of my favourite design agencies Collins. They still definitely feel like the new kid on the block - so it’s hard to believe they were founded in 2001 making them nearly 18years old. They were set up way back then to help businesses and creators easily send email marketing.
I stumbled across this logo design for an upcoming cycling guild call Fount. The design by Amy Wilson really stuck with me. I can’t quite put my finger on why, but it has a striking retro feel and some interesting little quirks. Cool angled cross bars, the deep color-way, and crafted letterforms and typography. It will be very exciting to see what Amy Wilson does with the rest of the brand identity, let's stay tuned and see how it develops.
You have to admire brands that connect pure graphic design with naming and ultimately business outcomes. It's really the pinnacle of commercial design, without a clear business outcome, it's really just a pretty picture. I love the minimal approach in this concept. So simple but seems to harness some sort of visual energy through the font and diagonal line.