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Topographic Calendar

Topographic Calendar

This die-cut calendar was created for Land Rover with each month depicting earth’s topographic area or level. Art direction is by Zeynep Orbay from Turkey. Source from Creative Review
The Drinkable Book

The Drinkable Book

Millions of people die each year from waterborne related diseases. The Drinkable Book teaches safe water habits while its paper can be used as filter capable of killing 99% of bacteria responsible for diseases such as cholera, typhoid, and E.coli. To use the  book, you tear out a filter from a page and slip it into...
Lorraine

Lorraine

This rather bold identity was contoured to the strong and graceful bodies of the CCN Ballet de Lorraine artists. Paris based studio Les Graphiquants further sculpted this elegance of black and gold to the typography with a style reminiscent to the avant garde. These juxtaposed letters also silhouettes the contemporary style and experimental choreography of their dance.
Northern Lighting

Northern Lighting

Northern Lighting has been manufacturing modern lighting to Europe and Asia for nearly a decade. This Norwegian company is known for its modern designs from sleek and elegant desk lamps to a sculptural moose head wall lamp. Their latest catalogue was designed and bound by a design studio started by Christian Bielke and Martin Yang Stousland...
Shin Dokho

Shin Dokho

A splendid collection of minimal poster and editorial design from Shin Dokho of Seoul, Korea.
Evolution Door

Evolution Door

Austrian artist Klemens Torggler has reinvented the mechanics of a traditional door, without fixed hinges and a doorknob, he’s created a non-obtrusive entryway design called Evolution Door or flip panel door. Made of wood, steel, or glass this functional door appears to be more of a sculptural piece, which folds seamlessly like rotating origami squares and works...
Fogo Island

Fogo Island

Situated on the eastern island of Newfoundland, Canada is Fogo Island seemingly forgotten through time, until The Shorefast Foundation and Fogo Island Arts Corporation commissioned Saunders Architecture to build studios around the island for artists. Modern cubelike structures are perched on remote spots on the island with the most gorgeous view demanding its tenants rapture of...
Drone Sans

Drone Sans

Drone Sans is a type study by Henrik Ellersgaard. This typeface includes display font and a few characters readily used for logotypes. The modern type is reminiscent of avant garde with topographic and nautical characters. Ellersgaard is from Denmark and currently working in New York.
Rock Paper Scissors

Rock Paper Scissors

Rock Paper Scissors is a game made by Moritz Schell and Frederic Seybicke of weAREmedienkuenstler of Bauhaus University Weimar. Rock Paper Scissors is a game played between two computers. Like in the classic game, each computer runs its own random algorithm, choosing one of the three possible items. Connected by an ethernet cable, each computer plays its hand –...
Upside

Upside

Upside is a store in Belgium, Netherlands, and Germany which recently opened last Spring. The branding behind the store was conceptualized by Coast, a brand agency based in Brussels. The agency developed all branding aspects of the brand from creating the backdrop concept of New York streets, to developing its name, logotype, packaging, signage and all communication items....
Studio Lin

Studio Lin

The works of Alex Lin and Nicholas Weltyk of Studio Lin includes diverse range of print design from architecture, fashion, and industrial.
Atem

Atem

  ATEM came to fruition in 2012 in the studio of Nelson Abulencia in Hamburg, Germany. Atem or breath in german is indeed a refreshing view on how it perceives its merchandise, as contemporary timeless classic pieces made with durable materials crafted into functional design with a sense of tactile simplicity. Art direction was designed by HelloMe. Their merch...
Passport

Passport

A contemporary yet classic approach to their brand Passport, an independent design bureau of Jonathan Finch and Rosalind Stoughton, chose its identity to reflect culture and international design that influenced their practice.
Jewish International Film Festival

Jewish International Film Festival

A colorful and diverse approach to the 2012 Jewish International Film Festival by Studio Round. The aim was to reposition the festival as a contemporary, forward-thinking selection of international Jewish films, and move it away from its stereotypes. The concept was centred around the idea of different worlds colliding, the contemporary and traditional, and the...
Tasaki

Tasaki

Besotted by this typeface created by Kontrapunkt for the identity of jewelry brand Tasaki based on traditional Japanese brush calligraphy. Kontrapunkt won a bronze award for its packaging design. We developed a custom Tasaki typeface for their logomark and overall communication. The logotype has a classic serif look with details such as a soft feminine...
Hyperkit

Hyperkit

Hyperkit is a design studio started by husband and wife team Kate Sclater and Tim Balaam in 2001. The studio holds an impressive collateral of work mainly in visual identity, and print and publication. Authenticity has always been at the heart of our approach. Clients come from a wide range of sectors and are typically...
Land

Land

Land, a collaborative effort by designers Caleb Everitt and Ryan Rhodes whose impressive work includes hand drawn typography and a strong inclination towards the classic old American rustic style evident in most of their pieces.
Freytag Anderson

Freytag Anderson

BERG Studio has recently joined affiliation with Effektive and now known as Freytag Anderson (a joint partnership of Daniel Freytag and Greig Anderson), an independent design studio for print, screen and environment. Some of their new work is now available on their site. Also BERG’s Edition of 100 project is still available, though their site is...
Glory Glory

Glory Glory

Glory Glory is a project and curation by Nick Blakeman, Alex Brown and Craig Oldham. An exhibition was held last week to feature A1 typographic posters based on football chants by designers and studios. The proceeds will help aid the charity British Blind Sport that would enable blind and visually impaired individuals to have access and opportunities in...
Merchant and Mills

Merchant and Mills

Some wonderful packaging from British shop Merchant and Mills from the archive of Graphic Exchange.