Publicaciones etiquetadas como branding

Frank are a high-end digital retouching agency with bases in both London and Stockholm. They needed an identity which embodied the retouching process and clearly communicated their offering. Frank pride themselves on providing an honest and to the point approach right down to the last pixel.

To be Frank, they make stuff look great.



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by Josh Schaub

Silver & Green

"With a product offering that consists of olives, olive oil, antipasti, tapas and meze, Lake District based Silver & Green are the specialists in authentic Mediterranean delicacies.

We were approached to redevelop the brand and packaging to make the products more appealing to the target customers of delis, farm shops and food halls.

The marketplace is well served with rustic and heritage feel brands, so we set out to differentiate Silver & Green by creating a playful and modern brand, which, without being obviously rustic, has a hand crafted feel that reflects the range of ingredients and their origins.

A customised font forms the main logo, with textures applied to further enhance personality. This is combined with a choice of uncoated paper stock and supporting hand-written font. A bold colour palette is used to bring the designs to life and emphasize the flavour of the countries and cultures that inspire the recipes.  

Silver & Green’s director, Rachel Hannaford, kindly had this to say, “Working with Salad was a smooth, fun ride. We love the way they take the time to really dig into what’s behind you and your company before any design, or even research, begins. The team helped us work through all our muddled thoughts and ideas and piece them together in a way that has allowed us start turning a business in to a brand.”

The response and results have been outstanding. Just a month after the launch of Silver & Green’s new branded products, more accounts have been opened than in the entire two years previously.”

View the range on the website here.

A project of Salad Studio


The last work of the studio Dot Dash

Szóstka (Eng. Six) magazine is a supplement to F5 Trendbook magazine and was created for LOTTO - Polish National Lottery.

"We wanted to present LOTTO to the reader in a new, fresh and exciting way. Our goal was to show it as an element of a background, focusing rather on events which LOTTO is involved with - says Konrad Jerin, Editor in Chief of F5."

Created at Super Super with Hanna Kokczyńska, Jacek Majewski and David Błażewicz.

Bartosz Szymkiewicz

(Fuente: thewomb)

Lucky 21

A film production company in Dallas was ready to take on the highly competitive LA market. They wanted to herald the move with a new identity. A strategic mining session revealed a wonderfully spirited brand character – fiercely passionate and full of humour. The identity balances this off-kilter intensity with a contemporary boldness while allowing the brand’s playful voice to shine.

Great work by Blok Design

dailydesigner: Dolina by Moruba (BRAVO)

(Fuente: ivanhlestakov)

(Fuente: lemanoosh)

type-lover: Good design by Murmure

"UniqueWay - a travel consultancy company without tour guides, offers customized travel plans which gives once-in-a-lifetime travel experiences. As the name suggests, UniqueWay is leading a revolution in the traditional tourism market in China, spreading a new travel concept with dedication to professionalism and an eye for details.
In 2013, One & One was appointed the exclusive designer to come up with the following promotional materials; a general guide to UniqueWay, a set of travel coupon, 14 unique invitation cards and brochures for each of the selected destinations, and biography for UniqueWay’s distinguished travelers. The process of bringing UniqueWay’s brand image to live is very much like a travel experience for us, discovering unlimited possibilities within ourselves.
The logos on the front page of all promotional materials were thermoprinted to give a pearly white touch; we have chosen natural white paper to highlight UniqueWay’s commitment to remain true to the essence of travel.
For the 14 unique invitation cards, we have singled out the most representative landmark of each destination, reinvented with a tinge of playfulness to bring out the element of action. The use of wax seal gives ‘customized’ travel plan a classy appeal. Also part of the whole package is the name card, printed in the traditional and eloquent letterpress method.
Last but not least is the design of the logo. Simple it may seems, elevated arch as the mountain and the opposite as the sea, but conveys the spirit of UniqueWay in an unfussy way; to bring travel back to the basics.”

By One&One Design


#wytrawnarobota is our new project concerning the limited edition of packaging. Bottles of wine are often thought as gifts for our friends and clients.

Etiquettes and wrapping paper were made using the technique of screen printing. The symbol which is placed on hand-made tubes was dry-printed. The complementation of the entire project is the series of posters which advertise each of the bottles.

By Hopa Studio


“Handmade” and “local” are the two key values of the new identity for Bacoa Gourmet Burger bars, developed by TwoPoints.Net. “One of the biggest influences were the typical spanish bars from Barcelona. Usually they were build in the seventies. They often use condensed sans-serif typefaces, cut out of acrylic glass. The color scheme of these bars is very limited. Usually the boards, napkins and doilies are only printed in two colors, red and blue. We also tried to embrace the sometimes amateurish design, which gives a typical spanish bar it’s own charme”, they point out.
“Hecho a mano” y “local” son los dos conceptos primordiales sobre los que gira la nueva identidad de las hamburgueserías gourmet Bacoa, desarrollada por TwoPoints.Net. “Una de las gran referencias fueron los típicos bares normales de Barcelona. Normalmente son de los setenta, y tienen la estética de la época: tipografías de palo seco estrechas, normalmente en relieve sobre los luminosos de metacrilato. El color de las aplicaciones de estos bares es muy limitado: normalmente los mensajes en servilletas y los letreros de metacrilatos van en el azul y rojo característicos. También le dimos el aire un poco amateur de los típicos bares españoles para conservar el encanto de estos”, afirman.

By Two Points
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