Publicaciones etiquetadas como design
Violeta is a traditional Argentinian bakery located in the well-off neighborhood of Las Lomas de San Isidro in the outskirts of Buenos Aires. Named after its founder, Violeta creates beautiful, hand-crafted bread, cakes and pastries. With more than 30 years in the hearts of the people of Buenos Aires, Violeta now plans to start up franchises in Miami, Florida.
We designed Violeta’s new identity with the mission to communicate quality and sophistication without losing approachability.
Our proposal draws inspiration from Buenos Aires’ coat of arms: an oval with two ships sailing over Rio de la Plata and a dove flying above them. We multiplied the dove by three in celebration of Violeta’s three decades of fantastic bread. We kept the lines depicting the Rio de la Plata and used them not only in the icon, but all over the brand in four different patterned textures. We chose violet to match the naming and to keep the brand fresh and feminine. The copper foil is not only a nod towards Violeta’s excellence, but it also refers to the toasty color of bread right after it leaves the oven.
Nourished Journal One
Single Edition: Ships late August
Nourished Journal is a bi-annual lifestyle publication. The aim of Nourished Journal is not only to create an inspiring publication, but also to be a platform for readers and contributors alike to share, learn and connect. The journal features interviews with inspiring individuals, uplifting and informative editorial, recipes, travel stories and practical information on health and wellbeing. We believe in taking a holistic view on life, which you will see reflected throughout the journal.
Some of the features in Edition One include actor Shiva Rose, edible flowers recipes, Lauri Kranz from Edible Gardens LA, how to make fermented foods, a yoga breakdown, Strala Yoga founder Tara Stiles, director Kinga Burza, travel from Byron Bay to Utah, our guide to Los Angeles, and five minutes with designer Jenni Kayne.
Mama Lena wanted to share with the rest of the world her amazing sauces. To do so, she needed economic packaging with a homemade character.
We selected low cost jars and printed labels with handwritten information and illustrations to reveal the authenticity and the direct relationship of the producer with his product. We also created a spot in the label, where Mama Lena could handwrite the packing date. So every time Mama Lena makes a new sauce, she packs it, puts the label, writes the date and the most delicious homemade sauces are ready to use!
By Bob Studio
Bodegas San Martín de Unx.
El diseño relaciona el centenario y los anillos concéntricos de los árboles, “formados a partir de las capas de crecimiento acumuladas a lo largo de su vida. Cada anillo representa un año de vida y cada uno tiene un espesor distinto, discontinuo, marcado por diferentes cambios y acontecimientos”.
Se trata de autobiografía que simboliza la vida, el crecimiento y la madurez, algo propio de una bodega con 100 años de historia, que resume en un vino toda esa experiencia”.
La etiqueta “vestirá” el vino tinto del centenario de la bodega, del cual se ha realizado una edición limitada conmemorativa, elaborado a partir de uvas de la variedad garnacha seleccionadas de sus mejores parcelas.
Por / By Flat Studio
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.
Animation by Euan McConchie
Tull is a reinterpretation of classical workshop lamps, wherein the light source is protected by a wire netting attached to the metal diffuser.
The material are the same, but the object is rethought in terms of forms, language and proportions, to be moved from industrial to domestic spaces.
Wynd is a new way to think about desk storage - it’s designed to be as thin as possible while maintaining useful storage. Thinness poses a unique problem for old fashioned storage (aka drawers): to access anything larger than a pencil you are forced to move your chair back to pull the drawer all the way open and retrieve the item. Instead, with no visible hardware (even underneath!), Wynd splits in two to reveal its contents.
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