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beesandbombs: cube dots

beesandbombs: cube dots

slapdashing:
design-is-fine:
Paula Scher, poster PUBLIC, 2012. USA. Via… Type Worship

slapdashing:

design-is-fine:

Paula Scher, poster PUBLIC, 2012. USA. Via… Type Worship

vizualize:
dynamics of vesica piscis

vizualize:

dynamics of vesica piscis

(Fuente: beesandbombs)

Galo
Restaurant branding


Galo Kitchen is an restaurant specializing in French-American inspired comfort cuisine. Its prime focus is breakfast, but it also offers lunch and dinner menus and a cozy atmosphere all day long. Additionally, Galo Kitchen has its own in-house bakery that provides delicious, freshly made, hand-crafted bread and pastries.

The naming is meant to articulate the French touch present in Galo’s lovingly made food. The black and white skewed pattern dresses up the brand as friendly, snug and casual, a feeling supported by the logotype’s organic cursive script.

The zeppelin icon pays homage to Galo’s bakery. Inspired on the airship’s general shape, a Zeppelin is a sandwich made with a roll of French bread split widthwise into two pieces and filled with a variety of meats, cheese, vegetables, seasonings and sauces.

Galo Kitchen es un restaurante especializado en comida reconfortante con inspiración americana-francesa. Su hora más popular es la del desayuno, sin embargo, también cuenta con menús para comer y cenar en un ambiente casual y acogedor. Adicionalmente, Galo cuenta con su propia panadería, la cual produce pan fresco y calentito todos los días.

El nombre expresa el toque francés presente en toda su comida. El patrón blanco y negro viste a la marca con una personalidad amable, casual y acogedora, las cuales son características apoyadas también por la escritura orgánica y cursiva del logotipo.

El ícono del zepelín es un homenaje metafórico a su panadería. Inspirado en la forma del globo aerostático ovalado, un zepelín es un sandwich hecho con pan francés y relleno de una amplia variedad de carnes frías, queso, vegetales y salsas.

By Anagrama

Mathias Tanguy

Mathias Tanguy is a personal finance adviser based in Paris. Mathias needed a strong but subtle visual brand identity putting the emphasis on both networking and communication concept as well as on professional ethic and principles.

Denis Mallet designed the visual identity around a geometrical pattern that is creating network connectivity. Placing the letters in the centre of each of the graphic polygonal shapes allowed the name to be the core of the geometrical network pattern. Extracting the letter M and T with their surrounding polygonal structures created a logotype working as an ingenuous monogram. The simplicity of this geometrical shape allows the use of many different high finish print processes, as metal and black foil blocking on the compliment slips and business cards, blind embossing on the envelops and photo chemical etching on the metal side of the business card. The monogram can also be easily stamped using an embosser or rubber stamp machine to personalise letters and cards, and for authenticating important documents.

By Denis Mallet

A simple and effective logotype for an upcoming vegan website. The logotype is a subtle play on the words BitterMallow. The cut between the ‘r’ and the uppercase ‘M’ represents the biting bitterness. The joining of the ‘o’ and the ‘w’ resembles the stickiness of a marshmallow.

By Duane Dalton

Skovin Gulv

Skovin is a supplier of high-end wood flooring for the private market. Heydays established a name inspired by the location of the showroom, and created a visual platform where we used the floor surface to define room.

Skovin is the old name of Skøyen, the area in Oslo which the company was established at. The idea of simple shapes inspired by different floorplans, creates a rich expression in combination with a classic and timeless typography.

By Heydays

Eat everything all the time

"The Bedroom Community commissioned us to design DVD packaging for the film about the label, directed by Pierre-Alain Giraud. The camera catches Sam Amidon, Valgeir Sigurdsson, Nico Muhly, Ben Frost & their collaborators on their Whale Watching Tour, that takes place during the volcano eruption a couple of years back. It also features some insight into artist’s work at Greenhouse Studios, their ethos, tour life, etc. The design is based on the idea of perpetual movement & traveling. While the vacuum-sealed package is a nod to snacks you have on the run, the typographic solution inside evolves around the idea of a compass. Set in different directions, text demands reading at various angles as though it’s a map one has to navigate through."

By The Bakery

Lumburr Co.

Lumburr is a lifestyle brand of handcrafted products built around a day at the park - riding bicycles, playing kubb, and lounging on wool blankets.

Lumburr strives to create products that promote well being throughout their life-cycle; from material collection, to manufacturing, to use and finally to end-of-life.

Natural locally sourced materials were selected and handcrafted to create an experience that can’t be matched with man made materials and mass-production. The materials were primarily left unfinished so the products would age gracefully and tell a story. The raw finishes are contrasted with the occasional red accent.

The project is a collaboration between illustrator / typographer Ben Johnston and product designer Mark Simmons.

 

Logo for…Logogramm by Jee Kim. Some nice sketches on the project page.

serialthrill:

Personal Identity work by Joe Nicklo