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Graphic design studio Booth from Montreal, Canada was engaged to create a fresh, contemporary, but also nostalgic brand identity for The Secret Garden, a traditional Cape Cod bed & breakfast. The graphic work included a new logo, stationery, business cards, and a suitable website.
#438 Queen of thorns – A new minimal geometric composition each day
A collection of various logos created by Mike McQuade for several clients and self-initiated projects.
This is a student project by Allison Chambers. The task was to create a strategy to reduce packaging waste at baseball games. Fans can reuse and reseal the well designed tins. The nostalgic design is inspired by old sport and vintage typography of the 1950s and 1960s.<p>More about the packaging design on WE AND THE COLOR<br>WATC//Facebook//Twitter//Google+//Pinterest
Highpark is a unique residential project located in Monterrey, Mexico. The project was conceived by the well-known Mexican architect Michel Rojkind. Studio Face was commissioned to develop the whole brand identity including communication material, editorial and web design.<p>More of the graphic design on WE AND THE COLOR<br>WATC//Facebook//Twitter//Google+//Pinterest
Designworks Sydney was entrusted with the task to create a successful redesign for Benevolent Society, Australia’s first and oldest charity organization. The motto “Strong Together” was visually illustrated by the brandmark’s overlapping letters and the positive core internal pillars of love, hope, strength, wisdom, and belonging creating were illustrate by the broad spectrum of colors.<p>More of the rebranding on WE AND THE COLOR<br>WATC//Facebook//Twitter//Google+//Pinterest
“As a side project, [anthropologist Andrew Irving] decided to record the inner dialogues of people walking in New York City—to map part o…
“As a side project, [anthropologist Andrew Irving] decided to record the inner dialogues of people walking in New York City—to map part of the city’s thoughtscape, layered beneath its audible soundscape. He approached strangers at different points in the city [and asked them] to wear a microphone headset attached to a digital recorder and speak aloud their thoughts as he followed closely behind with a camera. He would not be able to hear what they were saying, Irving explained, and they would …
Drawing statistical data from Data.gov and CIA World Factbook about migration, population density, temperature, UV radiation, GDP, and transport, …
Graphic design and creative direction by London-based design studio October Design for the brand identity of the International Fraud Group, a global alliance of law firms. Illustrator Jing Zhang was commissioned to create the amazing logo artworks within the initials ‘IFG’.<p>More of the IFG brand identity on WE AND THE COLOR<br>WATC//Facebook//Twitter//Google+//Pinterest
A beautiful brand identity for the creative studio Clementine Things, designed by “Old Graphics Die Hard” aka Bruno do Nascimento, a Lisbon, Portugal-based freelancer graphic designer and illustrator.<p>More of the brand identity on WE AND THE COLOR<br>WATC//Facebook//Twitter//Google+//Pinterest