Barber Shop: Fast Eddie’s

Situated in one of Boston’s historical neighbourhoods, Fast Eddie’s is a traditional barber shop that has been tending to men’s hair for well over half a century. Graphic designer Richie Stewart, of Commoner, Inc. studio, came up with this revised branding and identity proposal for the traditional gents hairdressers. Richie wanted both the logo mark […]
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Yoga Store: Red Tiger

Based in Stockholm in Sweden, Red Tiger is an online e-business store that sells yoga and sports-related accessories. The retailer turned to Russian graphic designer Irina Batkova to help formulate a new and energetic corporate identity. From the outset, Irina’s objective was to create a logo mark that was meditative but at the same time […]
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Medicine Branding

Lili Koves is a young graphic design student from Budapest in Hungary (though she’s currently busy completing an academic term abroad in Finland). This medical-themed project was is in fact a college assignment, where Lili was tasked to come up with a branding and packaging proposal for a total of three different medications. Lili’s objective […]
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Logo for a Dentist: Jason T. Ford

Maria Giorgi is a graphic and web designer from Rosario in central Argentina. She was commissioned to produce a new identity solution for a dental practice situated in Santa Rosa, California (USA). The surgery in question trades under the name of “Jason T. Ford”; the latter individual being the surgery’s present owner and chief dentist. […]
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Vintage Branding: Hathor Creamery

Hathor Creamery is a traditional, family-owned food company that produces organic dairy produce. For both their logo design and packaging layout they opted for a deliberate retro-vintage style. The graphic designer responsible for re-creating this bit of mid-century Americana is San Franciscan Michael Vilayvong. “The identity was created in vintage style using a combination of various […]
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Branding: ZEN TEA

Just yesterday we posted a feature on designer Jann de Vries’ tea associated branding project. The latter was truly an exercise in minimalism, with a definite Teutonic edge to the design. So today we thought we would follow that up with this recent submission we received from Polish designer Konrad Sybilski. Konrad has also adopted […]
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Yoga Bhoga Identity

Tim Kamerer, a designer from Portland, Oregon (USA), has designed this graphic identity for yoga studio, Yoga Bhoga. Yoga practice stems from ancient India and is today practiced in the West as a form of exercise to help build strength, increase flexibility, and develop better mental focus. In Sanskrit, the literal meaning of the word […]
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