Branding Design for ‘sTREEt Campaign’

Due to commercialisation and public negligence, the trees in Gangnam city (South Korea) are struggling to survive and are slowly disappearing. The brand “sTREEt” was created to draw attention to the disappearance of the trees in the streets. The rectangular shaped logo was designed with a frame in mind, inducing the audience to actually look […]
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Identity Design for Health Advocacy, ‘Speak Up Africa’

Speak Up Africa is a nonprofit health communications and advocacy organisation dedicated to catalysing African leadership, enabling policy change, securing resources, and inspiring individual action for one of the most pressing issues affecting Africa’s future: public health. New York branding and creative production studio DIA was approached by Speak Up Africa to help them rebrand. […]
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Chapel Street Precinct Brand Identity

An international destination, the Chapel Street Precinct is a commercial, residential, cultural and tourist area in Australia. Located in the Melbourne suburb of Prahran, the hub is made up of an enthusiastic and diverse bunch of local business people whose goal is to foster community spirit while creating a sense of pride and place. They […]
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Logo Design for ‘Redactores Publicitarios’

After four years of existence and with more than 86,000 Facebook followers, Redactores Publicitarios (the largest online community for the advertising industry in Colombia, and one of the most important in the region to boot), needed a new identity to represent its nature: creative, changeable, and participatory. New York-based graphic designer and art director, Andrés […]
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ID for The McGuire Programme – ‘Beyond Stuttering’

The McGuire Programme was founded in 1994 and helps transform people who stutter into eloquent and articulate speakers. The Programme’s most visible ambassador, and now a course instructor on the programme, is talent show singer Gareth Gates. Also a programme coach is Sean Rees, a designer at London-based brand consultancy Purpose and the man behind […]
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Religious Branding: 23. Jewish Culture Festival

The Krakow Jewish Culture Festival is an international cultural event with a tradition dating back over 20 years. However, in recent times, the Festival had started to struggle with its identity, at both visual and socio-cultural levels. Organisers felt the event was becoming somewhat stagnant and antiquated. And so, in an attempt to communicate Jewish […]
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Branding for a Kid’s Café: Moomah

Moomah is a café and play space that encourages creativity and connection between parents, children, and friends. Founder Tracey Stewart commissioned New York-based branding agency Apartment One to develop an organic, dynamic brand language that would translate her vision for a multigenerational collaborative space into a memorable brand. Apartment One set out to first identify […]
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