Video: Making of the Porsche Crest

The Porsche crest is an unmistakable trademark. It has now been relaunched for the Porsche 356 and the early 911s from Porsche Classic. In order to faithfully reproduce the historic emblem true to the original colour and in the right material, Porsche’s experts have carefully researched the history of the crest: between 1952 and 1998, […]
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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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Real Estate Identity: Fratelli Imobiliária

FRATELLI is a real estate entity located in the city of Belem in Brazil. The brand name is actually Italian, with ‘FRATELLI’ translating into ‘brothers’. Graphic designer Cecílio Mendes, also from Belem, took the name and coupled it with the icon of a house. And the result is a symbol with layered meaning that can […]
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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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Branding: 100TEE – It pays to buy good tea

This corporate branding exercise was completed by German designer Jann de Vries. The project was actually implemented in the form of a Bachelor’s thesis at the FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences, where Jann studied Communication Design. The central aim of the study was to position 100TEE as a modern and unique tea shop at […]
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Personal ID: Áron Jancsó

Áron Jancsó is a Hungarian graphic designer whose individual style aesthetic is rather atypical and nonconformist; his work could even be described as “anti-corporate”. Typography certainly enjoys a primacy of place in all of his works, with much of it being heavily influenced by 20th century poster art. Áron himself describes his style as being […]
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Identity for a Photographer: Ruben Hestholm

Visual identity created by designer Daniel Brokstad for Ruben Hestholm, a professional photographer from the Stavanger/Sandnes region of Norway. Having formerly focused on producing mainly family-orientated portraits, Ruben decided that he wanted to enter the commercial photography market. He came to the conclusion that his business first required a complete overhaul of its existing visual identity. Daniel […]
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