Branding for Japanese Butchery, ‘Hagiwara Butcher’

When its shop was refurbished, a new brand identity was created for a butchery with a long tradition in Kamakura, Japan. The logo and advertising displays as well as packaging were all redesigned. In order to familiarise the customers with the company history, the logo features two roofs symbolising the two butcher families. It is […]
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Identity Design for Accountancy Firm, ‘vHM’

Having been in business for more than 75 years, German accountancy firm “Dres. M. u. R. Beker Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft” specialises in providing tax advice to health professionals. For about ten years, Christiane von Heyden and Susanne Mößner have been its managing directors and principal owners. On the occasion of a corporate redesign, the company’s name was […]
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Branding for ‘Lowdi’ Wireless Speaker

Lowdi is a wireless speaker that connects to any device equipped with Bluetooth, thus enabling people to listen to music wherever they go. The product design is the result of a collaboration between French digital products supplier Linkeet and Dutch creative agency Momkai – the latter serving as creative partner on the project, creating the design, […]
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Logo Design for Auckland University Press

Auckland University Press is New Zealand’s leading scholarly publisher. Its identity is one of complementary elements – a bold and distinctive logomark with a light and unobtrusive wordmark and typography. Designed around the idea of an open book and the form of the letter A, the logomark both references its name as well as its […]
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Logo for Chinese Furniture Maker, ‘Zhejiang Pysen Rosewood’

Zhejiang Pysen Rosewood Furniture Co. mainly manufactures Ming and Qing Dynasty style furniture designs. The company’s logo is made up of the Chinese characters “百” and “盛”, resembling a typical Ming style piece of furniture, which is a large armchair with four protruding ends. To continue the tradition of a Chinese aesthetic, the logo was […]
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Branding for a Coffee Bar in Seoul: ‘Café Slow’

The visual identity of Café Slow is based around the idea of ‘deceleration’. Spending time at the café is meant to provide customers with a time of relaxation during an otherwise hectic daily schedule. The discrete brand design is reduced to a black-and-white contrast. In combination with flowing lines the varied means of communication aim […]
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Logo Design for a Religious Organisation: ‘Buddha Spirit’

The corporate design for the Buddha Spirit club aims to communicate the values and teachings of Buddhism. The key element is the logo, the design of which is inspired by the Diamond Sutra. The leaf-shaped logo shows the outline of Buddha in the centre. The purpose of this reference is to enable observers to see […]
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