Pentagram Creates Identity for Brooklyn’s ‘Montague Street’

Located in the heart of Brooklyn Heights, Montague Street is an important commercial corridor that hosts a mix of more than 100 shops, restaurants and services along tree-lined blocks of architecturally historic buildings and residences. Pentagram’s Emily Oberman and her team have designed a new identity for the Montague Street Business Improvement District, the not-for-profit […]
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Siegel+Gale Unveils New Visual Identity for Cheetah Mobile

Global strategic branding firm Siegel+Gale has designed the new visual identity for Cheetah Mobile, a mobile internet company with 362 million monthly worldwide active users as of March 2014. Cheetah Mobile, which recently announced their IPO on the New York Stock Exchange, is also the second largest internet security software provider in China. Their portfolio […]
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Logo and Identity Design for ‘Mr. Milk’

San Franciscan graphic designer Justin Ross Tolentino came up with this conceptual identity design while a student at California State University, East Bay. The brief for the college assignment was to create an identity for a ‘job of yesteryear’. Justin subsequently chose to base his project on a milkman. “My personal goal for the project […]
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Six Creates New Brand Identity for Architects, ‘LSM’

Global architecture studio LSM has revealed a new brand identity and website design following collaboration with UK branding agency, Six. The designers say the brand identity’s visual structure has been influenced by early European modernism. The typeface is inspired by Berlin subway signage and utilises a monotone colour palette. Speaking about the website, Debra Lehman […]
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Fashion Branding for ‘Ana Maria’ Knitwear

Located in the mountains in the north of Portugal, Ana Maria – Artesanato is a small, up and coming fashion label. “Artesanato” is the Portuguese word for “craftsmanship” and serves as a reference as to how textile designer Ana Maria makes her garments using only traditional techniques and natural materials. Amsterdam-based graphic designer Alvaro de […]
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Identity and Branding Design for ‘Museo del Cine’

Established in October 1971, the Museo del Cine carries the name of Pablo Cristian Ducrós Hicken in tribute to the man whose collection of cinematographic equipment gave rise to the museum. As well as housing a specialised book and film library, the museum is actively engaged in the restoration of film and the exhibition of […]
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Identity Design for ‘MHM Architect’

Based in Montreal, Canada, MHM Architect is the architectural practice belonging to independent architect and designer Maxine H. Marcovitch. Maxine turned to graphic designer and fellow Montrealer Emanuel Cohen to develop the new identity design for her architectural consultancy. In keeping with Maxine’s aesthetic philosophy which embraces the creation of modern and unconventional architectural spaces, […]
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