Fashion Branding: SisterS Point

SisterS Point is a Scandinavian fashion brand. It was started in Denmark in late 1994 with an aim to create trendsetting and energetic clothing for girls and women aged between 15 and 22. A few years ago, the fashion retailer underwent a branding refresh. Danish graphic designer Kasper Gram was part of the creative team […]
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Personal Identity: Graphic Designer, Paweł Wiśniewski

Paweł Wiśniewski is a freelance graphic designer currently based in Wloclawek, Poland. The 25-year-old specialises in developing communication and identity systems and prefers a particularly minimalist style and approach to his work, as evidenced by his own personal logo design. Inset within a circle, the design features a two-lettered monogram with the first name initial […]
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Identity Design for Fashion Label ‘Maison Michel’

Parisian hat house Maison Michel was acquired by international fashion brand Chanel in 2006. The following year, in 2007, Chanel appointed global branding agency Base Design to create a new visual identity that would link Maison Michel to Chanel and Paris, and feel traditional and contemporary at the same time. Base Design decided to use […]
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Identity Design for Digital Consultancy ‘Metronet’

Metronet is a digital marketing consultancy that delivers services such as SEO, PPC management, analytics tracking and web design to a wide range of clients. Norwegian creative agency Work in Progress was appointed by Metronet to design its logo. Lead graphic designer and Work in Progress co-founder Torgeir Hjetland took visual influence from early computer […]
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Logo and Packaging Design for Marou Chocolate

Founded by a couple of Frenchmen living in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Marou Faiseurs de Chocolat has the honour of being Vietnam’s first single-origin gourmet bean-to-bar chocolate producer. Marou brought in design agency Rice Creative at the very outset, tasking the latter to build the brand’s visual identity and packaging. “We wanted the packaging […]
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Animated Monogram Identity: Katalin Boromissza

Hungarian student Katalin Boromissza is currently studying graphic design at Budai Rajziskola, or the Budapest School of Art. With the help of her teachers Skrapits Borbála and Hegyi Béla, Katalin has designed her own personal logo-mark in the form of a moving monogram. The experimental approach involves three separate design variations, all of which take […]
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Food Branding and Packaging: Monsieur Appert

Monsieur Appert represents a preserved fruits and vegetables business with a traditional French spirit. The shop uses only natural techniques and ingredients to preserve sweet and savoury produce. The identity and packaging design collectively pay homage to the inventor of airtight food preservation, namely, French chef and confectioner Nicolas Appert. Graphic designers Diogo Nascimento and […]
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