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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Barber Shop: Fast Eddie’s

Situated in one of Boston’s historical neighbourhoods, Fast Eddie’s is a traditional barber shop that has been tending to men’s hair for well over half a century. Graphic designer Richie Stewart, of Commoner, Inc. studio, came up with this revised branding and identity proposal for the traditional gents hairdressers. Richie wanted both the logo mark […]
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Branding for Property Developers ‘GFG Bauherren’

Based in Hamburg in Germany, GFG Bauherren specialise in the strategic planning, development and construction of residential properties. The company has a history dating all the way back to 1882, when it was founded by Jacob Jürgensen (and after whom it was originally named). In 2010 the business underwent a name change to “Günther Franke […]
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Self-Branding: Jørgen Grotdal

Jørgen Grotdal is an aspiring logo designer from Trondheim in Norway – and, get this, he is just sixteen years of age. Yes, you read that right. But even at this young age, Jørgen is already busy designing both for himself and other clients. In point of fact, this personal logomark is a reworking of a […]
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A Design Fit for Kings – Korol

Serbian graphic designer Nemanja Čubrović completed this branding project for a business providing financial advice and wealth management services. He explains the brief as follows: “The name came quite easily from the owner’s Slavic origin and his words: ‘We want to be kings among our competitors’ – Korol (meaning the king). They wanted a bold […]
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Logo Design: 1984 Studios

Some say 2012 is the real 1984 (George Orwell’s 1984 that is). Anyhow. Let us not digress. Headquartered in Stillwater, Oklahoma (USA), graphic design duo Sean Ball and Steve Loftis, founders of aptly named Loftis & Ball, are responsible for this ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four’ logo and branding design. The identity was constructed for a local production […]
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KURO by Panamo

Design agency artentikon was initially approached by Panamo, a Polish company running a Japanese and Thai restaurant called ‘KURO’, in Poznań, to make a film advertising their business. However, the guys at artentikon managed to convince their client to go for a full-on logo facelift. “We streamlined the form of the Japanese symbol of black colour […]
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