Augusto Rebrand

Leon Kirkbeck and Michelle Walshe are the owner-operators behind Augusto, a digital production house based in Auckland in New Zealand. The duo like to consider themselves to be warm, quirky, upbeat people with a distinct penchant for all things vintage. Augusto’s business premises happen to be in an old suburban corner store, which is what […]
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Branding: 33color

33color are a start up team of creative video makers focusing on the production of TV commercials, corporate video and visual content for live events. Graphic designer Sergey Melnikov, from Kiev in Ukraine, was approached by the aspiring film-makers to design their identity. Sergey started by interlocking the two 3s in such a way that […]
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Medicine Branding

Lili Koves is a young graphic design student from Budapest in Hungary (though she’s currently busy completing an academic term abroad in Finland). This medical-themed project was is in fact a college assignment, where Lili was tasked to come up with a branding and packaging proposal for a total of three different medications. Lili’s objective […]
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Fashion Branding: Luxe a Porter

This identity and website design project was completed for online e-tailer Luxe a Porter by Sergi Ferrando, a multi-disciplinary designer currently living and working in Barcelona in Spain. Luxe a Porter is a business that was created with the aim of forming an online community of passionate but frugal fashionistas and giving them the opportunity […]
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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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Real Estate Identity: Rubi Residencias

22DG is an Argentinian design studio that was hired to create visual identity programmes for a series of real estate projects. And as each individual housing estate required its own unique branding, the overall brief became that bit more challenging. In the case of this ‘Rubi’ mark, the designers wanted to come up with something […]
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