Logo for a Designer Hotel: Sleepbox

Sleepbox is a sleeping cabin devised and developed by Russian architecture studio, Arch Group. Being both modular and mobile, the micro sleeping quarters are ideally suited for highly condensed urban environments; the architects envisage Sleepboxes being installed in airports, railway stations and even shopping centres. As a concept demonstration, Arch Group recently integrated a whole […]
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Design Studio: Arthography

Alex and Michael are friends and also formal business partners. Together they own and operate Arthography design studio, which is based in Saint Petersburg in Russia. Interestingly, the agency’s identity also forms a collective of two separate elements: the first being a logotype of the business name that is set in all lower-case (with the […]
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Identity for Rock Band T.W.O.S

The Wheels Of Sorrow are a music band hailing from St. Petersburg in Russia. Originally formed in autumn of 2009, they launched their debut EP “Cycle” the following year in mid-2010. Their first full album, entitled “the realist”, was released in late 2011. Since that time, the band has toured over 30 cities across Russia […]
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Catering Identity: Rest Group

Rest Group is an established catering firm from Russia that owns and operates over 20 food outlets. Graphic designer Pavel Emelyanov, who heads agency Eskimo Design Studio in the city of Murmansk, was tasked by Rest Group’s management to create and devise an entirely new identity system. The latter requested something classical and regal in […]
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A-Moloko Branding

This visual identity was designed and developed by Ermolaev Bureau, a graphic design studio from Moscow in Russia. The concept behind the logo was inspired by the particular nature of the client’s business activity; namely, the automated sale of farm-fresh milk via a chain of vending machines. The company’s name, A-moloko, which was also formulated […]
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