Branding Design for ‘Café Kino’

Situated in the Polish city of Bydgoszcz, Café Kino is a coffeeshop and movie theatre all rolled into one. Creative agency 052b, also based in Bydgoszcz, was approached by Café Kino’s owners to devise a suitable logo and identity design for their café-come-cinema business. For the logo, designers Wojtek Modrzejewski and Bartek Bujanowski synthesised the […]
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Identity Design for Cambridge Proofreading

UK company Cambridge Proofreading provides a proofreading and editing service to students, academicians, and private organisations. The business recently approached Norwich-based graphic designer Simon McWhinnie to revise its existing identity. Simon incorporated a yellow highlighter mark as the principal graphic element in the new design. The yellow accent serves as a visual cue to both […]
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Logo Design for a Printer Repair Business

Printer Repairs are a long established firm providing a maintenance and repair service for office equipment throughout the UK. London agency Superfried were appointed to re-develop the business identity from scratch. It was important that the new brand looked clean, professional and approachable. As Printer Repairs trade within a very competitive industry sector, a strong […]
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Architectural Identity Design: Struktura

Struktura is a construction company that specialises in both residential and commercial architecture, including interior design. Saint Petersburg-based identity designer Sergey Semenov created the logo at the behest of Russian agency Relogika. Sergey first deconstructed the letter S into two identical triangles, whose three-dimensional wireframe forms he then projected in isometric or perspective view. An […]
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Branding for a Kid’s Café: Moomah

Moomah is a café and play space that encourages creativity and connection between parents, children, and friends. Founder Tracey Stewart commissioned New York-based branding agency Apartment One to develop an organic, dynamic brand language that would translate her vision for a multigenerational collaborative space into a memorable brand. Apartment One set out to first identify […]
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Entertainment Marketing: Identity for Ibsens Fabrikker

Originally established in 2005, Danish company Ibsens Fabrikker started life as a small factory manufacturing teddybears. Today it encompasses a total of three factories: the Teddy Factory, the Air Factory and the Figure Factory. The factories, respectively, make and produce mascots, inflatable advertisements/balloons and fibreglass figures. Aalborg-based design agency Form Agenda was given a brief […]
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Fashion Branding: GENE Clothing

GENE is an exclusive women’s clothing brand created by former model and stylist, Lora (Nikolaev) Gene. Established in 2009, the fashion label is guided by an aesthetic philosophy which maintains that style exists in a woman’s DNA. Lora, as well as being the owner and original founder, also serves as the company’s creative director. For […]
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