SVIDesign Brands Fashion Portal Graziashop.com

London-based branding consultancy SVIDesign has worked with fashion magazine Grazia on its debut global commerce platform, Graziashop.com. Launched earlier this month, the new e-tail site offers women’s designer collections from over 250 brands. SVIDesign created the branding, house style and packaging for the new launch, including the design of a new logo which is based […]
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Brand Mark for Graphic Designer, Jon Dunn

Young English designer Jon Dunn has created this logo for himself by using and adapting the original typeface F37 Bella. The mark takes on the form of a monogram by combining the letters “J” and “D”. F37 Bella is an award winning (TDC Tokyo 2012) font designed by British typographer Rick Banks and built by […]
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Florida State University Reveals New Logo, Uniform Designs

Nearly two years ago, Florida State University approached Nike for assistance to reevaluate the marks of its various athletics programs. FSU says its first directive was to create a more consistent usage of its primary colour, garnet, within its uniforms, sideline gear, coaching gear and also fan apparel. FSU expressed the desire to return to […]
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New England World Cup Kit Gets Neville Brody Typeface

England and Nike have unveiled new home and away kits for 2014, revealing designs that they say focus on English football history and culture. Nike has also collaborated with English typographer Neville Brody to create a new font for the names and numbers on the back of the jersey. “It has been an extraordinary honour […]
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Identity Design for Copenhagen’s ‘Hotel d’Angleterre’

The Hotel d’Angleterre was originally established in Copenhagen in 1755. After a full renovation and the reopening as a revitalised grand palace in spring 2013, the hotel wanted a new visual identity aiming at strengthening its position as a fashionable and cultural hotspot in the city. Building on 250 years of tradition, the revitalised identity […]
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Identity for UX Design Consultancy, ‘Designlimit’

South Korean agency Designlimit specialises in UX design. Its new corporate identity focuses on experiences relating to e-business, interactive motion and user experience. The company name points to the fact that design always has some limitations, which can only be overcome by contemplating different ideas. The seemingly unfinished logo represents the agency’s slogan “We put […]
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