Landscape Creates Logo and Identity for Postpartum Wellness Start-Up – ‘Cookma’

New American start-up Cookma has launched with a logo and identity created by brand strategy and design studio, Landscape. The San Francisco-based company offers a meal delivery service and a product line targeted at “mindful parents interested in postpartum wellness”. Founded by entrepreneur Lisa Chatham, who previously founded catering business Green Heart Foods, Cookma is […]
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Landscape Creates New Look for Mental Fitness Program – Positive Intelligence

Brand strategy and design studio Landscape has created a new logo and identity for Positive Intelligence, a mental fitness program derived from a New York Times best-selling book, Positive Intelligence, written by Stanford lecturer, Shirzad Chamine. The brand overhaul encompasses not only a refreshed logo but also updated messaging, an expansive library of hand-drawn illustrations, […]
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COVID-19 Startup Curative Gets New Logo and Identity by Landscape

COVID-19 testing and vaccine startup Curative is rolling out a new brand identity to support its national expansion and increase awareness of its offering. Having marked its first anniversary earlier this year, and with 1.9 million vaccines delivered to date, Curative has grown from a lab science start-up to a health services company with more […]
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Disability-Inclusive Housing Startup ‘The Kelsey’ Gets New Logo and Identity by Landscape

Disability-inclusive housing startup The Kelsey has launched a new logo and identity with design by San Francisco consultancy, Landscape. The new look is described as advancing the California-based non-profit’s ongoing mission “in an emotional and beautiful way”. “Our new identity reinforces The Kelsey’s mission to advance disability-forward, innovative, thoughtfully designed housing solutions,” explains Micaela Connery, […]
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Landscape Unveils New Identity for Sci-Tech Company – ‘Radix’

San Francisco-based brand strategy and design studio Landscape has created the identity for newly launched sci-tech company, Radix. Backed by MIT’s tech and science businesses incubator, The Engine, Radix has developed a system software that enables scientists to design, run, and analyse complex biology lab experiments from end to end; the software reportedly leaves scientists […]
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