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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Logo Design for a Religious Organisation: ‘Buddha Spirit’

The corporate design for the Buddha Spirit club aims to communicate the values and teachings of Buddhism. The key element is the logo, the design of which is inspired by the Diamond Sutra. The leaf-shaped logo shows the outline of Buddha in the centre. The purpose of this reference is to enable observers to see […]
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Branding Design for ‘Africa Green’

Africa Green is a travel company based in South Africa. The business organises and runs a wide range of outdoor adventures for Africa-bound globetrotters, including safari and hiking tours. Cape Town graphic designer Erwin Bindeman was brought in to create a befitting logo and identity design for the Pretoria-based tourism firm. Expressively-shaped leaf blades that […]
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Green Branding: Ecofamilia

Barcelona-based graphic designer Sílvia Valls has designed this animated logo for Spanish e-tailer, Ecofamilia. The online store specialises in selling natural, ecologically-responsible products pertaining to health and beauty. Sílvia devised a green-coloured heart shape that swirls into existence – and before the trajectory is completed, a downward hanging leaf glyph is formed at the heart’s […]
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