Religious Branding: 23. Jewish Culture Festival

The Krakow Jewish Culture Festival is an international cultural event with a tradition dating back over 20 years. However, in recent times, the Festival had started to struggle with its identity, at both visual and socio-cultural levels. Organisers felt the event was becoming somewhat stagnant and antiquated. And so, in an attempt to communicate Jewish […]
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Identity Design: The Victoria Falls Steam Train Company

The Victoria Falls Steam Train Company briefed Cape Town-based communications agency Bittersuite to create a corporate identity that would reflect the luxury, elegance and old-world romance of steam train travel in colonial Rhodesia. Made up of old-world symbols of British colonialism including the Royal Crown, two fierce lions and a vintage train fender, the logo […]
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Winsor & Newton Rebrand by Pearlfisher

Famous brand Winsor & Newton likes to position itself as maker and purveyor of “the world’s finest artists’ materials”. Today part of the ColArt Group, the company has a history dating all the way back to 1832. Design agency Pearlfisher was appointed to rebrand the business. The refreshed design includes a redeveloped logo as well as […]
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Fashion Branding: LDN

LDN of England is a British fashion label that specialises in making contemporary streetwear apparel. Creative agency Face, headquartered in Monterrey, Mexico, was hired to formulate the brand’s identity. The clothing company was specifically seeking a symbol that could be easily related to London culture, and at the same time appear appealing and timeless. Based […]
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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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A Design Fit for Kings – Korol

Serbian graphic designer Nemanja Čubrović completed this branding project for a business providing financial advice and wealth management services. He explains the brief as follows: “The name came quite easily from the owner’s Slavic origin and his words: ‘We want to be kings among our competitors’ – Korol (meaning the king). They wanted a bold […]
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