One of the best brand agencies in the world and their recent work is a testament to that.
Plenty is an Art and Motion Direction studio located in Buenos Aires that has stories to tell and messages to communicate.
This specific project was the new brand image for FM, a new channel under FUSE's umbrella. The premise was: what is it like to design a channel taking into account its target is a young, active and fun audience?
Moniker is a San Francisco-based design and branding studio. This project was specifically created for the Designer Fund, an investment group committed to design-led companies, to create a set of posters for their Bridge Speaker Series.
The series invites legends such as John Bielenberg, Wilson Miner and Julie Zhuo to speak on a range of topics from design leadership to future design trends. "To contrast the digital nature of the talks, we utilized the tactility of paper and created abstract forms to convey key ideas from each lecture".
Collins is a brand consultancy for the Convergence Era. They call it the Convergence Era because while this era reaches far beyond brands, it’s forever altered how we build them. What was once siloed is now integrated and seamless. What were once passive experiences are now controlled by customers themselves.
Ten is a print series to mark our 10th major project with the fine folk at Nike.
For those of you who aren't familiar with MVSM, they are one of the most forward thinking studios in the world. Their work is always progressive and effective visual communications and they have always been one of the studios I've admired.
The new brand embodies a non-static visual identity system, expressed in a dynamic typographic treatment that easily evoke the delight of a company of dancers.
Roots is an interdisciplinary graphic design studio based in Singapore run by the talented Jonathan Yuen.
Imaginery for Adobe Summit 2015: The Digital Marketing Conference. Having the motto "Reinvention is a journey. Start yours at Summit." Vasava developed the idea of a topographical view of landscapes. The visuals fade the limits between analogic and digital. The maps represent seven cities; New York, Amsterdam, London, Munich, Paris, Stockholm and Sydney. They were created using watercolor inks and paper overlays and afterwards polished digitally.
Beautiful work by brand & experience design studio Airlift based in San Francisco. Their work is a great mix of design, technology and craft in order to deliver results that go beyond the expected. Personally the Akita brand is the one I admire the most, the detail and execution of the logotype is perfect.