SAVVY Studio, based in Monterrey, Mexico, is a multidisciplinary workplace, where different areas of design come together, to create unique and unified experiences for their clients. One of the most recents projects is the Par La Roy Store, in Mexico City.
Our friends over at Safari Sundays, a New York based nimble collective of global designers, thinkers and inventors, just relaunched their branding today with a new identity that fits the spirit of the agency like a glove.
The Helsinki based design studio, Kokoro & Moi designed an elegant visual identity, from packaging to apparel, for Fazer Café. Kokoro & Moi dug deep into the historic roots of the cafe, established in 1891, to develop a refreshed tone-of-voice for the new brand identity project.
Written By Anna Canlas San Diego-based design studio Wedge & Lever redesigned Transworld Surf Magazine in late 2011, forgoing its commercial sport-mag roots for an almost art-mag feel. “Our objective was to support a photo-driven editorial model while breathing new life into the magazine
Super creative, Singapore-based, design studio Couple created the visual identity, packaging and space graphics for Handburger, a burger joint in Singapore. For a fun and innovative approach to branding the company Couple produced it entirely out of paper, highlighting the artistry of making a good burger.
Design Hey Studio has created a crisp yet warm identity for glass artist Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert. The highly regarded Barcelona-based studio has produced a typeface, website and selection of branded printed materials inspired by the artist’s process.