The clean branding for Cha.ology is a tribute to the Japanese art of drinking tea. Recently opened in Manchester, the identity developed by a local Alphabet design agency is minimal and contemporary and was created in collaboration with Cha.ology’s founder Mei Lee.
Vemme Day Spa is a Polish is a beauty cabinet in Swinoujscie, where each appointment serves as an opportunity to create a unique experience.
Created by studio Mildred & Duck, the identity for Mr.PAW – a Melbourne-based dog shampoo and grooming brand – is clean and simple.
Par Hasard, loosely translated as ‘by accident’ is a Montreal-based creative studio that built its identity upon the idea of a game. Enigmatically announced with ‘the die are cast’ slogan, Par Hasard’s recent launch was celebrated with a specially-invented Bingo game.
Created by Kira Koroknai and Anna Hidvégi, the identity for Merlot Rosé produced for Dúzsi Winery in Szekszárd, Hungary is modest and feminine. Picking a soft pink color as a basis, the designers wanted to reflect upon the content of the bottle and the wine’s origin.
Australian homeware brand Le Brass designs objects that carry a taste of luxury, femininity and minimalism. Its visual identity has been created by a Spanish Tatabi Studio and takes inspiration from the Australian lifestyle
Savvy is a design, architecture and branding studio based in New York and Mexico focused on sharing unique stories.
The branding for Anima Restaurant by a Stuttgart-based studio HOCHBURG Design speaks raw and organic language. Minimal typography is complemented with stone grey colours, golden foil and symmetric forms.
The Good Hippie is a small, artisanal beauty and skincare brand from Austin, Texas with an exquisite visual identity. Conceived by Lauren Cooke Design, the packaging features watercolor artworks from Satsuki Shibuya, who was commissioned to create a series of exclusive paintings to embellish the exterior of the products.
Querido Tulum is a new residential development in Tulum, Quintana Roo. To highlight its spontaneous and liberated spirit, studio Futura has created a visual identity based upon an epistolary concept to represent the site.
The collaboration between creative agency Femmes Regionales and Scandinavian furniture brand Normann Copenhagen includes more than 200 small objects. Called ‘Daily Fiction’, it was envisioned as a playful way to translate the idea of fashion and trend into other, more practical industries.
Le Turtle is a new French new wave restaurant founded by Taavo Somer and Carlos Quirarte (of The Smile) on the corner of Chrystie and Rivington streets in New York. The interior uses raw materials, such as wood, concrete or marble, while neon lights or velvet curtains add a touch of extravagance. Inspired by new…
Created by Parametro Studio, the branding for HULA is inspired by the culture of Hawaii. Located in San Pedro Garza Garcia in Mexico, the tropical restaurant relies on
Mexican homeware brand Homally redefines everyday chores with a playful collection of ironing boards. The idea was to create objects that beautifully blend with the interior without being shamefully hidden the next time your friends stop by for coffee.
An identity project for pharmaceutical Biocol Labs by Lisbon-based AHxHA Studio proves creativity can saturate any industry. The post-chemical society offers a fresh take on healthcare, trying to cater for human needs traditional medicine can’t fulfill.
Urban beach parasols by OMBA marry beautiful design with practicality. Hand-painted patterns of the parasols are inspired by the colors of the Mediterranean sea, packed into plain carry-bags made of organic fabrics.
New branding for a gourmet bakery Madame Quoi was inspired by a dramatic story of a Parisian socialite, Henriette Callioux and the letters to her husband that were threatened to be published in the eve of a political scandal in 1914.
Polish branding designer Sebastian Bednarek just releases his latest work for tailor goods brand, Malik Bros. A lovely earthy tone color palette, recycled tags and
Designed by a Russian artist Alexander ‘Sasha’ Solodukho, the packaging for a New York- based fragrance brand NEST is inspired by 18th century botanical drawings. Each bottle is classic in its proportions, yet these are the illustrations hidden inside each glass container that add a unique, vintage touch to the perfume.
Creative studio Parametro designs sleek and modern branding for a Mexican flower workshop Terra de Flora. Located in Pedro Garza García, Monterrey, Terra is inspired by French botanic gardens.
Coloni, is a Swedish based gardening house founded in 2010. In collaboration with a horticulturist, Coloni has developed an approach to a new kind of indoor gardening based on seed mixtures composed from a conceptual point of view.
New York based graphic design Teresa Baena recently finish the beautiful branding for “Tokidoki”, a mockup for a design Japanese cuisine restaurant.
An Airline where the flight’s destination is unknown. Central Saint Martins graphic design students, James Robison and Georgia Harman were tasked with creating a new fictitious Airline, TRAVERSE caters for the wanderluster’s looking for adventure.
Spanish creative agency Tatabi Studio had the excellent idea to create Diz-Diz, a project that offers flavored popcorns such as Parmesan cheese, vanilla, curry or cinnamon.
Surface magazine has commissioned from 12 of the top design firms a representation of an aspirational weed brand (essentially the ‘Starbucks’ or ‘Nike’ of weed). The result is a highly stimulating compendium of brands, with innovative cannabis products and a medley of packaging.
Another beautiful branding by Mexican graphic studio Anagrama. Viviana is a brand for highly nutritional food products made with natural ingredients, antioxidants and super-foods located in Monterrey, Mexico. The brand name comes from the Spanish word vivir and vida, meaning living and life.
Twig Teas, boasts refreshing and simple ingredients of ‘Filtered water and loose-leaf tea. Nothing else.’ To reflect the purity of the product, Studio Thomas has rebranded the packaging for the Cold Brew Tea.
French Design Studio b.a.-ba combined the universe of haute couture and haute cuisine in this Cook look book project made under the direction of Lernert & Sander.
Russian designer Nikita was inspired by the diversity of female beauty to create some pasta packaging with women’s face and showing the contents as their hair.
Musq is an Australian cosmetic brand that boasts natural and ethical ingredients for its luxurious line of skincare. The brand’s mystique is amplified by the inspired product packaging developed by Australian studio Black Squid Design.