Fabulous branding by the Croatian design studio Mireldy. The firm is led by Imelda Ramović and Mirel Hadžijusufović – art directors, designers and illustrators who have been creating together in fields of advertising, art and culture, music and fashion industry for over 10 years.
Leta Sobierajski is an independent designer and art director based in New York City combining traditional graphic design elements with photography, art, and styling to create utterly unique visuals. Her work is incredibly diverse, ranging from conventional identities to brilliantly bizarre compositions.
Love this identity work she did for RŪH Collective, a London-based fashion brand founded by entrepreneurs and creatives from New York, London, and Istanbul.
RŪH’s clothing is for women whose love of modesty is anything but quiet. It is a movement based on respect, opportunity, and pure possibility. Heavy in illustration and color, RŪH’s identity is defined by the geometric shapes which are built upon the same grid as the typographic identity. The geometry is reminiscent of old block art involving nature and sun, and finished off with a crisp copper foil.
Intriguing. Eclectic. Inspired.
That’s how Celedon describes their Charleston, South Carolina home furnishings shop. It also fittingly characterizes the recent redesign of their brand by J.Fletcher Design. Jay Fletcher, a graduate of the Columbus College of Art & Design, created a deeply compelling branding statement that’s both elegant and contemporary. His simple color palette and smart typography have me, for one, highly motivated to trek down south for a bit of a shop…
Happycentro is a multi-platform Design Agency based in Verona Italy. One of my favorite pieces of theirs is this stunning identity/packaging design for a raw chocolate brand.
Our formula for beauty is mixing complexity, order and fatigue. We like contamination between creative disciplines and diversity in general. We don’t like doing same thing twice, and prefer going further what we’re already able to do. It is tiring but satisfying.
I thought this was an awesome example of boutique branding. Created by Istanbul-based designer nuket goner çorlan; whose work is absolutely lovely.
Love this branding for Anna & Siena Fashion by Toronto-based designer, Alaa Amra.
Anna & Siena is a fashion line of basic and minimal cloth wear. The design inspiration came from the unique sewing patterns that were used to create the material. The sewing pattern adds energy and fun to the brand with keeping the sophistication through the typography choice and shapes style. The idea of sewing pattern adds a broad range of compositions that can be used for promotion purposes and packaging design.
Sydney-based Olivia King is the designer behind this lovely example of branding and packaging design for Trig, a jewelry company where the pieces are designed by individual customers using a personalization app.
“Using a selection of native Australian materials, and hand-painted wood, the first prototype designs were endless; I realised the potential for the project where the designs were those of the customers themselves. Using the Trig app, each piece is unique the tastes and style of those making them, with colour, shape and material options available in multiple variations.”
Gorgeous branding project – from the identity through the interior design & even the salt and pepper holders! Designed by a host of talented folks for Simple, a casual dining restaurant in Kiev, Ukraine. (See end of post for credits)
Pavel Panfilov – account manager
A Spring-y bit of branding to usher in the new season. Designed by Judit Besze from Budapest, Hungary for “The Gardens Table”, an organic cafe in Sydney, Australia.
I began my career in the advertising industry, where I first learned that clients actually expected to get a lot of TLC… for free. I always marveled that folks were actually willing to do that; to give away their time, energy and ideas for just a glimmer of possibility that they’d be tapped for future work. Love seeing this parody of the creative bidding process in new business pitches; truly illustrates how silly the concept is…
To be clear, this product doesn’t exist in real life. Which is a low down dirty shame, if you ask me. Rather, it’s a branding project by Chicago-based designer Parker Jones, who set out to lend a bit of levity to the very real issue known as PMS…
Beautiful brand identity for FRUTITAS, a Polish company that sells processed fruit. The family company, which was created out of “love for the sweet taste of dried fruits born on Polish soil”, makes snacks that are healthy and sweet, cheerful and colorful.
Designed by: Paris+Hendzel Studio, Poland.
Love this packaging solution for Ripple Coffee!
Ripple Coffee is committed to roasting beans strictly from farms owned by women. The company is dedicated to compensating women for their contributions by giving a percentage of each purchase back to the community. Design Womb partnered and delivered a complete brand identity and creative package design for a lineup of whole bean coffee. The coffee bags are vibrant and patterned. The fresh, rotating color palette captures the spirit of the company’s cause while drawing inspiration from beautiful coffee farms and sources around the globe. Each roast utilizes large, bold tasting notes, with a playful and wholesome tone.