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Imprimerie DC – Print Shop Identity by Charles Daoud
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Imprimerie DC – Print Shop Identity by Charles Daoud

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Cocolia   |   http://cocolia.cat

"We created Barcelonaʼs Surf House corporate identity, where we made business cards using 2 inks, with the peculiarity that one of them was mixed with a phosphorescence pigment. 350Gr paper with rotogravure on the logotype."

We are a graphic design studio that develops corporate identity, graphic communication, art direction, editorial, web, illustration, and art projects. We have a close relationship with our customers, we like to involve ourselves in every project and obtain the best possible results. 

At the same time we elaborate personal projects that give us creative freedom. These exercises allow us to implement new techniques and visual results for future works.

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Vertical Landscape – Papercut Illustration by Eiko Ojala
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Vertical Landscape – Papercut Illustration by Eiko Ojala

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Fieldwork   |   http://madebyfieldwork.com

"At Fieldwork, we make sure to keep a good balance between client work and in-house projects. We needed a visual identity flexible enough to work across anything from project proposals and invoices, through fun prints and publications, all the way to super geeky stuff like code projects and gadgets."

We love making things, collaborating, identifying interesting problems and figuring out what we can build to help solve them. Above all, we like to keep it simple and do it well. If you were to visit our studio right now, you’d probably find us tinkering away with something, making things with pixels, wires or paper. This is what we love doing, and we pour that energy and excitement into every project we undertake.

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Identity for Beluna Jazz Club and Restaurant.

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ロゴ、ポスター、チラシ

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AD+D 大黒大悟/2013/北海道清里町

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John Wegman   |   http://johnwegman.com.au

"Branding, collateral and packaging for a mobile coffee-vending tricycle. The brand revolves around the patron saint of coffee, Saint Dreux, and the patron saint of cycling, Madonna del Ghisallo. It is the intersection Dreux and Ghisallo that is explored in the customized ampersand found in the logo."

John is an independent graphic designer from Melbourne, Australia. He works across various mediums with an array of clients. John is also the cofounder of Fifty North, a coworking studio for creatives.

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Green Energy challenged us to grow their customer base fivefold within 5 years, in a category dominated by the Big Six. As a smaller player, our strategy was to make it cool to be a customer, through a playful attitude backed up by competitive pricing. Being powered by pig poo helps, too.

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Hospitality veterans Dave and Lois Kerr approached us with an empty space and a concept for a nautical-themed dive bar in inner-city Melbourne. We worked closely with the Kerr’s to refine the concept, develop the name and create the brand identity of the bar. Referencing nautical history without crossing into novelty, the brand touches on dive bar cues – American sporting insignias, grittiness, neon lighting – to connect the concept with its medium through a custom type family and restrained sports team-esque palette.

A secondary graphic language of vintage nautical advertising – stripped back to the brand colours – and illustrative elements inject the irreverence of the owner’s style of service. It also conveys the relaxed nature of the venue. This combined with a considered, consistent and structured set of production values and grid system work to reinforce the core brand and professionalism that underlies their easy-going style. This bar may be fun, but it’s also putting out some of the best drinks in the country.

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