Creation and Branding design for Beige, dedicated to personal hygiene
products and body care. Nature-based products and aromas of plants,
trees and other natural elements.
Frankie’s is a modern coffee shop.
Yong-Namm Lee / Sweden
My inspiration was the aspect of handcraftmenship and the finishes , which led to sewings whom represents the finishing of a product, and created a visual system using sewing lines as dynamic grid which works in various ways.
RikGrafiek / Belgium
Logo and identity for a young IT start-up. Thanks to Stefaan Declerck for helping me out with the photography.
Visual identity for TST, a silk screen print factory.
Corporate identity, stationery, website design and communication for Central Magazine.
Me is the union of the initials of Mirco and Eva, co-founders of the studio. That’s how our friends, clients and partners call us. The coma, reflects the narrative process of our our practice. We tell stories, create concepts and bring them to life through our designs. For our promotional material, we chose a collection of un-conventional objects and branded them with simple and bold phrases. The collection consisted of bags, notebooks, condoms, posters, mugs. Inside Me, Remind Me, Love Me, Inspire Me, Taste Me…. Every object utilised the ‘Me,’ theme to create a message not only to highlight the nature of the product but also to create an emotional link between people and us, between people and Me,
Studio Faculty / Canada
Ida Faldbakken is a freelance project manager and concept developer in Oslo, Norway. She has worked with a range of different project the past years, including Øyafestivalen.
The identity is intended to reflect Ida’s ability to adapt to all kinds of projects, ranging from music to business development, art or marketing.
It’s always great when a great product arrives at your desk and you have to name it, brand it and package it. That’s what happened when this awesome belgian beer produced in Toledo, Spain arrived to our hands. Artisan Beer’s Market has been growing terribly for the last year and we needed an eye-catching name and image to make it look different from its competitors when someone is about to order a beer in a bar. Barb & BIère (Beer in French) made the name and beards and different hair tones made the pack for the different varieties. All of it wrapped with an artisan made sense, from the illustrations and the lettering to the printed materials’ choice.
In an industry composed of dark rooms and stodgy corporate layers, KTM not only kills off the preconceived notions of what audio post should be, but shatters the industry paradigm. The simple logotype bisected with a diagonal is symbolic of how they “cut out” the unnecessary layers and break from their past. The diagonal motif is used throughout the identity to draw juxtapositions, delineate space and reinforce a relaxing yet sophisticated atmosphere. Laid-back, SoCal imagery & video with pops of aqua help bring the outside in, while modern UX ensures KTM is firmly rooted in the future.
Wallpaper* magazine invited us to collaborate in a project that would be exposed during design week in Milan. The task was to create 5 food items that were focused around one particular ingredient, also the branding and packaging.
We worked with Alfredo Villanueva, choosing “chili” as our main ingredient, so we could stand out our culture bringing the name of “Mexico” to an international exhibition not only by design but also by it’s gastronomy.
In a world where everything screams, everything is flashy, BRUTO remains an outsider, confirming that what is well made can get along with simplicity. What is startling is not necessarily noisy.