26.1.21

PLENTY

Plenty by &Walsh.

"Plenty came to us for a rebrand with two goals. The first was to convey the uniquely craveable flavor of Plenty produce. The second was to create a warmer and more approachable brand that felt accessible to all. Rather than sticking to typical healthy green visual cues, we took inspiration from desirable food categories which reflects in both the identity and packaging work."





29.12.20

GLODOK

 Glodok by Sudtipos. Via MyFonts.

"The name 'Glodok' comes from the oldest Chinatown in Jakarta, which is also considered the biggest in Indonesia; the place where the designer took inspiration from."





19.12.20

KUNEL GAUR

 Photography, art and design by Kunel Gaur.





29.11.20

WAVEMAKER

 Wavemaker by NB Studio.

"Inspired by a new brand strategy – Positive Provocation – the visual identity system affects, reacts and responds to the world around it."





22.11.20

BASILICA HUDSON

Basilica Hudson by Varyer.

"Space and place means everything at Basilica. Centred around its iconic architecture, the design system pays direct homage to their mission."





8.11.20

DISPATCH

 Dispatch by Wedge.

"Dispatch Coffee mandated Wedge to evolve their brand identity into a wider ecosystem beyond the logo. The design is centred on transportation visuals as a reference to Dispatch Coffee’s first cold brew delivery truck."





23.10.20

CUOZZO FLEMING

Cuozzo Fleming by POST.

"The new identity is bold, iconic and bright, firmly rooted in the vibrant hero colour blue. The printed collateral is timeless in its design with a confident application and meticulous execution."





14.10.20

SOMA BREWING

 SOMA Brewing by Quim Marin.





27.7.20

DOUG JOHN MILLER

Illustrations by Doug John Miller.

"Doug's drawings explore small narratives and experiment with colourful and highly detailed compositions of surreal and fantastical architecture."




5.7.20

NATIONAL AMBULANCE MENTAL HEALTH GROUP

National Ambulance Mental Health Group by Pentagram.

"When used on its own, the monogram references the harmony that’s needed between mind and body, which is the focus of the NAMHG. When repeated, it represents community and becomes a graphic element which can be used to visualise infographics, such as statistics about mental health."