I was just thinking the other day that I haven’t written a post about corporate identity/branding for a while so I’m remedying that today. The world is full of creative, talented people. Sometimes all you can do is bask in their greatness.
Gorgeous branding of Finnish lifestyle store Pino by Bond. I really love the colours and the simplicity of the design.
A very restrained, classic approach to branding for London’s first almond milk supplier The Pressery by designer Tim Jarvis.
Gorgeous use of patterns and motifs in this branding designed by Singapore-based agency The Strangely Good for shoe boutique P.V.S.
Beautiful black by Fabian De Lange for hypergraffiti
Illustration and design by Anya Aleksandrova for Michelle’s Bakery that is good enough to eat.
Awesome logotype, custom patterns and palette used in the branding for Barba Bird by Dawid Cmok
I have a thing about black and white at the moment. You really can’t go wrong with this classic colour pairing. Moodley Brand Identity have created a stunning fuss free, friendly brand.
Wunderblock GmbH manages to capture the essence of Rio’s Maria Santa Teresa Guest House.
Loving the use of colour in this identity for the Benevolent Society by Aussie agency Dreamworks.
I’ve saved my favourite ’til last. This beautiful black and floral branding for guarderobbery (by Russian designer Pavel Ilyuk) is breathtaking.
If you have any favourites, send them my way!
We’re talking business cards today. I love looking through corporate identity kits and seeing the cool things designers are creating (check out the glow-in-the-dark example below). I am still a big fan of the stamp your own cards thing though and will probably head down that route soon. It feels more personal. Have you got any business card faves? Let me know in the comments.
1. Custom Letterpress Business Card – Print and Grain.
2. Hello – Swell and Grand.
3. Your Silhouette – Lion Tail Press.
4. Floral calling cards – Pikake Press.
5. Glow in the dark – The Distillery.
6. Laurel Business Card stamp – Stationery Boutique.
I saw the most beautiful stamped postcards on Pinterest the other day – I had to share them. It was designed by Emma from Emmadime and it is just gorgeous. I’ve been umming and ahhhing over getting a stamp made for my business Wordish – I think I have teetered over the edge now. I want a stamp like this!
(All images used with permission)
I’ve been researching business cards for my writing business Wordish. I’ve got my heart set on something quirky – I definitely don’t want a stock standard business card. I think I’m going the hand stamped route. What do you think? Stamped, stitched or sealed?
#1 – Ade Chong hand stamped business cards
#2 – Amy Russell stitched business cards
#3 – Decanter Wine Lounge business cards featuring wax seal developed by Bex Brands.
Continuing on the hand stamped theme, I’m loving this business card and stationery idea from Foreign Policy Design Group for Playground Studio. I really like the idea of stamping stationery on an as needed basis. It feels more personal. What do you think?