Packaging and strategy design for Loving Earth. The packaging reflects their belief that food should be eaten in its purest sense, as well as being minimally processed and grown organically in a sustainable way.
Cocolobo is a high-end shopping boutique that caters exclusively to strong women with a confident and in vogue fashion sense. For the naming, we played with the shop’s main patrons’ characteristic duality, in a catchy and fun play with words: “Coco” (coconut in Spanish) and “lobo” (Spanish for wolf). The Cocolobo woman is not only feminine and sweet, but also independent, aggressive, sensuous and daring. The color palette also invests in this polarity, with black and white portraying the elegant, sober aspect of the brand and the red representing all that is feminine and chic.
The layout is modern and simple while the typographic palette emits exclusivity, rounding up the brand as one with dignity and class. In direct and striking contrast stands the heart icon and pattern, rendering a luscious playfulness and channeling the brand to the world of lipstick loaded kisses and little red dresses.
Mini Bugs approached us to develop a fun and engaging brand identity that would appeal to both children and parents. We designed a hand drawn logotype, and brought in illustrator, Lucy Gell, to create the bugs and provide added depth to the colourful visual palette.
We designed and developed an e-commerce website to handle the Buxton based shop’s large and ever changing catalogue of products, as well as provide an online presence and point of contact for the business.
We’re excited to currently be working with Mini Bugs to design the look and feel for the interior of their new shop.
Create an entirely new retail store and extensive product line. Consider what your company provides: location, architecture, etc.
As designers, it has become our job to think about what we consume, use and design, so I reached for my favorite magazine, GOOD, for the answer.
GOOD Worldwide, LLC. is a media platform that promotes, connects, and reports on individuals, businesses, and non-profits “pushing the world forward.” GOOD produces a website (GOOD.is), a quarterly magazine, online videos, and events highlighting examples of what is sustainable, prosperous, productive, creative, and equitable.
The content covers a variety of topics, including the environment, education, urban planning, design, food, politics, culture, lifestyle, technology, sex and health. It seems that the next step for GOOD is to open a branch of stores that only sell products with the same concept and goal: to push the world forward.
Branding and collateral for a liquor store that focuses on personal service and local community. Collateral includes business cards, promotional posters, coozies, coasters, and packaging for make your own sampler packs.
Sections of the six pack can be torn off, turning it into a four pack or two pack. This ensures a longer lifetime for the packaging and increases the portability of the beer case as well. The cases were made with recycled materials, soy-based inks, and zero adhesives in order to lower the environmental footprint.
This project won Judges Choice at the Art Directors of Iowa 2013 Student Exhibition.
Word approached us wanting a complete brand identity. We created the concept of “copy with character” and designed a flexible and daring brand around this theme. A primary logo was created using custom blackletter typography, whilst a further three variations of this logo were designed using distinct and different tones of voices to represent the wide variety of copy that Word creates for different brands. A “highlighter” neon yellow was used across the identity to create an unexpected element that sets it apart from its competitors, whilst also hinting at the service Word offers in creating copy that really makes you pay attention.
Business cards were letterpressed onto high quality 700gsm Colorplan Bright White stock.
The newly rebranded, refurbished, relaunched and really quite amazing Shepparton Art Museum has been a very rewarding project for Alter. It has been our great pleasure to contribute to what we consider to be a very important cultural development for regional Victoria. The studio’s identity has been expanded to incorporate everything from broadsheet print through to museum signage. Here’s some of what we’ve produced.
Oh and by the way, if you’re wondering about the JAWS covers, ask Henrik. They have nothing to do with SAM. Maybe he’s just using them as a scale comparison.
The Sensu Brush is the ultimate tool for digital artists. It delivers an authentic painting experience on your tablet or smartphone. The Sensu portable artist brush & stylus works great for capacitive touchscreens like iPad, iPhone, Kindle Fire, Google Nexus S, and other devices. This 2-in-one tool truly shines when used with your favorite drawing and painting apps, such as ArtRage, Sketchbook Pro, Paper by Studio 53, Procreate, Auryn Ink, and SketchTime.
A new line of four organic products for luxurious wellness hotels in the Scandinavian marked.
We also came up with the brand name Rawganical which reflects the product’s qualities and values.
The minimalistic designed bottle make a good contrast to the really raw and neat wooden lid. The packaging goes well with the interior of the hotels and the organic content inside the bottle. For optimal use, the lid is designed so that the bottle can be turned upside down.
ùPencils with Grigori Perelman’s Portrait Grigory Perelman is a modern Russian mathematician who solved the legendary Poincaré conjecture, one of the world’s most difficult mathematical tasks. He was awarded the Field Medal but refused to take 1 million dollars prize. “Why do I need a million dollars if I can control the uviverse?”, he said. Our gang shoots off to the genius of Grigory Perelman.
¡Cho! is a completely unique range of on-the-go drinking Gazpacho recently launched to the UK market. Created by English entrepreneurs and a Michelin starred Spanish chef ¡Cho! is made from organic fruit and vegetables sourced and bottled in Adalucia.
¡Cho! needed to be positioned as a completely different product, and in doing so create its own place in the market. It required a brand identity that communicated a uniquely daring and different gourmet product with real provenance and exquisite taste.
Our brand concept ‘The Gazpacho Revolution’ projects the brand’s essence – a Spanish classic with a modern twist. The concept has an attitude which reflects ¡Cho’s character and provides a campaignable call to arms which can be used across all marketing and advertising channels to spread the word virally.
Visually the brand reflects the spontaneity and style of revolutionary typography. To further communicate a product of difference we created a series of Dada-esque illustrations which give personality to each individual flavour and reflect the uniquely different proposition of the brand.
¡Cho! was launched to high acclaim at the International Food Expo in London Docklands, promoted by a series of promotional materials including a manifesto-style newspaper. In the absence of a large advertising and marketing budget the brand concept harnessed the power of social media to spread the word on Facebook and Twitter – ‘Join the Gazpacho Revolution’.