Last Updated on May 26, 2020 by Farnaz
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LOGO&MARKS By Ahmed Samir , Dot agency
Fair Play By Sarah Elly
Fair Play is a gamified system that helps couples equally divide domestic responsibilities. Full branding, print, and packaging design.
getsolar.io By Arek Dvornechuck
Solar power savings can be hard to understand yet they are the single most important reason post people get solar power. Our goal is to accelerate the adoption of solar power by educating people one how great of an investment solar power is.
By Anagrama Studio
Brewers – Confrérie Artisans Brasseurs By Simon Langlois , Nother Studio
Confrérie Artisans Brasseurs is a craft microbrewery in Québec, Canada. It offers a range of seasonal so-called Fruit based beer, that is to say that fruits are used during the fermentation process to influence taste. This technique enhances freshness and flavor of the product, unlike so-called fruit flavoured beer which is later flavored. The exclusive small brews are produced according to fruit production from the region’s orchards. Wishing to move away from the usual iconography of fruit-flavored beers, juices or fruity drinks. The use of a graphic system evoking fruit labels is a subtle but strong reminder of their main distinction: fruit beers.
Bird man By Thinking Room
Bird, when it’s not a flying species, is another word for an odd person, which is what birdman is about. Aside of its eyebrow-raising name, Birdman is a Melbourne-style izakaya with an interesting personality. In Japan’s unapologetically fast-paced high-expectation life, people went to izakayas after work hours to talk, rant or even just to interact with strangers. In this place they are free of any social roles. This has given us the idea to use eyes, since they are the windows to the soul, and when we look at someone in the eye, it means we are confident and free from the fear of being judged. For the graphics, we made Birdman to look simple, subtle and naïve yet oddly witty at the same time — as seen in the menu direction and the front signage. Since Birdman is open for rush hour lunch, there are ones who came alone, thus we coined the tagline “solo ok, flocks ok” meaning “come with your weird self or with your weird friends”