Posts Tagged ‘identity’

Well Branded: Pandora Bell

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

You know when you see something so sweet you wish you could literally climb through your screen to get a taste? No, I’m not talking about Tim Riggins but you get the idea (wink!) Well this identity and beautiful packaging for Pandora Bell leaves me light headed!

Pandora Bell is a premium confectionary brand located in Ireland. Studio Output was tasked with creating a sophisticated identity for the small brand which was inspired by vintage packaging. Modern finishes were used in order to contemporize the system. I particularly adore the creative use of patterns and the versatility of the logo. Tasty in every possible way!

Via: The Dieline

Well Branded: New Sheridan Hotel

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

urbanINFLUENCE did a spectacular job on this identity package for the New Sheridan Hotel. The use of rich textures and ornate patterns bring the charm of a turn of the century to a hotel of today. I think the paper cups are my favorite, the look is so unexpected and elegant! Located in Telluride, CO, the New Sheridan just exudes history, make sure to stop by if you’re ever in the area.

Well Branded: Claridge’s Hotel

Friday, May 21st, 2010

This identity for Claridge’s Luxury Hotel is the epitome of a well branded company. I love the combination of the bright teal and gold with the stark black and white. There’s a perfect mix of classic sophistication juxtaposed with a bold modern simplicity. The use of bold patterns on the wrapping paper, the pencils and the envelope liner is executed brilliantly. This beautiful system was designed by Construct, a design boutique in London and more of their fantastic work can be seen on their site and blog.

Via: Creative Review

Well Branded: FreshSimple Café

Thursday, February 18th, 2010

I’m totally smitten by the work of Celeste Prevost for the FreshSimple Café in Brooklyn. I love how she took a pattern and repurposes it for each piece, they work together yet each find a way to stand on  their own. I especially love the printing on the inside of the bag and the coffee cups.

Also, a fun fact, after reading this great article, I found out Celeste is married to the man behind Lifter Baron. That might sound familiar because I blogged about his work for 3 Little Birds almost a year ago! Talk about a talented couple!

La Strada

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009




I spotted this a while back on the always wonderful Graphic-ExchanGE. Transformer’s identity concept for a Moscow cafe is completely stunning. Just look at that place setting, it takes my breath away! All the elements work so well together, and I love how they’ve combined earth tones with bright silvers, so chic! Everything looks so rich and clean at the same time. Oh how I wish I weren’t 5000 miles away!