Identity System for Blokk



This is another great project from Heydays. Blokk is a company that provides both architectural and interior design services. Creating their identity, the goal was to reflect their philosophy on embracing openness, straightforward attitude and outstanding communication with clientele. With a little investigating, Heydays wanted to see how they could translate typography into architectonic shapes and landscapes. Read more about this project on Behance Network.

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Visual Identity System for Woodhouse



This is an excellent Visual Identity System for a company that represents suppliers whom buy and sell timber, boards and construction materials. Since recent change or procedure, the identity system was in need of a “face-lift”. The goal was to communicate both segments, although different in behavior. For print, raw materials were used, combined with strong graphical images of wood materials it different stages in the process. Just another great project from Heydays, via Behance Network.

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Corporate Identity for Optiver



This is a great visual identity project for a company known as Optiver, put together by Marius Roosendaal.

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Branding Development for Laramie Carlson



This a great little project by Cody Paulson for photographer, Laramie Carlson. Like with all great identities, they should really speak for what the person / company does. Cody was able to accomplish this with the use of a circle to symbolize a camera, and the use of straight black and white was to speak for the high contrast and sharp photos from Laramie. Check out more here, via Branding Served.

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Brand Development for Black Watch Global



This is another amazing identity system done by Mash Creative. Over the past few months I’ve really grown to love Mash Creative’s work, and am constantly referencing their work for inspiration. This project for Black Watch Global(BWG) is no different. The goal was to really create an identity system that summed up what BWG was all about. The use of organic shapes to create a “compass” really portrays the “global” element of the company, and gives a sense of trust and security. Check out more here!

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Visual Identity for Definitive Studio



This is another great visual identity system for a graphic design studio known as Definitive Studio. With the up market color scheme and use of a single typeface, the goal was to communicate exactly what the studio does in one fall swoop. Via Branding Served.
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A Visual Identity for Discover Golf



I always enjoy seeing crafty Identity Systems for companies not at all involved in the creative industry. This is an excellent example by Milosz Pirog, for a company called Discover Golf. I enjoy the use of common shapes, accompanied by a wonderful typeface. Via Branding Served.

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Be Savaged Branding Development



This is a great project done by David Moore, for a Music Management company called Be Savaged. The goal was to create a visual identity that would work across all mediums while still maintaining a some-what youthful image. In never surprises me the uses people come up with, with Helvetica. Via Branding Served.

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Creative Visual Identity For Accent



Accent Creative is a creative company whom pride themselves in taking new approaches to content delivery as technology evolves. This is the process behind the Art Direction & Design company, via Branding Served.

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Identity System for Oblique



This is a great project done by Philippe Cossette for the company known as Oblique. The goal was to create a logo that would reveal itself when viewed from different perspectives, but otherwise would appear trivial.

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