Charming Packaging Design for Wenzel by Moodly Brand Identity and Zachary Kutz
From the Designer: Since 1647 The Wenzel family from Rust, Austria has been growing, harvesting, and making wine without interruption.
It goes without saying that a good wine takes time. And a good wine, needs a good design. With inspiration from the handcraft, the harvest, and the calmness of nature the Corporate Design was grown. The labels show more than just the grape – they show and tell a story. The classic labels bear a handwritten lettering symbolising the human interaction, and the special wines bear a picture of the very ground the seeds were planted ages before.
moodley created the whole Corporate Design: the labels, the business cards, wine boxes, wine bags and a website that looks as good as the wine tastes. Prost!
Stylish Branding Design for Violeta by Anagrama
From the Designer: Violeta is a traditional Argentinian bakery located in the well-off neighborhood of Las Lomas de San Isidro in the outskirts of Buenos Aires. Named after its founder, Violeta creates beautiful, hand-crafted bread, cakes and pastries. With more than 30 years in the hearts of the people of Buenos Aires, Violeta now plans to start up franchises in Miami, Florida.
We designed Violeta’s new identity with the mission to communicate quality and sophistication without losing approachability. Our proposal draws inspiration from Buenos Aires’ coat of arms: an oval with two ships sailing over Rio de la Plata and a dove flying above them. We multiplied the dove by three in celebration of Violeta’s three decades of fantastic bread. We kept the lines depicting the Rio de la Plata and used them not only in the icon, but all over the brand in four different patterned textures. We chose violet to match the naming and to keep the brand fresh and feminine. The copper foil is not only a nod towards Violeta’s excellence, but it also refers to the toasty color of bread right after it leaves the oven.
On 16, Jan 2015 | | In Type |
Typeface for a World War II Monument by Akos Polgardi
From the Designer: I was commissioned to design a custom typeface for a World War II monument at Eötvös Loránd University commemorating the university’s students and professors who fell victim to the war. The names of the victims, along with their most important biographical data, were CNC-milled into bronze rods built into the facades of the school’s buildings at its Trefort Garden campus. The stripe is 1 cm in height and 200 meters in length, featuring the names of 198 victims in 9454 characters. 180 kg of bronze have been used.
A number of formal limitations imposed upon the design process by the technique of milling strongly determined the typeface’s character. As a result, Trefort Grotesk is a unicase, mono-line, condensed sans serif featuring open counters, some stenciled glyphs, and as few stroke joints as possible. Apart from type design I was responsible for designing various print collateral as well as the website of the project.
On 15, Jan 2015 | | In Packaging |
Beautiful Packaging Design for Project Charisma – Aurora and Ross by Ken Lo
From the Designer: Aurora is the northern lights, a beautiful and natural scene in the night sky. She is the symbol of mysterious and fascinating charisma.
Ross is red. She is associated with the color of love, passion, romance, enthusiasm, confidence and courage.
Textured Branding Design for Archimesh by Makoto Kamimura