Polka Branding Design by Yuta Takahasi
From the Designer: POLKA goes overseas and buys bland-new products form all over the world, then sells and introduces a wide variety of lifestyle products via internet to customers mainly in Japan.
When I created POLKA’s brand image, I expressed the passion, pioneering spirit, and many of interests as POLKA’s identity.
By used of polka dot that is the origin of the name of POLKA, I produced the logotype that is full of modernity and joy. Then, by extracting the dots, I designed the original pattern of random arrangement of large and small four dots. It expresses the interests, pioneering spirit , passions, funs, the claims of individuality of POLKA.
On 16, Dec 2014 | | In Packaging |
Holiday Packaging Design for Bath & Body Works by Beardwood & Co.
From the Designer: A family of fun and fashionable characters reenacting Holiday moments creates a nostalgic Christmas story with a modern twist. A variety of scenes for each fragrance drives desire and collectability.
Stitch by stitch, we graphically knitted designs for each fragrance to create the ultimate Christmas sweater collection. The Fair Isle patterns add a sense of fashion and fun while connecting back to the core line.
Art Deco Packaging Design for London Fields Soap Company by One Darnley Road
From the Designers: Launching as an artisan brand in east London, this new company wanted an identity that complimented their handmade, organic and beautiful products. The brand’s ambition is to “bring back the bar”, with soaps that are good for the skin and the environment. For their branding we looked to clean, graphic Art-Deco textile patterns that reflect both a history of craft and a modern sensibility.