Logo, typeface and signage by Studio Najbrt for Kunsthalle Praha, a new art institution in Prague, Czech Republic. The modular logotype is beautifully translated to the building's exterior, utilizing the height and geometry of the building without detracting from the architecture.
Lovely identity by Vietnamese branding studio M — N Associates for Saigon coffee chain Guta. The street-style coffee shops are known for their small plastic chairs. Their identity leverages this with a custom wordmark, typeface and illustration inspired by the form of their chairs.
A super elegant and well crafted campaign by Paprika in Montreal, combines musical instruments and the number 10. Black and white photography along with a muted color palette and strong typography has resulted in a very striking and probably very cost effective solution.
Modular is a typeface that evokes the sculptural furniture produced by London designer Kusheda Mensah. A collaboration between Margot Lévêque and Studio Nari.
A beautifully simple, charming identity to meet one of those briefs that might easily feel overwhelming. Balancing respect for the heritage with a playful lightness of touch is an incredibly delicate business. Manual have pulled it off magnificently. That curious e is a masterstroke.
An elegant and intelligent wayfinding system by Norwegian multi-disciplinary firm Snøhetta for the Groupe Le Monde Headquarters in Paris. The concept pays tribute to the tradition and art of newspaper typography and printing.
A self promotion for Alt Group from a few years back that is both minimal and magnificent. If the pun escapes you, ask a NZ friend to say ‘three bears’ …
A simple idea executed well by Bleed. The Food Society logo embodies the idea of community; the collective ‘O’ represents the shared point where different kitchens come together under one roof in Norway's only “dine-in-first” restaurant concept.