MacDonald’s Mobile Ordering Ads
Rob Duncan:

Not sure which agency did these but very clever indeed. Made me smile!

Boom
Manual
Rob Duncan:

Manual have created the identity for Supersonic aircraft ‘Boom’, the dream job of many a designer! The logo is a beautiful modernist interpretation of wings worn by pilots, a bird in motion, acceleration! A perfect solution, fantastic photography, renderings and typography. Beautifully crafted and lovely yellow detailing derived from the Peregrine Falcon.

NU:RO
Anton & Irene
Rob Duncan:

Fantastic idea for a watch. Tell the time with an Hourglass. Anton Repponen of design studio Anton & Irene created this very analog, brilliant idea. You can purchase the watches online here.

Goulburn Regional Art Gallery
Garbett
Rob Duncan:

Garbett have produced a lovely responsive identity for Goulburn Regional Art Gallery in Australia. The logo is particularly beautiful and works so well at a variety of sizes. The repetition of form in the symbol is meant to reflect the tilled soil, wool and mark-making found in Australian Art.

Free on a Tree
Oliver Edwards
Rob Duncan:

I had the pleasure of speaking alongside Oliver Edwards in Hobart. Oliver has had a brilliant idea to help those in need throughout the city. He has collected hundreds of coats and hung them around trees in parks with a sticker “Free on a Tree. If you need this it’s yours”. A great idea that is making such a big difference. It’s definitely something that should take off in San Francisco. You can watch Oliver’s movie here. Or follow him on Facebook @freeonatree

D’Angelo Coffee
Studio Band
Rob Duncan:

Australian agency Studio Band really nailed it with this idea. Clever, Clean and Coffee. All the “C’s” and a great big “D”. Love it!

Bridges Not Walls
Garbett
Rob Duncan:

Garbett have designed this little beauty. Needs no explanation whatsoever. (Pay attention Mr Trump!)

New Chapter
Paul Belford Ltd
Rob Duncan:

Another beauty from Paul Belford Ltd. Branding for New Chapter, a startup offering word therapy — a form of counselling whereby participants express themselves through the written word. A book forms an arrow pointing forward. Say what you see! Love it.