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Category Archive: Identity

  1. Pagan and Sharp

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    Some wonderful typography work by the Brooklyn based design studio Pagan and Sharp.

    The often custom typefaces designed for their clients are incredible and if you’re a fan of Pinterest – well they designed that identity, too.

  2. Swoon

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    A beautiful typographical identity for custom sugar cookie maker Swoon. The project was taken on by the Kansas City based advertising agency Meers.

  3. Kurppa Hosk

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    Some very beautiful work by the Stockholm based design agency Kurppa Hosk.

    Whyte Lilja

    Whyte Lilja is a Swedish architect office focusing on exclusive private villas. Kurppa Hosk has developed Whyte Lilja’s new visual identity along with various brand applications.


    Once founded by legendary Swedish entrepreneur Jan Stenbeck, Tele2 is one of Europe’s biggest telecom companies operating in 11 different countries stretching from Norway in the West via Russia to Kazaksthan in the East. With Tele2’s well-established market position as a price leader as starting point, Kurppa Hosk has developed a comprehensive corporate identity program. Based on this we are continuously working on packaging design, retail design (in co-operation with Boys Don’t Cry) and digital design. We also validate all brand applications developed by Tele2’s local advertising agencies.

    Mark Red

    Mark Red is a consultancy firm focusing
 on web optimization. Kurppa Hosk’s assignment
 consisted of developing the new corporate identity.

    No Early Birds

    Per Söderberg is a renowned Swedish architect. The furniture collection No Early Birds is one of his most prominent works, comprising tables, stools, coffee-tables and shelf system all built on a beautifully crafted leg construction. Kurppa Hosk has developed the visual identity along with various brand applications.

    Galleri Jonas Kleerup

    Jonas Kleerup is one of Sweden’s most renowned art dealers. He is also a well-known musician and pop-culture contributor. Kurppa Hosk has worked with Jonas Kleerup since he started out his venture. We have developed Galleri Jonas Kleerup’s visual identity and provide art work for the gallery’s exhibitions and book productions.

  4. Seymours

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    A beautiful identity designed by the London based design studio Spin for the art consultation company Seymours.

    Along with the identitey, stationary and a website were designed.

  5. The Streethearts

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    A beautifully hand crafted identity designed by Norwegian design agency Heydays for the street fashion blog
    The Streethearts.

    The Street­hearts is an Oslo-based street fash­ion blog with world­wide focus. The blog is run by two tal­ented pho­tog­ra­phers, Andreas Schjøn­haug and Eirik Slyn­gstad, and early got inter­na­tional notice. We cre­ated a logo­type, busi­ness cards, notepads and their web lay­out. The bold hand drawn logo­type is inspired by street aes­thet­ics, which cre­ates a con­trast to the clear and fash­ion inspired typo­graphic layer beneath.

  6. Valerie Hoskins Associates

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    Some very beautiful stationary for Valerie Hoskins Associates designed by the London based design agency
    The Allotment.

    Established since 1983, Valerie Hoskins Associates (VHA) is a small but highly respected and Hollywood-admired screen writers agent representing some of the UK’s best writing talent for TV, Film and Children’s animation.

    We created new identity, communication language based around the words of their writing talent, a range of stationery which was printed using traditional letterpress methods adding a tactile feel to the words, posters, website and a series of short movies.

    Source of this article via the fantastic website that is Lovely Stationary.

  7. Moo

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    A very clever piece of stationary for the vegetarian and vegan shoe company Moo. It has been designed by the UK design company Am Graphic Design.

  8. Andy Cooke

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    Just  came across some great work by the London based designer Andy Cooke.

    Andy’s typography work is incredible simply because it ranges from calligraphy to letterpress as well as his clean identity marks.

    Before getting into graphics, I studied product design, I hated it. I failed at it. But, I graduated with first class honours this year with a degree in graphic design, and was lucky enough to secure a job before I left university. I also had work published in grafik, creative review, computer arts and design week before the point of graduation. This gave me a great advantage, and was a major reason why I got my junior designer job at London based design agency Erasmus. I’ve been working on some amazing projects since then, for clients like Powerade and Tetra Pak, Relentless and Bowel Cancer UK. I’ve been given loads of trust since starting and I’ve been the main designer on a few big projects.

  9. Cubitt

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    A very simple, yet effective, letterpress identity designed by London based design studio A2/SW/HK for Cubitt.

    Cubitt is an independent organisation controlled by its members: a community of over 30 artists dedicated to enlivening London’s cultural communities. Cubitt upholds the importance of the artist-run space, and by virtue of its diverse studio, gallery and off-site activities, continues to promote national and international developments in visual culture. These comprise exhibitions, performances, screenings, symposia, talks given by artists, critics or curators as well as educational projects.

    I love how the ‘C’ changes when applied to the stationary of the organisation.

  10. Bran

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    Such an elegant logotype for the Elmika’s Bran designed by the Russian design studio Hattomonkey. The packaging is also pretty special.

  11. ABCXYZ

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    A lovely identity for the Mexico City based consulting firm ABCXYZ designed by HyperBrand.

    “ABCXYZ is a consulting firm based real estate investment in Mexico City. The name covers the wholesearch process, selection and sale of a property. The logo is inspired by the architecture of skyscrapers. HyperBrand has been responsible for designing the identity, positioning andcommunication strategy.”

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