A head-to-pedal redesign for Richard Sachs

Curator: Jesse Ragan
date: April 16, 2015
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Product Design, Typography

House Industries found the opportunity to take on a dream project of epic proportions: redesigning the entire visual identity of master bicycle builder Richard Sachs. From a signature logo to the pinstriping on the bike tires, they have meticulously considered every detail.

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Design + Food + Events = Land & Sea Dept.

Curator: Math Times Joy
date: April 3, 2015
Categories: Architecture, Brand & Identity Design, Entertainment Design, Environmental Design
Land & Sea Dept. is a Chicago collective birthed from four creatives, of varying backgrounds, often described as a design collective, restaurant group, and event company. All projects are developed in-house blending design, architecture, art, and fun. Next time you're in Chicago, add their projects to your must visit-list!
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Colorful identity for lingerie line, SOMI

Curator: Math Times Joy
date: April 1, 2015
Categories: Brand & Identity Design

Julia Kostreva has done a great job making SOMI a fresh, expressive brand, a rarity in the lingerie category. Loving the use of color.

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"Air France, France is in the air" by BETC

Curator: Rev. Fredrik Öst IV
date: March 16, 2015
Categories: Advertising, Brand & Identity Design
BETC is not known for being an independent agency, nor for being brave and doing bold campaigns. However their new campaign for Air France has been bold and colorful, exactly the way we like it. They take a pretty stiff and corporate brand and turn it into something bold and beautiful. It's bravery we see here and it's something we always embrace.
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Hidden Details in Genius Packaging Design for Woodland Wine Merchant

Curator: Cast Iron Design
date: March 6, 2015
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Corporate Communications Design, Packaging Design, Typography
Tags: branding, stationery, wine
Woodland Wine Merchant Bottle Wraps
Vintage-inspired design has steadily grown in popularity over the last several years and is often misused and/or poorly executed. However, when done right—like the folks from Perky Bros. have done with the Woodland Wine Merchant branding—it has the potential to cause even the staunchest of modernist designers to shed a single envious tear of respect.
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