Fabricka is a millennial-focused real estate project, consisting of a hotel, co-working spaces and apartments. Based in the creative heart of Xabregas, a district in Lisbon, Love St. Studio took the inspiration from this area and incorporated it into the visual identity. The studio chose Beatrice by Sharp Type as the brand’s supporting typeface. With thick lines and curved edges, it reflects the contrasts of the industrial precision of the building and its charming interior with vintage decoration and comfy atmosphere. The color palette reminds of the industrial materials of the area.
The Gaid University is a free educational platform initiated by the Yegor Gaidar Foundation, with the mission to make high-quality information in the sphere of economics and social sciences available for people from all over Russia. New York-based design studio Electric Red created a visual identity that takes up this intention and combines it with a future-focused aesthetic. Electric Red incorporated a dynamic set of shapes, which pay homage to the tables, diagrams and graphics found in the economic setting. With a simple and perfectly matching color palette with thin white lines and black background, the studio calls up memories of chalk drawings on blackboards. Spot-on.
Fagbokforlaget, a Norwegian publisher invited Oslo-based Scandinavian Design Group to redesign the visual identity of Yrkesfag (Vocational education). With the intention to gather all material under a unified visual identity—combined with the concept of modularity—SDG has created a flexible, scalable and instantly recognizable identity system that follows the principles of Universal Design. Furthermore, the editorial design is developed for people with reading and writing disabilities. The results are striking and functional books and digital solutions.
The Canberra-based law firm Hazelbrook Legal invited A Friend Of Mine to renew their brand. The design studio created an immersive online experience with engaging interactions and movement across the page. With the full stop ball motif used in the brandmark, marque and art direction, AFOM visualises the journey clients are taking with Hazelbrook Legal. The 3D animations show this narrative by depicting a ball traversing contours, avoiding obstacles and arriving safely after navigating through challenging terrain. The clean and simple color palette perfectly complements this sophisticated brand.
After more than two decades the franchise chain Burger King decided to perform a global rebranding. With a mission to make the brand feel less synthetic and artificial but more real, crave-able and tasty, the design agency John Knowles Ritchie, based in London, New York and Shanghai, has created a timeless new visual identity paying homage to its original roots. The agency took the logo “when it looked its best” modernised it and made it digital-friendly. By using a bespoke typeface called Flame Sans, designed by Colophon Foundry, and the colors being inspired by the fresh food and Burger King’s trademark flame-grilling process, JKR created “a design that’s confident, simple and fun.”