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Savvy Studio    |     http://savvy-studio.net

"Shaun Ford is a bespoke furniture design firm based in Canada. The identity looks towards solving two situations: firstly, just like Shaun Ford’s furniture, a timeless branding was developed so that it remains relevant with the passing of time, steering clear of ephemeral design trends. Secondly, the identity is complemented with details and applications that provide movement and dynamism, obtaining a key balance between what’s reliable and secure with what’s inspiring and attractive."

Savvy Studio is a multi-disciplinary studio dedicated to developing brand experiences that generate emotional links between the clients and their audience. Their team is composed by specialists in the areas of marketing, communication, graphic design, industrial design, creative copywriting and architecture.They also collaborate with talented artists and designers from around the world, a process that allows them to offer creative and innovative solutions with a global competitive edge.

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5 Sep

La Tortillería    |    http://latortilleria.com

"Located in Ourense, Spain, this place is anything but typical, it is a refreshing alternative for local walkers used to the traditional bar or restaurant. The architect Ruben D. Gil and his wife Gretta R. Valdés decided to spice up the rainy Galician city with an unusual spot to enjoy international cuisine and drinks in an atmosphere of light wood ceilings, adobe walls, dim lighting and steel furniture. The agency worked on the design of its visual identity, stationery materials, packaging for branded products, to go packaging, coasters, menus and tote bags. A custom made bottle of water on each table will welcome its guests in October 2014."

Originally founded in an old tortilla factory building, La Tortillería is a creative company with a passion for images and words with the exceptional ability of turning them into an exquisite reflection of an idea. We create, brand, design, publish and advertise blending creativity and functionality to grant each project a unique personality. We are creative problem solvers who begin with the end in mind either from scratch or from an outlined plan and make things happen come hell or high water.

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3 Sep

Anagrama    |    http://anagrama.com

"The logotype was inspired, mainly on traditions and rites performed in Mexico in the days before the Spanish Conquest. The names for some products such as the wine, mezcal and sauces were based on the same idea. The restaurant brand employs icons based on prehispanic tools used in the rites from that era. The color palette in Prehispánica is dark, representing the toughness of the era. At the same time, a silver foil is used on the logo printing a modern twist on the brand and its collateral.”

Anagrama is an international branding, architecture and software development firm with offices in Monterrey and Mexico City. Their clients include companies from varied industries in countries all around the world. They create the perfect balance between a design boutique and a business consultancy, from focusing on the development of creative pieces with the upmost attention to details, to providing perfect solutions based on the analysis of tangible data. 

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2 Sep

 JP GRAZIANO Concept by Jen Serafini and Jack Muldowney

Jen and Jack wanted to collaborate on a branding project together, so they decided to rebrand their favorite sandwich shop, JP Graziano, as a concept design.

JP Graziano is one of the oldest and most recognized sandwich shops and Italian grocer here in the West Loop of Chicago. They pride themselves on a rich history and generations of a family owned business, which is something Jen and Jack wanted to focus on and celebrate in their new concept. The colors lend themselves to a more traditional Italian look, while the clean and simple typography balances out the style by bringing in some more modern touches. They had a ton of fun building this brand out, from postcards to stickers and sandwich wrappers. 

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24 Jul