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fivethousand fingers   |   http://fivethousandfingers.net

"Tangent Café is a neighborhood restaurant and bar located on Vancouver’s eclectic Commercial Drive. Fivethousand Fingers worked closely with the owners to develop the new café’s brand—a visual identity representative of the comfortable social atmosphere they aim to achieve. The deliverables included print collateral and menu design and production, indoor and outdoor signage, interior decoration, and artistic direction over all aspects of the space."

Fivethousand Fingers is a boutique creative studio delivering beautiful and honest visual narrative. The concepts we craft develop out of sincere care for the stories with which we work and an ambition towards the finest of execution. 

The most valuable returns on our labour are the relationships which emerge from tackling real challenges with real people. We’re not interested in bigger, we are here to support better.

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26 Jan

Mucho   |   http://wearemucho.com

"The hexagon is ubiquitous in Barcelonese architecture and represents the city and networking. Innovation and connection are symbolized in the colors and how the hexagon is represented. The club’s building is the heart of the organization; we integrated the company’s symbols and values into its walls to keep them ever present in a subtle and elegant way. The solution was to incorporate them as volume in the walls. To convey the value of internationalization, we created a volumetric map, including Plexiglas hexagons, to mark the home cities of the members in attendance at the meeting."

Mucho is a visual communications and graphic design studio. We offer creative strategy and design for a variety of clients worldwide — from small businesses and start-ups to multinational corporations. They all benefit from our vast experience and creative capabilities encompassing brand identity, art direction, graphic communications, editorial design, packaging, signage, websites, apps, motion graphics and more.

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22 Jan

FullFill   |   http://fullfillisme.com

"Koultoura is the pioneer of modern stand alone coffee shops in West Jakarta, and seeks to capture the market for good coffee as well as the casual coffee drinkers, mostly residents of the nearby area. We were tasked to deliver a comprehensive branding suit that will capture a wide range of market, define its presence and personality as place to go for good coffee, and a hip hangout place."

We refuse to be called a company because we are a workgroup, a bunch of creative minds and souls of varying backgrounds fused together to create the right perception and image for you. This approach allows us to think outside the box (or circle, triangle, heptagon, whatever…), hence, our outputs are bold, different, and fun. Everyone likes fun, right? 

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19 Jan

The Tiny Project   |   http://tiny-project.com

The Tiny Project is Alex Lisefski's attempt to live a simpler, more conscious, debt-free life, and in doing so helping to set and example and educate the community about alternative, affordable, more sustainable ways of living.

The tiny house movement is rapidly gaining popularity in the US and elsewhere around the world. Though no two tiny homes are identical, they share many core principles, and of course, they are all quite tiny! Though a tiny house can be built on a foundation, many people choose to build on a flatbed trailer, in order to make the house mobile, and to avoid minimum square footage requirements that most municipalities have in place for permanent structures.

Building on a trailer means the house is considered more like an RV, and does not need to adhere to the same permits, codes, and rules associated with building a normal home. The trick with trying to live full-time in a pseudo-RV is where to park it. 

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15 Jan