Posted: February 12, 2018 Filed under: Architecture and The Built Environment, Fonts in Use, Interior Design, Logo Reviews | Tags: Brand Identity, Brand Identity Reviews, Branding, Branding & Packaging of 2018, Branding Agency, Branding Blog, Branding Reviews, Canadian Design, Coloured Paper, Copper Block Foil, Design Blog, Design News, Design Opinion, Design Reviews, Designed by Two Times Elliott, Designed in London, Fonts In Use: Beausite, Fonts in Use: Theinhardt, From the United Kingdom, Graphic Design, Graphic Design Blog, Logo Design & Branding Blog, Logo Design Inspiration, Logo Design Resource, Logo Designs, Logo Opinion, Logos, Mixed Fibre Materials, New Logo, Paper Marquetry Business Cards, Poster Design, Serif Logotypes, The Best Business Cards of 2018, The Best Graphic Design Work of 2018, The Best Logo Designs of 2018, The Very Best Brand Identities of 2018, Typography
Opinion by Richard Baird
Tale London creates photorealistic renderings for both interior design and architectural clients across a diverse range of projects, from the traditional and rich to the modern and simple. Their sensitivity to both exterior structure and interior materiality, as well as associated considerations and a stylistic breadth is expressed by Tale London’s visual identity, designed by Two Times Elliott, in the graphic and the material, the way the two intersect and a system that affords Tale London a visual variety across different channels of communication.
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Posted: November 23, 2017 Filed under: Food and Drink, Packaging Reviews | Tags: American Design, Best Packaging Designs, Blind Emboss, Brand Identity Reviews, Branding & Packaging of 2017, Branding Blog, Branding Reviews, Coffee Logos and Packaging Design, Copper Block Foil, Copy Opinion by Seth Rowden, Creative Packaging, Design Blog, Design For Print, Design Opinion, Design Reviews, Designed by Manual, G.F Smith Papers & Boards, Graphic Design, Graphic Design Blog, Logo Design & Branding Blog, Luxury Logos and Packaging Design, Minimal Design, Minimal Package Design, Packaging Company, Packaging Design, Packaging Design Blog, Packaging Design Resource, Packaging News, Packaging Shortlist 2017, The Very Best of 2017, The Very Best of BP&O, The Very Best Packaging of 2017, Typography
Opinion by Richard Baird.
Port of Mokha is a coffee, sourced from Yemen, that is said to be the rarest, most expensive and best tasting in the world. As a brand it is critically acclaimed, winning awards and receiving the highest ratings in blind cuppings, and mindful, helping to support local communities.
Port of Mokha’s story begins with the return and daring escape of Yemeni founder and San Francisco-based Mokhtar Alkhanshali from war-torn Yemen on a fishing boat with coffee samples which made international news in 2015. This story forms part of Port of Mokha’s unique mythology and visual identity, alongside geographical allusions and material value across the limited edition Yemen Trilogy Box Set which was created by American design studio Manual.
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