The Helsinki Food Company provides design and production services – including consultation, styling, photography and recipe development – to regional broadcast, print and event sectors. Created by visual communications agency Werklig, their visual identity – an economical single colour print treatment of a logo-type constructed from a single consistent line weight and culinary-related letter-forms across a variety of tactile and dyed craft substrates – sets a playful and contemporary tone with an underlying sense of local industry.
The Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux (Fins Cultureel Instituut, Institut Culturel Finlandais) is a non-profit organisation that promotes Finnish arts and culture to the Benelux countries of the Netherlands, France and Belgium, with the intention of fostering collaborative opportunities for artists and organisations within the fields of music, literature, design, cinema and the performing and visual arts. The institute’s visual identity, designed by creative agency Kokoro & Moi, juxtaposes the horizontal, modernist formality and contemporary professionalism of a broadly spaced, uppercase and geometric sans serif execution of one language with the slanted, stamp and craft-like treatment of another.
Olvi is Finnish independent brewery that produces a broad range of beers, waters, juices, and soft drinks. Their latest range of dry, light and sweet ciders, branded and packaged by Helsinki based design studio Bond, working in collaboration with Stina Persson, were developed to have ‘a strong shelf impact with natural and pure design which stands out from competitors green bottles’.
The Helsinki Arts Initiative is a recently established organisation that consults on and produces collaborative, cultural, art based projects throughout Europe and Asia. The initiative’s identity, created by Johanna Lundberg and Elin Svensson of independent design agency Åh, visualises a diverse remit and global reach with a logo-type built from wide characters and broad tracking.