Posted: August 27, 2014 Filed under: Architecture and The Built Environment, Logo Reviews, Property | Tags: Architecture Logos, Brand Identity, Brand Identity Reviews, Branding, Branding Blog, Branding News, Brochure Design, Campaign Design, Catalogue Design, Colour in Use: Blue, Coloured Paper, Design For Print, Design News, Design Opinion, Design Reviews, Designed by Studio Hi Ho, From Australia, Graphic Design, Logo Design & Branding Blog, Logo Design Inspiration, Logo Opinion, Logotypes, Material Thinking, Pastel Coloured Papers, Property Development Logos, Sans-serif Logotypes, Script Logotypes, The Best Architecture Logos, The Best Brand Identities of 2014, The Best Logo Designs of 2014, Typography, Unbleached Materials
Nine Smith Street is the latest residential property project from Neometro, a company that describes itself as having a reputation as Melbourne’s most design-focused development group and recognised as one of the first holistic design and construction businesses in Australia. Neometro are dedicated to creating architectural buildings that are beautiful, functional and timeless, and have a sense of place and belonging. Neometro’s brand identity and that of its Fitzroy property Nine Smith Street, designed by Studio Hi Ho, effectively uses colour, type and substrate contrast to establish a solid foundation from which to communicate a variety of future property projects. It also reflects a design aesthetic rooted in a modernist heritage and the company’s commitment to new textures, finishes and materials.
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Posted: August 22, 2014 Filed under: Fonts in Use, Food and Drink, Logo Reviews, Packaging Reviews | Tags: Back of Pack Design, Best Packaging Designs, Branding Blog, Branding Reviews, British Design, Creative Packaging, Design For Print, Designers Anonymous, Fonts in Use: Brandon, Fonts in Use: Gin, Food Logos and Packaging Design, Food Packaging, Handcraft, Illustration, Logo Design Inspiration, Monogram Design, Packaging Company, Packaging Design, Packaging Design Blog, Packaging News, Packaging Opinion, Serif Logotypes, Snack Packaging Design, The Best Custom Logotypes, The Best Logo Designs of 2014, The Best Packaging of 2014, Unbleached Materials, Uncoated Papers & Cards
Carpe Nux is a premium, sweet and savoury, fusion flavour nut brand inspired by global cuisine, hand-roasted in batches in the UK and created to invigorate what was perceived to be a flagging market. Flavours include Fiery Macadamias, Rum-Spiced Pecans, Zesty Cashews and Soy-Glazed Walnuts. London based Designers Anonymous were recently commissioned by Carpe Nux to help them communicate, through a new brand identity and packaging treatment, their international search for the perfect nut and the parallels they draw between their range’s flavour profiles, and historical figures whose legacy and stories expanded across borders yet remain relevant today.
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