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Vitalkost Shift designed by Ghost

Packaging design by Ghost for supplement Vitalkost Shift

Shift is a Norwegian brand of high quality supplements from Vitalkost that aims to alter category convention and perception with a clearer and more open presentation of information and encourage a more critical consumer approach to supplement choice. Based around the concept of shifting perspectives, design agency Ghost developed an identity and packaging solution that delivers a new and unusual pharmacological / technological utility alongside more retrospective undertones to convey traditional values, contemporary quality and information accessibility.

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Egeran designed by Project Projects

Logo design by Project Projects for conceptual art gallery Egeran

“Owned by art dealer Suzanne Egeran and based in Istanbul, Egeran Galeri represents a mix of emerging and established artists, both Turkish and international, within a program rooted in traditions of conceptual art. Located on the coast of the Bosphorus strait and designed by Sanal Architecture, the gallery carries distinctive architectural characteristics, with diagonal walls that disrupt the space from a conventional geometry.”

“Taking these defining traits as a foundation for the Egeran identity system, Project Projects designed a wordmark which is itself comprised of modernist grotesque letterforms, each broken into delicate fragments by elegantly intersecting diagonals. Applied on front door signage, a stencil version based upon these custom typographic elements translates the graphic identity back to a physical, visceral dimension.” – Project Projects

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The Town Mouse by A Friend Of Mine

Logo, menu and business card design by A Friend Of Mine for The Town Mouse

The Town Mouse is a new Melbourne-based bar and restaurant owned by Christian McCabe and located in the space formerly occupied by the Embrasse Restaurant. Developed by A Friend Of Mine, the bar’s new brand identity delivers impact through the ‘big city’ and slightly retrospective dimensionality of tall, slim, skyscraper-like, uppercase characters of the logo-type set within and alongside the grids of the collateral. A local crafted quality through the shared, brushed surface relationship between digital artwork and the physicality of gold painted window signage. And a daytime night-time duality – perhaps a reference to the bar/restaurant proposition – of a black and cream colour palette, enhanced by the really neat use of photo-luminescent ink across their business cards.

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