Inspired by ‘cartoonish film titles from the 1980’s’, design agency RoAndCo recently developed the brand identity for Dallas coffee shop Weekend, an extension of their retail store “which has become a relaxing everyday haunt for vacationers”. Based around a tightly spaced Cooper Black logotype, a “minimal and refined typographic system” and a striking but restrained red and white colour palette, Ro&Co created a solution that they say conveys “the bright, bold and cheerful spirit of the brand.”
Holzweiler is a Oslo based, family run, contemporary fashion distributor that supplies stores right across Scandinavia. Their new brand identity, developed by Bielke&Yang and which includes two logotypes, stationery and a responsive website developed by Dekode, utilises typographical contrast, good quality materials and subtle print finish to resolve the high qualities expected of high fashion garments and the efficiency required of distribution services.
Club is an exclusive private members area hidden from the public within London’s South Place Hotel. Its visual identity, developed by This Is Colt and designed to establish a connection with the parent brand but with “a personality of its own”, is built around a logotype constructed from the same contemporary, condensed sans-serif characters of the hotel’s identity but is paired with a morse code underline detail and executed as a holographic foil print treatment across a variety of coloured papers.