The International Centre for Tomographic Research is a chain of tomographic diagnostic centres located in and around Moscow, Russia. Their identity, created by Tomat Design, utilises a custom typeface and simple roundel device (executed as a window across the collaterals) to visually characterise the imaging process and the unique specialised research the company undertakes.
Partners for Mental Health is a Canadian charity that is dedicated to helping, improving and informing the general public about mental health issues through events, online communities and social media. Their new identity, designed by Toronto based Blok, resolves the themes of unity, positivity and a progressive perspective on mental illness with a simple logo-type solution and a vibrant, two-tone, spot colour gradient.
Willow is a brand of spring water sourced and bottled in the English Lake District. Following its recent acquisition by entrepreneur John Halewood and in lou of a fresh marketing push, the brand received a new packaging and brand treatment managed by Manchester based freelance designer Kirsty Mcmaster to better represent the quality, unique characteristics and origin of the water.