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.
Cure is a Californian based handcrafted body care company that formulates products to alleviate daily stresses and donates 20% of all purchases to global charities. The company’s branding and packaging was managed by multidisciplinary design studio Dowling Duncan, now Mucho, and based around a simple logo-type solution and a clean, bright typographical labeling system.
The Tailoring Club is a new American styled clothing brand that will be sold through Brothers stores across Finland and Sweden. The Tailoring Club commissioned London-based creative agency Saturday to develop a new brand identity—which included a new logo, logotype and print—that would characterise both their traditional, handcrafted approach and individual character.