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.
46 Parallels is a new investment fund focused exclusively on the Sub-Saharan region of Africa and is a collaboration between the JMH Group and Green Gate Strategic Partners. The company approached international brand development agency, Moving Brands, to develop an identity – which included a logo, stationery and website solution – that would reflect this unique and diverse area of investment (that also characterises their business approach) while appearing modern and distinctive within the sector.