Finísima is the latest ale to emerge from the independent Mexican beer brewing category and is described as being for both those unaccustomed with the world of artisanal beer and the connoisseur.
The ale’s packaging treatment, created by Mexican design studio Savvy, reflects its artisanal origin “without sacrificing the reach and reception of more commercial brands” by combining familiar craft aesthetics with those of an established premium nature.
MHM Architect is the studio of independent Canadian architect Maxine H. Marcovitch who, working with a team of professionals, trade and closely with clients, creates “beautiful, innovative, and unconventional architectural spaces.” The studio’s new brand identity, developed by 26 Lettres and which included a logotype, blind embossed business cards, portfolio with open stitch detail and website, delivers a familiar but appropriate resolution of architectural cues.
Opinion by Richard Baird.
Cerovski is a young Croatian print production studio that revels in the challenge of “nebulous finishing, microscopic editions, absurd materials and crazy deadlines”. Bunch worked with Cerovski to develop a new brand identity for the studio—which included a custom logotype and typeface, website, and a variety of printed collateral—that delivers a distinctive contrast of utility and creative flourish, technology and individualised service through custom typography, a number of material choices, spot colours and print finishes, and a personalised but digitally generated daily planner.