Elvine is Swedish fashion brand, known for their combination of “good design and smart functionality”, with over 700 retailers throughout Europe. In response to quick expansion and a move from ‘personal affair to hugely popular jacket maker’, Elvine commissioned design studio Lundgren+Lindqvist to develop a new brand identity that would better reflect a philosophy and product line created to address the functional needs of the urban citizen.
“Delfina Foundation is an independent, non-profit foundation dedicated to facilitating artistic exchange and developing creative practice through residencies, partnerships and public programming, with a special focus on international collaborations with the greater Middle East & North Africa”. The foundation’s visual identity, developed by London-based design agency Spin, mixes a bold typographic solution and underline detail, a modern take on a classic monogram, large images with wide borders and a pastel, black and white colour palette – delivering utility and functionality to contemporary arts and crafts.
Paul Loebach is a Brooklyn based three dimensional designer who specialises in product, furniture and emerging manufacturing technologies. His new identity, developed by Studio Lin, is a wonderful union of craft, structure, space and geometry that neatly reflects his use of both traditional materials and contemporary processes.