1882 is the brand identity of designer Emily Johnson who creates contemporary bone china products using traditional techniques practised by her family since 1882. The logo, created by internationally renowned studio Pentagram, lead by partner Domenic Lippa, unifies the themes of heritage and tradition and juxtaposes it with a modern and minimal typographical solution.
The green leaf represents over 29,000 acres of New York park land, properties, and attractions which include Coney Island Beach, Flushing Meadows and Central Park. Managed by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation the spaces and facilities are visited by millions of New Yorkers and tourists throughout the year. This month will see the launch of a new identity system that was developed by Pentagram and led by Paula Scher that includes refinements to the logo-mark, a new typographical treatment and revisions to its application across a wide variety of touch points.