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Falcon designed by Nine

Packaging design by Nine for Swedish pilsner Falcon

Falcon is a Swedish pilsner owned and distributed by Danish brewing company Carlsberg with a family heritage dating back to 1896. As part of an increased marketing spend and a new campaign, directed by DDB, Stockholm based design agency Nine was tasked with repackaging the Falcon brand to reinforce its traditional and premium proposition with a German pilsner inspired aesthetic.

I wrote about this re-brand last week and since then it seems the project has moved towards a far more premium aesthetic dropping some of the more traditional illustrated elements in favour of a conventional beer brand approach; drops of water, wheat, hops and coins etc. (still looks great). Read the original article here.

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Voimaosakeyhtiö SF designed by Werklig

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Voimaosakeyhtiö SF is the parent company to over 69 different manufacturing businesses in Finland and majority shareholder in the power company Fennovoima, a company that delivers energy to each of these businesses through a share-holder based co-operative scheme. Voimaosakeyhtiö SF’s new visual identity, stationary, website and brand guidelines, developed by Helsinki based design agency Werklig, resolve the cool Finnish environment, the theme of energy and reductionist sensibilities through sans-serif typography, an lightening bolt visual device and icy colour palette.

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ALA Architects designed by Kokoro & Moi

ALA Architecture branding designed by Kokoro & Moi

ALA is an architectural firm based in Helsinki, Finland that aims to conceive and create structures with surprising engineering solutions utilised for residential housing, high-rise properties, centres of culture and underground stations. ALA commissioned international and design consultancy Kokoro & Moi to create their new identity and resolve the company’s solid cross disciplinary experience and creative approach.

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