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Hotel Daniel designed by Moodley

Logo designed by Moodley for Vienna and Graz based luxury hotel Daniel

Daniel is a hotel located in the Austrian cities of Vienna and Graz with a smart, urban, luxury proposition and a history dating back to 1886. Daniel’s visual identity, designed by brand specialist Moodley, reflects the contemporary simplicity, high quality, personal service and heritage of the brand through a stamp based logo-mark, plenty of white space and subtle texture.

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The Merrywell designed by Can I Play

Logo design for The Merrywell developed by CIP

The Merrywell is a gastro pub created by ‘globe-trotting American chefs’ Grant MacPherson and Sam DeMarco located on the corner of Melbourne’s Clarendon St and Crown Riverside serving local and seasonal produce. Their visual identity, built from a monogram, logotype and a variety of well composited photographic, illustrative and typographic montages created by design studio Can I Play, has been confidently utilised throughout the pub’s interior, signage, menus, taps, flags, business cards and coasters. The result is a varied but cohesive union of identity and interior that delivers a bright, quirky and playful personality.

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Onsagers designed by Uniform

Logo designed by Uniform for intellectual property specialist Onsagers

Onsagers is an Oslo based consultancy that specialises in the protection of intellectual property through patents, trademarks, design and law. Since its establishment in 1945 Onsagers has grown, aided by merger with Defensor in 1997, to become one of Norway’s leading IPR firms. Its new identity, developed by brand and packaging design agency Uniform earlier this year, is a simple but bold combination of a mono-line weight logo-type, icons and a striking, authoritative, white, black and bright yellow colour palette.

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