We’ve been asked to do an animated logo introduction for the ExpoStories project, an international photography and storytelling workshop that will focus on the Expo 2015 in Milan.
Music by Der Pfau.
The photo agency VII is organizing a photography masterclass in Milan on the occasion of the Expo. The Masterclass will span several months covering the lead up to and the beginning of the Expo in 2015. We’ve been asked to design a logo for the masterclass that would integrate the agency’s logo and ‘Expo 2015′.
We decided to work with the agency’s corporate colors and build ‘Expo 2015′ around the VII logo, working with shapes and proportions derived from the logo itself.
The Berlin based photographer Kai Wiedenhöfer has been working at a photographic project about border and separation walls around the world since 2006. This summer he wants to exhibit his work with large format prints mounted on the Berlin Wall.
We’ve designed the logo and the website for the exhibition, which is currently in the funding phase through Kickstarter, so head over there and support the project!
we designed the logo for an upcoming electronic music act: der pfau (which means ‘the peacock’ in german).
we also designed the colorful website.
A few weeks ago we got asked to design the identity of a new Italian wine import business here in Berlin. So, fueled by (just a few) glasses of delicious wines from Italy we came up with an idea, stemming directly from the simple yet perfect name of the company: Vino a Berlino (wine in Berlin). Here’s the front of the business card:
The guys at Sapori e Sapere (for whom we designed a set of icons a while ago) put together their selection of food and delicatessen products and needed an identity to brand the products for shipping and for the displays in the shop.
We designed a set of cap seals and labels with a one-size-fits-all approach. Our concept was to use the smallest possible size (to fit the diminutive hot pesto jar), and design it in a way that would look good on a big bottle of tomato sauce. We wanted to leave as much surface free of paper, to make the beautiful textures of the food shine through the glass.
Barbara is a writer but she didn’t know what to write on her business cards. Apparently writers cannot write “writer” on their cards, so we thought maybe they could quote their own writings… simple, isn’t it?
These are some of the 47 designs we came up with:
(the actual cards are smaller than what you see on your screen)
The people at Sapori e Sapere needed a set of icons to represent the different sections of their online catalogue of food delicacies, here’s what we came up with:
* we are Italians after all
Julia decided to give a public face to her handcrafting talents and asked us to create her identity and website.
We worked on the logo first and created a shape that we then declined for her many activities:
we also designed assorted cards and stationery:
and the website: