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.
Our friends Sara and Ale from photography / design studio papermoustache both have a passion for long distance running. How long? Exactly 42 kilometers and 195 meters: after years of preparation, they just completed their first marathon in Loch Ness (of all places).
To show our support in the days leading to the race, we decided to design a logo for their participation to the race.
Unable to attend the race itself in Scotland, the next best thing for us was to show up at the Berlin Marathon (which happened roughly at the same time… but conveniently just around the corner from us), and synchronicitically cheer our friends with our handmade little flag:
The red arrow is pointing Wilson Kipsang, who won the Berlin marathon with a new world record (2h 03′ 23″), confirming Berlin’s fame as the quickest marathon in the world. Maybe Sara and Ale should come here next year to lower their personal best.
After all: what’s the point in running a graphic design studio if you can’t have fun with friends?
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:
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:
logo design for stephen dupont‘s publishing and production company
Our friend Matt asked us to design the logo for ‘Reclaim this City’, a Toronto based initiative focused on creating cultural events in urban spaces.
We helped our friend Nicola Mazzuia with the design of a metal box portfolio to show his work 1:1 nonumenti + we designed posters and invitations for the exhibition.
metal box portfolio: