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New Google Logo Turned into Functional Search Bar

New Google Logo Turned into Functional Search Bar

Based in Los Angeles, Dana Kim has re-imagined the Google logo into a functional search bar. Simply and effectively, the two “o” are combined and extended in order to create the bar where just type words for search. She also developed the logo on different supports so as to propose a complete visual branding.  
Nutella Jar Revisited with Eye-Catching Illustrations

Nutella Jar Revisited with Eye-Catching Illustrations

The Nairone Parisian artist, well known for his detailed and colored compositions was commissioned by the Nutella to style the famous spread jar. Titled “L’Atelier”, is developed into three typographic illustrations made by Nairone and then applied on the jar.  
A Redesign of Kelloggs Special K Package

A Redesign of Kelloggs Special K Package

The graphic designer Mun Jane Joo, based in California, recently recreate the packaging of Kellogg’s cereal – “Special K” in a very creative redesign, aesthetic and mature. She has given the packaging a cylindrical shape with measurements plotted at the same box, away from the idea that one is a traditional cereal box.  
Flow Campaign by Studio Hands

Flow Campaign by Studio Hands

Studio Hands has created the visual identity of Flow music label in order to communicate their several festival stage hostings in 2014 and 2015. A very graphic campaign composed by a triangular logo and slow motion colored ink spreading in water. Find out more in the making-of.    
Unique Floral Fragrance for Candles

Unique Floral Fragrance for Candles

L’Atelier des Martyrs recently launched a project on Kickstarter. With a delicate visual branding, they wanted to design candles with original floral scents and a Japanese style inspired by wasi-sabi for illustrations of packaging and their scented notebooks.   Making-of.
Paper Artworks by Shotopop

Paper Artworks by Shotopop

Shotopop is a design studio based in London, many paper sculpture projects in relief and imagination around a logo or a brand typography.  
Sushi & Co Visual Identity

Sushi & Co Visual Identity

Located on a Baltic Sea cruise ship, Sushi & Co. is a Japanese restaurant that needed a new identity. Finnish designers at Bond took care of the visual identity of the restaurant, by imagining a fish-shaped logo and the ampersand hook in their name, as well as menus, trays with colors and patterns ocean.  
Japanese Restaurant Branding

Japanese Restaurant Branding

German studio based in Stuttgart, ADDA, achieved complete visual identity of the Japanese restaurant MIKÔTO. The entire branding, web design to decoration of the establishment, has been standardized through colors like purple, beige and gray, all in a style that is sleek and sophisticated.  
Sonos Branding by Bruce Mau Design

Sonos Branding by Bruce Mau Design

Bruce Mau Design firm has worked with the Sonos company to reshape the visual identity of the brand. The new logo as a subwoofer vibrates when scrolling a web page . For the record, the illusion is nothing more than a happy accident. This was not intentional, as chance would have it.  
Vivid Colors Identity for Bakery Amado

Vivid Colors Identity for Bakery Amado

“Amado” by Hyatt is a Mexican bakery, also offering regional and typical sweets which are distinguished by their bright colors and textures. The Anagrama studio, which we have already spoken, took care of their packaging and branding based on the modern style of the architect Luis Barragán, the classical-romantic poet Amado Nervo and the vivid...