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French photographer Jonathan Moyal’s spectacular shots of his travels on a road trip through Canada. Capturing dramatic shots of towering mountains ranges, half-frozen lakes, winding roads, and star-studded night skies.
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Travels
French photographer Jonathan Moyal’s spectacular shots of his travels on a road trip through Canada. Capturing dramatic shots of towering mountains ranges, half-frozen lakes, winding roads, and star-studded night skies.
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Travels
French photographer Jonathan Moyal’s spectacular shots of his travels on a road trip through Canada. Capturing dramatic shots of towering mountains ranges, half-frozen lakes, winding roads, and star-studded night skies.
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Travels
French photographer Jonathan Moyal’s spectacular shots of his travels on a road trip through Canada. Capturing dramatic shots of towering mountains ranges, half-frozen lakes, winding roads, and star-studded night skies.
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Travels
French photographer Jonathan Moyal’s spectacular shots of his travels on a road trip through Canada. Capturing dramatic shots of towering mountains ranges, half-frozen lakes, winding roads, and star-studded night skies.
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Travels
French photographer Jonathan Moyal’s spectacular shots of his travels on a road trip through Canada. Capturing dramatic shots of towering mountains ranges, half-frozen lakes, winding roads, and star-studded night skies.
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Travels
French photographer Jonathan Moyal’s spectacular shots of his travels on a road trip through Canada. Capturing dramatic shots of towering mountains ranges, half-frozen lakes, winding roads, and star-studded night skies.
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Travels
French photographer Jonathan Moyal’s spectacular shots of his travels on a road trip through Canada. Capturing dramatic shots of towering mountains ranges, half-frozen lakes, winding roads, and star-studded night skies.

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French photographer Jonathan Moyal’s spectacular shots of his travels on a road trip through Canada. Capturing dramatic shots of towering mountains ranges, half-frozen lakes, winding roads, and star-studded night skies.

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Mexout by Bravo Company
Mexout is a fresh-mex eatery in Singapore. We imagine Mexout to be a young eccentric Mexican food expert, or “Mex’pert” as we’ve coined it, who is living in his parents’ basement. The shop’s interior is therefore styled as such. As with most eccentric experts, he keeps a wall-of-clues with a Mexican map and pins of locations to track down the freshest ingredients and their suppliers. Being anti-establishment, Mexout doesn’t adopt the proper brand logo. Every time you see the name it appears differently. We’ve came up with about 20 hand-drawn logos for them to use in rotation. For the rest of their collaterals, everything is handwritten or hand-drawn. No computer was used for the creation of the graphics.
1620studio:

Mexout by Bravo Company
Mexout is a fresh-mex eatery in Singapore. We imagine Mexout to be a young eccentric Mexican food expert, or “Mex’pert” as we’ve coined it, who is living in his parents’ basement. The shop’s interior is therefore styled as such. As with most eccentric experts, he keeps a wall-of-clues with a Mexican map and pins of locations to track down the freshest ingredients and their suppliers. Being anti-establishment, Mexout doesn’t adopt the proper brand logo. Every time you see the name it appears differently. We’ve came up with about 20 hand-drawn logos for them to use in rotation. For the rest of their collaterals, everything is handwritten or hand-drawn. No computer was used for the creation of the graphics.
1620studio:

Mexout by Bravo Company
Mexout is a fresh-mex eatery in Singapore. We imagine Mexout to be a young eccentric Mexican food expert, or “Mex’pert” as we’ve coined it, who is living in his parents’ basement. The shop’s interior is therefore styled as such. As with most eccentric experts, he keeps a wall-of-clues with a Mexican map and pins of locations to track down the freshest ingredients and their suppliers. Being anti-establishment, Mexout doesn’t adopt the proper brand logo. Every time you see the name it appears differently. We’ve came up with about 20 hand-drawn logos for them to use in rotation. For the rest of their collaterals, everything is handwritten or hand-drawn. No computer was used for the creation of the graphics.
1620studio:

Mexout by Bravo Company
Mexout is a fresh-mex eatery in Singapore. We imagine Mexout to be a young eccentric Mexican food expert, or “Mex’pert” as we’ve coined it, who is living in his parents’ basement. The shop’s interior is therefore styled as such. As with most eccentric experts, he keeps a wall-of-clues with a Mexican map and pins of locations to track down the freshest ingredients and their suppliers. Being anti-establishment, Mexout doesn’t adopt the proper brand logo. Every time you see the name it appears differently. We’ve came up with about 20 hand-drawn logos for them to use in rotation. For the rest of their collaterals, everything is handwritten or hand-drawn. No computer was used for the creation of the graphics.
1620studio:

Mexout by Bravo Company
Mexout is a fresh-mex eatery in Singapore. We imagine Mexout to be a young eccentric Mexican food expert, or “Mex’pert” as we’ve coined it, who is living in his parents’ basement. The shop’s interior is therefore styled as such. As with most eccentric experts, he keeps a wall-of-clues with a Mexican map and pins of locations to track down the freshest ingredients and their suppliers. Being anti-establishment, Mexout doesn’t adopt the proper brand logo. Every time you see the name it appears differently. We’ve came up with about 20 hand-drawn logos for them to use in rotation. For the rest of their collaterals, everything is handwritten or hand-drawn. No computer was used for the creation of the graphics.
1620studio:

Mexout by Bravo Company
Mexout is a fresh-mex eatery in Singapore. We imagine Mexout to be a young eccentric Mexican food expert, or “Mex’pert” as we’ve coined it, who is living in his parents’ basement. The shop’s interior is therefore styled as such. As with most eccentric experts, he keeps a wall-of-clues with a Mexican map and pins of locations to track down the freshest ingredients and their suppliers. Being anti-establishment, Mexout doesn’t adopt the proper brand logo. Every time you see the name it appears differently. We’ve came up with about 20 hand-drawn logos for them to use in rotation. For the rest of their collaterals, everything is handwritten or hand-drawn. No computer was used for the creation of the graphics.
1620studio:

Mexout by Bravo Company
Mexout is a fresh-mex eatery in Singapore. We imagine Mexout to be a young eccentric Mexican food expert, or “Mex’pert” as we’ve coined it, who is living in his parents’ basement. The shop’s interior is therefore styled as such. As with most eccentric experts, he keeps a wall-of-clues with a Mexican map and pins of locations to track down the freshest ingredients and their suppliers. Being anti-establishment, Mexout doesn’t adopt the proper brand logo. Every time you see the name it appears differently. We’ve came up with about 20 hand-drawn logos for them to use in rotation. For the rest of their collaterals, everything is handwritten or hand-drawn. No computer was used for the creation of the graphics.
1620studio:

Mexout by Bravo Company
Mexout is a fresh-mex eatery in Singapore. We imagine Mexout to be a young eccentric Mexican food expert, or “Mex’pert” as we’ve coined it, who is living in his parents’ basement. The shop’s interior is therefore styled as such. As with most eccentric experts, he keeps a wall-of-clues with a Mexican map and pins of locations to track down the freshest ingredients and their suppliers. Being anti-establishment, Mexout doesn’t adopt the proper brand logo. Every time you see the name it appears differently. We’ve came up with about 20 hand-drawn logos for them to use in rotation. For the rest of their collaterals, everything is handwritten or hand-drawn. No computer was used for the creation of the graphics.
1620studio:

Mexout by Bravo Company
Mexout is a fresh-mex eatery in Singapore. We imagine Mexout to be a young eccentric Mexican food expert, or “Mex’pert” as we’ve coined it, who is living in his parents’ basement. The shop’s interior is therefore styled as such. As with most eccentric experts, he keeps a wall-of-clues with a Mexican map and pins of locations to track down the freshest ingredients and their suppliers. Being anti-establishment, Mexout doesn’t adopt the proper brand logo. Every time you see the name it appears differently. We’ve came up with about 20 hand-drawn logos for them to use in rotation. For the rest of their collaterals, everything is handwritten or hand-drawn. No computer was used for the creation of the graphics.
1620studio:

Mexout by Bravo Company
Mexout is a fresh-mex eatery in Singapore. We imagine Mexout to be a young eccentric Mexican food expert, or “Mex’pert” as we’ve coined it, who is living in his parents’ basement. The shop’s interior is therefore styled as such. As with most eccentric experts, he keeps a wall-of-clues with a Mexican map and pins of locations to track down the freshest ingredients and their suppliers. Being anti-establishment, Mexout doesn’t adopt the proper brand logo. Every time you see the name it appears differently. We’ve came up with about 20 hand-drawn logos for them to use in rotation. For the rest of their collaterals, everything is handwritten or hand-drawn. No computer was used for the creation of the graphics.

1620studio:

Mexout by Bravo Company

Mexout is a fresh-mex eatery in Singapore. We imagine Mexout to be a young eccentric Mexican food expert, or “Mex’pert” as we’ve coined it, who is living in his parents’ basement. The shop’s interior is therefore styled as such. As with most eccentric experts, he keeps a wall-of-clues with a Mexican map and pins of locations to track down the freshest ingredients and their suppliers. 

Being anti-establishment, Mexout doesn’t adopt the proper brand logo. Every time you see the name it appears differently. We’ve came up with about 20 hand-drawn logos for them to use in rotation. For the rest of their collaterals, everything is handwritten or hand-drawn. No computer was used for the creation of the graphics.

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Ernest Zacharevic (Lithuania/Malaysia)
Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic turns the corners of towns into a brilliant series of interactive murals. He first creates a setting mixing paint and real objects in an ordinary alley, then invites people to interact with this scene and takes pictures of their propositions. The goal is to guarantee the consistency between the setting and the participant to make the scene as lively as possible. Since Zacharevic was given the mission to embellish the Malay city of Penang, he settled there and spread his participative art through the run down streets of the city. His interactive murals have become a landmark in Malaysia. (cf. Street art community)
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Ernest Zacharevic | artist found at actegratuit] artchipel:

Ernest Zacharevic (Lithuania/Malaysia)
Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic turns the corners of towns into a brilliant series of interactive murals. He first creates a setting mixing paint and real objects in an ordinary alley, then invites people to interact with this scene and takes pictures of their propositions. The goal is to guarantee the consistency between the setting and the participant to make the scene as lively as possible. Since Zacharevic was given the mission to embellish the Malay city of Penang, he settled there and spread his participative art through the run down streets of the city. His interactive murals have become a landmark in Malaysia. (cf. Street art community)
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Ernest Zacharevic | artist found at actegratuit] artchipel:

Ernest Zacharevic (Lithuania/Malaysia)
Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic turns the corners of towns into a brilliant series of interactive murals. He first creates a setting mixing paint and real objects in an ordinary alley, then invites people to interact with this scene and takes pictures of their propositions. The goal is to guarantee the consistency between the setting and the participant to make the scene as lively as possible. Since Zacharevic was given the mission to embellish the Malay city of Penang, he settled there and spread his participative art through the run down streets of the city. His interactive murals have become a landmark in Malaysia. (cf. Street art community)
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Ernest Zacharevic | artist found at actegratuit] artchipel:

Ernest Zacharevic (Lithuania/Malaysia)
Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic turns the corners of towns into a brilliant series of interactive murals. He first creates a setting mixing paint and real objects in an ordinary alley, then invites people to interact with this scene and takes pictures of their propositions. The goal is to guarantee the consistency between the setting and the participant to make the scene as lively as possible. Since Zacharevic was given the mission to embellish the Malay city of Penang, he settled there and spread his participative art through the run down streets of the city. His interactive murals have become a landmark in Malaysia. (cf. Street art community)
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Ernest Zacharevic | artist found at actegratuit] artchipel:

Ernest Zacharevic (Lithuania/Malaysia)
Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic turns the corners of towns into a brilliant series of interactive murals. He first creates a setting mixing paint and real objects in an ordinary alley, then invites people to interact with this scene and takes pictures of their propositions. The goal is to guarantee the consistency between the setting and the participant to make the scene as lively as possible. Since Zacharevic was given the mission to embellish the Malay city of Penang, he settled there and spread his participative art through the run down streets of the city. His interactive murals have become a landmark in Malaysia. (cf. Street art community)
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Ernest Zacharevic | artist found at actegratuit]

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Ernest Zacharevic (Lithuania/Malaysia)

Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic turns the corners of towns into a brilliant series of interactive murals. He first creates a setting mixing paint and real objects in an ordinary alley, then invites people to interact with this scene and takes pictures of their propositions. The goal is to guarantee the consistency between the setting and the participant to make the scene as lively as possible. Since Zacharevic was given the mission to embellish the Malay city of Penang, he settled there and spread his participative art through the run down streets of the city. His interactive murals have become a landmark in Malaysia. (cf. Street art community)

© All images courtesy of the artist

[more Ernest Zacharevic | artist found at actegratuit]

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Eszti Varga    |    http://behance.net/eszterzsofivarga
"When I started to design packaging of Paprika I considered several ways, because I wanted to avoid the packaging style from the grocery shops and I wanted to make something special. The emblem has a classy, illustrative way because I think it expresses the tradition of Paprika in Hungary and in typography I used a ligature which form is familiar with the shape of Paprika. "
Eszti is a graphic designer based in London, United Kingdom. She is focused on graphic design, branding, packaging and typography.
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Eszti Varga    |    http://behance.net/eszterzsofivarga
"When I started to design packaging of Paprika I considered several ways, because I wanted to avoid the packaging style from the grocery shops and I wanted to make something special. The emblem has a classy, illustrative way because I think it expresses the tradition of Paprika in Hungary and in typography I used a ligature which form is familiar with the shape of Paprika. "
Eszti is a graphic designer based in London, United Kingdom. She is focused on graphic design, branding, packaging and typography.
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Eszti Varga    |    http://behance.net/eszterzsofivarga
"When I started to design packaging of Paprika I considered several ways, because I wanted to avoid the packaging style from the grocery shops and I wanted to make something special. The emblem has a classy, illustrative way because I think it expresses the tradition of Paprika in Hungary and in typography I used a ligature which form is familiar with the shape of Paprika. "
Eszti is a graphic designer based in London, United Kingdom. She is focused on graphic design, branding, packaging and typography.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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Eszti Varga    |    http://behance.net/eszterzsofivarga
"When I started to design packaging of Paprika I considered several ways, because I wanted to avoid the packaging style from the grocery shops and I wanted to make something special. The emblem has a classy, illustrative way because I think it expresses the tradition of Paprika in Hungary and in typography I used a ligature which form is familiar with the shape of Paprika. "
Eszti is a graphic designer based in London, United Kingdom. She is focused on graphic design, branding, packaging and typography.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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Eszti Varga    |    http://behance.net/eszterzsofivarga
"When I started to design packaging of Paprika I considered several ways, because I wanted to avoid the packaging style from the grocery shops and I wanted to make something special. The emblem has a classy, illustrative way because I think it expresses the tradition of Paprika in Hungary and in typography I used a ligature which form is familiar with the shape of Paprika. "
Eszti is a graphic designer based in London, United Kingdom. She is focused on graphic design, branding, packaging and typography.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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Eszti Varga    |    http://behance.net/eszterzsofivarga
"When I started to design packaging of Paprika I considered several ways, because I wanted to avoid the packaging style from the grocery shops and I wanted to make something special. The emblem has a classy, illustrative way because I think it expresses the tradition of Paprika in Hungary and in typography I used a ligature which form is familiar with the shape of Paprika. "
Eszti is a graphic designer based in London, United Kingdom. She is focused on graphic design, branding, packaging and typography.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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Eszti Varga    |    http://behance.net/eszterzsofivarga
"When I started to design packaging of Paprika I considered several ways, because I wanted to avoid the packaging style from the grocery shops and I wanted to make something special. The emblem has a classy, illustrative way because I think it expresses the tradition of Paprika in Hungary and in typography I used a ligature which form is familiar with the shape of Paprika. "
Eszti is a graphic designer based in London, United Kingdom. She is focused on graphic design, branding, packaging and typography.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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Eszti Varga    |    http://behance.net/eszterzsofivarga
"When I started to design packaging of Paprika I considered several ways, because I wanted to avoid the packaging style from the grocery shops and I wanted to make something special. The emblem has a classy, illustrative way because I think it expresses the tradition of Paprika in Hungary and in typography I used a ligature which form is familiar with the shape of Paprika. "
Eszti is a graphic designer based in London, United Kingdom. She is focused on graphic design, branding, packaging and typography.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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Eszti Varga    |    http://behance.net/eszterzsofivarga
"When I started to design packaging of Paprika I considered several ways, because I wanted to avoid the packaging style from the grocery shops and I wanted to make something special. The emblem has a classy, illustrative way because I think it expresses the tradition of Paprika in Hungary and in typography I used a ligature which form is familiar with the shape of Paprika. "
Eszti is a graphic designer based in London, United Kingdom. She is focused on graphic design, branding, packaging and typography.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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Eszti Varga    |    http://behance.net/eszterzsofivarga
"When I started to design packaging of Paprika I considered several ways, because I wanted to avoid the packaging style from the grocery shops and I wanted to make something special. The emblem has a classy, illustrative way because I think it expresses the tradition of Paprika in Hungary and in typography I used a ligature which form is familiar with the shape of Paprika. "
Eszti is a graphic designer based in London, United Kingdom. She is focused on graphic design, branding, packaging and typography.
The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

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Eszti Varga    |    http://behance.net/eszterzsofivarga

"When I started to design packaging of Paprika I considered several ways, because I wanted to avoid the packaging style from the grocery shops and I wanted to make something special. The emblem has a classy, illustrative way because I think it expresses the tradition of Paprika in Hungary and in typography I used a ligature which form is familiar with the shape of Paprika. "

Eszti is a graphic designer based in London, United Kingdom. She is focused on graphic design, branding, packaging and typography.

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Reflexionen Drei
Matthias Heiderich has captured colourful scenes of Architecture, places, and scenes photographed in the cities of Lisbon, Lagos, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin.
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Reflexionen Drei
Matthias Heiderich has captured colourful scenes of Architecture, places, and scenes photographed in the cities of Lisbon, Lagos, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin.
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Reflexionen Drei
Matthias Heiderich has captured colourful scenes of Architecture, places, and scenes photographed in the cities of Lisbon, Lagos, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin.
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Reflexionen Drei
Matthias Heiderich has captured colourful scenes of Architecture, places, and scenes photographed in the cities of Lisbon, Lagos, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin.
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Reflexionen Drei
Matthias Heiderich has captured colourful scenes of Architecture, places, and scenes photographed in the cities of Lisbon, Lagos, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin.
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Reflexionen Drei
Matthias Heiderich has captured colourful scenes of Architecture, places, and scenes photographed in the cities of Lisbon, Lagos, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin.
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Reflexionen Drei
Matthias Heiderich has captured colourful scenes of Architecture, places, and scenes photographed in the cities of Lisbon, Lagos, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin.
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Reflexionen Drei
Matthias Heiderich has captured colourful scenes of Architecture, places, and scenes photographed in the cities of Lisbon, Lagos, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin.

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Reflexionen Drei

Matthias Heiderich has captured colourful scenes of Architecture, places, and scenes photographed in the cities of Lisbon, Lagos, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin.

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Puree Organics 
(by Studioahamed ®)

Puree
 
In February of 2014 Marie & Claude LaPonte Launched Puree, an organic medicinal vegetable garden where consumers can have access to naturally farmed food located in there very neighborhoods.
 
Specific produce has been known to help with health problems such as joint and arthritic issues as well as a variety of cronic illnesses. Although Puree is known for its attention to growth and detail in supplying locals with fresh and specialized produce owners Marie & Claude wanted to steer away from looking like a typical health pharamcy and focus more on the product they produce.
 
It was important right from the start to showcase Puree as a specialty produce company that is quite different than your typical organic mom and pop store. In order to accomplish this it was important to create a timeless Identity that held up to Puree’s standards of simplicity and aesthetic value. Inviting people to make the most of the food they eat.
 
Puree Organics Launched in February 2014 in Montreal Quebec.

semaev:

Puree Organics 
(by Studioahamed ®)

Puree
 
In February of 2014 Marie & Claude LaPonte Launched Puree, an organic medicinal vegetable garden where consumers can have access to naturally farmed food located in there very neighborhoods.
 
Specific produce has been known to help with health problems such as joint and arthritic issues as well as a variety of cronic illnesses. Although Puree is known for its attention to growth and detail in supplying locals with fresh and specialized produce owners Marie & Claude wanted to steer away from looking like a typical health pharamcy and focus more on the product they produce.
 
It was important right from the start to showcase Puree as a specialty produce company that is quite different than your typical organic mom and pop store. In order to accomplish this it was important to create a timeless Identity that held up to Puree’s standards of simplicity and aesthetic value. Inviting people to make the most of the food they eat.
 
Puree Organics Launched in February 2014 in Montreal Quebec.

semaev:

Puree Organics 
(by Studioahamed ®)

Puree
 
In February of 2014 Marie & Claude LaPonte Launched Puree, an organic medicinal vegetable garden where consumers can have access to naturally farmed food located in there very neighborhoods.
 
Specific produce has been known to help with health problems such as joint and arthritic issues as well as a variety of cronic illnesses. Although Puree is known for its attention to growth and detail in supplying locals with fresh and specialized produce owners Marie & Claude wanted to steer away from looking like a typical health pharamcy and focus more on the product they produce.
 
It was important right from the start to showcase Puree as a specialty produce company that is quite different than your typical organic mom and pop store. In order to accomplish this it was important to create a timeless Identity that held up to Puree’s standards of simplicity and aesthetic value. Inviting people to make the most of the food they eat.
 
Puree Organics Launched in February 2014 in Montreal Quebec.

semaev:

Puree Organics 
(by Studioahamed ®)

Puree
 
In February of 2014 Marie & Claude LaPonte Launched Puree, an organic medicinal vegetable garden where consumers can have access to naturally farmed food located in there very neighborhoods.
 
Specific produce has been known to help with health problems such as joint and arthritic issues as well as a variety of cronic illnesses. Although Puree is known for its attention to growth and detail in supplying locals with fresh and specialized produce owners Marie & Claude wanted to steer away from looking like a typical health pharamcy and focus more on the product they produce.
 
It was important right from the start to showcase Puree as a specialty produce company that is quite different than your typical organic mom and pop store. In order to accomplish this it was important to create a timeless Identity that held up to Puree’s standards of simplicity and aesthetic value. Inviting people to make the most of the food they eat.
 
Puree Organics Launched in February 2014 in Montreal Quebec.

semaev:

Puree Organics 
(by Studioahamed ®)

Puree
 
In February of 2014 Marie & Claude LaPonte Launched Puree, an organic medicinal vegetable garden where consumers can have access to naturally farmed food located in there very neighborhoods.
 
Specific produce has been known to help with health problems such as joint and arthritic issues as well as a variety of cronic illnesses. Although Puree is known for its attention to growth and detail in supplying locals with fresh and specialized produce owners Marie & Claude wanted to steer away from looking like a typical health pharamcy and focus more on the product they produce.
 
It was important right from the start to showcase Puree as a specialty produce company that is quite different than your typical organic mom and pop store. In order to accomplish this it was important to create a timeless Identity that held up to Puree’s standards of simplicity and aesthetic value. Inviting people to make the most of the food they eat.
 
Puree Organics Launched in February 2014 in Montreal Quebec.

semaev:

Puree Organics 
(by Studioahamed ®)

Puree
 
In February of 2014 Marie & Claude LaPonte Launched Puree, an organic medicinal vegetable garden where consumers can have access to naturally farmed food located in there very neighborhoods.
 
Specific produce has been known to help with health problems such as joint and arthritic issues as well as a variety of cronic illnesses. Although Puree is known for its attention to growth and detail in supplying locals with fresh and specialized produce owners Marie & Claude wanted to steer away from looking like a typical health pharamcy and focus more on the product they produce.
 
It was important right from the start to showcase Puree as a specialty produce company that is quite different than your typical organic mom and pop store. In order to accomplish this it was important to create a timeless Identity that held up to Puree’s standards of simplicity and aesthetic value. Inviting people to make the most of the food they eat.
 
Puree Organics Launched in February 2014 in Montreal Quebec.

semaev:

Puree Organics 
(by Studioahamed ®)

Puree
 
In February of 2014 Marie & Claude LaPonte Launched Puree, an organic medicinal vegetable garden where consumers can have access to naturally farmed food located in there very neighborhoods.
 
Specific produce has been known to help with health problems such as joint and arthritic issues as well as a variety of cronic illnesses. Although Puree is known for its attention to growth and detail in supplying locals with fresh and specialized produce owners Marie & Claude wanted to steer away from looking like a typical health pharamcy and focus more on the product they produce.
 
It was important right from the start to showcase Puree as a specialty produce company that is quite different than your typical organic mom and pop store. In order to accomplish this it was important to create a timeless Identity that held up to Puree’s standards of simplicity and aesthetic value. Inviting people to make the most of the food they eat.
 
Puree Organics Launched in February 2014 in Montreal Quebec.

semaev:

Puree Organics 
(by Studioahamed ®)

Puree
 
In February of 2014 Marie & Claude LaPonte Launched Puree, an organic medicinal vegetable garden where consumers can have access to naturally farmed food located in there very neighborhoods.
 
Specific produce has been known to help with health problems such as joint and arthritic issues as well as a variety of cronic illnesses. Although Puree is known for its attention to growth and detail in supplying locals with fresh and specialized produce owners Marie & Claude wanted to steer away from looking like a typical health pharamcy and focus more on the product they produce.
 
It was important right from the start to showcase Puree as a specialty produce company that is quite different than your typical organic mom and pop store. In order to accomplish this it was important to create a timeless Identity that held up to Puree’s standards of simplicity and aesthetic value. Inviting people to make the most of the food they eat.
 
Puree Organics Launched in February 2014 in Montreal Quebec.

semaev:

Puree Organics 
(by Studioahamed ®)

Puree
 
In February of 2014 Marie & Claude LaPonte Launched Puree, an organic medicinal vegetable garden where consumers can have access to naturally farmed food located in there very neighborhoods.
 
Specific produce has been known to help with health problems such as joint and arthritic issues as well as a variety of cronic illnesses. Although Puree is known for its attention to growth and detail in supplying locals with fresh and specialized produce owners Marie & Claude wanted to steer away from looking like a typical health pharamcy and focus more on the product they produce.
 
It was important right from the start to showcase Puree as a specialty produce company that is quite different than your typical organic mom and pop store. In order to accomplish this it was important to create a timeless Identity that held up to Puree’s standards of simplicity and aesthetic value. Inviting people to make the most of the food they eat.
 
Puree Organics Launched in February 2014 in Montreal Quebec.

semaev:

Puree Organics 
(by Studioahamed ®)

Puree
 
In February of 2014 Marie & Claude LaPonte Launched Puree, an organic medicinal vegetable garden where consumers can have access to naturally farmed food located in there very neighborhoods.
 
Specific produce has been known to help with health problems such as joint and arthritic issues as well as a variety of cronic illnesses. Although Puree is known for its attention to growth and detail in supplying locals with fresh and specialized produce owners Marie & Claude wanted to steer away from looking like a typical health pharamcy and focus more on the product they produce.
 
It was important right from the start to showcase Puree as a specialty produce company that is quite different than your typical organic mom and pop store. In order to accomplish this it was important to create a timeless Identity that held up to Puree’s standards of simplicity and aesthetic value. Inviting people to make the most of the food they eat.
 
Puree Organics Launched in February 2014 in Montreal Quebec.

semaev:

Puree Organics 

(by Studioahamed ®)

Puree
 
In February of 2014 Marie & Claude LaPonte Launched Puree, an organic medicinal vegetable garden where consumers can have access to naturally farmed food located in there very neighborhoods.
 
Specific produce has been known to help with health problems such as joint and arthritic issues as well as a variety of cronic illnesses. Although Puree is known for its attention to growth and detail in supplying locals with fresh and specialized produce owners Marie & Claude wanted to steer away from looking like a typical health pharamcy and focus more on the product they produce.
 
It was important right from the start to showcase Puree as a specialty produce company that is quite different than your typical organic mom and pop store. In order to accomplish this it was important to create a timeless Identity that held up to Puree’s standards of simplicity and aesthetic value. Inviting people to make the most of the food they eat.
 
Puree Organics Launched in February 2014 in Montreal Quebec.

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flatstudio:

Silver & Green
"With a product offering that consists of olives, olive oil, antipasti, tapas and meze, Lake District based Silver & Green are the specialists in authentic Mediterranean delicacies.
We were approached to redevelop the brand and packaging to make the products more appealing to the target customers of delis, farm shops and food halls.
The marketplace is well served with rustic and heritage feel brands, so we set out to differentiate Silver & Green by creating a playful and modern brand, which, without being obviously rustic, has a hand crafted feel that reflects the range of ingredients and their origins.
A customised font forms the main logo, with textures applied to further enhance personality. This is combined with a choice of uncoated paper stock and supporting hand-written font. A bold colour palette is used to bring the designs to life and emphasize the flavour of the countries and cultures that inspire the recipes.  
Silver & Green’s director, Rachel Hannaford, kindly had this to say, “Working with Salad was a smooth, fun ride. We love the way they take the time to really dig into what’s behind you and your company before any design, or even research, begins. The team helped us work through all our muddled thoughts and ideas and piece them together in a way that has allowed us start turning a business in to a brand.”
The response and results have been outstanding. Just a month after the launch of Silver & Green’s new branded products, more accounts have been opened than in the entire two years previously.”
View the range on the website here.
A project of Salad Studio
flatstudio:

Silver & Green
"With a product offering that consists of olives, olive oil, antipasti, tapas and meze, Lake District based Silver & Green are the specialists in authentic Mediterranean delicacies.
We were approached to redevelop the brand and packaging to make the products more appealing to the target customers of delis, farm shops and food halls.
The marketplace is well served with rustic and heritage feel brands, so we set out to differentiate Silver & Green by creating a playful and modern brand, which, without being obviously rustic, has a hand crafted feel that reflects the range of ingredients and their origins.
A customised font forms the main logo, with textures applied to further enhance personality. This is combined with a choice of uncoated paper stock and supporting hand-written font. A bold colour palette is used to bring the designs to life and emphasize the flavour of the countries and cultures that inspire the recipes.  
Silver & Green’s director, Rachel Hannaford, kindly had this to say, “Working with Salad was a smooth, fun ride. We love the way they take the time to really dig into what’s behind you and your company before any design, or even research, begins. The team helped us work through all our muddled thoughts and ideas and piece them together in a way that has allowed us start turning a business in to a brand.”
The response and results have been outstanding. Just a month after the launch of Silver & Green’s new branded products, more accounts have been opened than in the entire two years previously.”
View the range on the website here.
A project of Salad Studio
flatstudio:

Silver & Green
"With a product offering that consists of olives, olive oil, antipasti, tapas and meze, Lake District based Silver & Green are the specialists in authentic Mediterranean delicacies.
We were approached to redevelop the brand and packaging to make the products more appealing to the target customers of delis, farm shops and food halls.
The marketplace is well served with rustic and heritage feel brands, so we set out to differentiate Silver & Green by creating a playful and modern brand, which, without being obviously rustic, has a hand crafted feel that reflects the range of ingredients and their origins.
A customised font forms the main logo, with textures applied to further enhance personality. This is combined with a choice of uncoated paper stock and supporting hand-written font. A bold colour palette is used to bring the designs to life and emphasize the flavour of the countries and cultures that inspire the recipes.  
Silver & Green’s director, Rachel Hannaford, kindly had this to say, “Working with Salad was a smooth, fun ride. We love the way they take the time to really dig into what’s behind you and your company before any design, or even research, begins. The team helped us work through all our muddled thoughts and ideas and piece them together in a way that has allowed us start turning a business in to a brand.”
The response and results have been outstanding. Just a month after the launch of Silver & Green’s new branded products, more accounts have been opened than in the entire two years previously.”
View the range on the website here.
A project of Salad Studio
flatstudio:

Silver & Green
"With a product offering that consists of olives, olive oil, antipasti, tapas and meze, Lake District based Silver & Green are the specialists in authentic Mediterranean delicacies.
We were approached to redevelop the brand and packaging to make the products more appealing to the target customers of delis, farm shops and food halls.
The marketplace is well served with rustic and heritage feel brands, so we set out to differentiate Silver & Green by creating a playful and modern brand, which, without being obviously rustic, has a hand crafted feel that reflects the range of ingredients and their origins.
A customised font forms the main logo, with textures applied to further enhance personality. This is combined with a choice of uncoated paper stock and supporting hand-written font. A bold colour palette is used to bring the designs to life and emphasize the flavour of the countries and cultures that inspire the recipes.  
Silver & Green’s director, Rachel Hannaford, kindly had this to say, “Working with Salad was a smooth, fun ride. We love the way they take the time to really dig into what’s behind you and your company before any design, or even research, begins. The team helped us work through all our muddled thoughts and ideas and piece them together in a way that has allowed us start turning a business in to a brand.”
The response and results have been outstanding. Just a month after the launch of Silver & Green’s new branded products, more accounts have been opened than in the entire two years previously.”
View the range on the website here.
A project of Salad Studio
flatstudio:

Silver & Green
"With a product offering that consists of olives, olive oil, antipasti, tapas and meze, Lake District based Silver & Green are the specialists in authentic Mediterranean delicacies.
We were approached to redevelop the brand and packaging to make the products more appealing to the target customers of delis, farm shops and food halls.
The marketplace is well served with rustic and heritage feel brands, so we set out to differentiate Silver & Green by creating a playful and modern brand, which, without being obviously rustic, has a hand crafted feel that reflects the range of ingredients and their origins.
A customised font forms the main logo, with textures applied to further enhance personality. This is combined with a choice of uncoated paper stock and supporting hand-written font. A bold colour palette is used to bring the designs to life and emphasize the flavour of the countries and cultures that inspire the recipes.  
Silver & Green’s director, Rachel Hannaford, kindly had this to say, “Working with Salad was a smooth, fun ride. We love the way they take the time to really dig into what’s behind you and your company before any design, or even research, begins. The team helped us work through all our muddled thoughts and ideas and piece them together in a way that has allowed us start turning a business in to a brand.”
The response and results have been outstanding. Just a month after the launch of Silver & Green’s new branded products, more accounts have been opened than in the entire two years previously.”
View the range on the website here.
A project of Salad Studio
flatstudio:

Silver & Green
"With a product offering that consists of olives, olive oil, antipasti, tapas and meze, Lake District based Silver & Green are the specialists in authentic Mediterranean delicacies.
We were approached to redevelop the brand and packaging to make the products more appealing to the target customers of delis, farm shops and food halls.
The marketplace is well served with rustic and heritage feel brands, so we set out to differentiate Silver & Green by creating a playful and modern brand, which, without being obviously rustic, has a hand crafted feel that reflects the range of ingredients and their origins.
A customised font forms the main logo, with textures applied to further enhance personality. This is combined with a choice of uncoated paper stock and supporting hand-written font. A bold colour palette is used to bring the designs to life and emphasize the flavour of the countries and cultures that inspire the recipes.  
Silver & Green’s director, Rachel Hannaford, kindly had this to say, “Working with Salad was a smooth, fun ride. We love the way they take the time to really dig into what’s behind you and your company before any design, or even research, begins. The team helped us work through all our muddled thoughts and ideas and piece them together in a way that has allowed us start turning a business in to a brand.”
The response and results have been outstanding. Just a month after the launch of Silver & Green’s new branded products, more accounts have been opened than in the entire two years previously.”
View the range on the website here.
A project of Salad Studio
flatstudio:

Silver & Green
"With a product offering that consists of olives, olive oil, antipasti, tapas and meze, Lake District based Silver & Green are the specialists in authentic Mediterranean delicacies.
We were approached to redevelop the brand and packaging to make the products more appealing to the target customers of delis, farm shops and food halls.
The marketplace is well served with rustic and heritage feel brands, so we set out to differentiate Silver & Green by creating a playful and modern brand, which, without being obviously rustic, has a hand crafted feel that reflects the range of ingredients and their origins.
A customised font forms the main logo, with textures applied to further enhance personality. This is combined with a choice of uncoated paper stock and supporting hand-written font. A bold colour palette is used to bring the designs to life and emphasize the flavour of the countries and cultures that inspire the recipes.  
Silver & Green’s director, Rachel Hannaford, kindly had this to say, “Working with Salad was a smooth, fun ride. We love the way they take the time to really dig into what’s behind you and your company before any design, or even research, begins. The team helped us work through all our muddled thoughts and ideas and piece them together in a way that has allowed us start turning a business in to a brand.”
The response and results have been outstanding. Just a month after the launch of Silver & Green’s new branded products, more accounts have been opened than in the entire two years previously.”
View the range on the website here.
A project of Salad Studio
flatstudio:

Silver & Green
"With a product offering that consists of olives, olive oil, antipasti, tapas and meze, Lake District based Silver & Green are the specialists in authentic Mediterranean delicacies.
We were approached to redevelop the brand and packaging to make the products more appealing to the target customers of delis, farm shops and food halls.
The marketplace is well served with rustic and heritage feel brands, so we set out to differentiate Silver & Green by creating a playful and modern brand, which, without being obviously rustic, has a hand crafted feel that reflects the range of ingredients and their origins.
A customised font forms the main logo, with textures applied to further enhance personality. This is combined with a choice of uncoated paper stock and supporting hand-written font. A bold colour palette is used to bring the designs to life and emphasize the flavour of the countries and cultures that inspire the recipes.  
Silver & Green’s director, Rachel Hannaford, kindly had this to say, “Working with Salad was a smooth, fun ride. We love the way they take the time to really dig into what’s behind you and your company before any design, or even research, begins. The team helped us work through all our muddled thoughts and ideas and piece them together in a way that has allowed us start turning a business in to a brand.”
The response and results have been outstanding. Just a month after the launch of Silver & Green’s new branded products, more accounts have been opened than in the entire two years previously.”
View the range on the website here.
A project of Salad Studio
flatstudio:

Silver & Green
"With a product offering that consists of olives, olive oil, antipasti, tapas and meze, Lake District based Silver & Green are the specialists in authentic Mediterranean delicacies.
We were approached to redevelop the brand and packaging to make the products more appealing to the target customers of delis, farm shops and food halls.
The marketplace is well served with rustic and heritage feel brands, so we set out to differentiate Silver & Green by creating a playful and modern brand, which, without being obviously rustic, has a hand crafted feel that reflects the range of ingredients and their origins.
A customised font forms the main logo, with textures applied to further enhance personality. This is combined with a choice of uncoated paper stock and supporting hand-written font. A bold colour palette is used to bring the designs to life and emphasize the flavour of the countries and cultures that inspire the recipes.  
Silver & Green’s director, Rachel Hannaford, kindly had this to say, “Working with Salad was a smooth, fun ride. We love the way they take the time to really dig into what’s behind you and your company before any design, or even research, begins. The team helped us work through all our muddled thoughts and ideas and piece them together in a way that has allowed us start turning a business in to a brand.”
The response and results have been outstanding. Just a month after the launch of Silver & Green’s new branded products, more accounts have been opened than in the entire two years previously.”
View the range on the website here.
A project of Salad Studio
flatstudio:

Silver & Green
"With a product offering that consists of olives, olive oil, antipasti, tapas and meze, Lake District based Silver & Green are the specialists in authentic Mediterranean delicacies.
We were approached to redevelop the brand and packaging to make the products more appealing to the target customers of delis, farm shops and food halls.
The marketplace is well served with rustic and heritage feel brands, so we set out to differentiate Silver & Green by creating a playful and modern brand, which, without being obviously rustic, has a hand crafted feel that reflects the range of ingredients and their origins.
A customised font forms the main logo, with textures applied to further enhance personality. This is combined with a choice of uncoated paper stock and supporting hand-written font. A bold colour palette is used to bring the designs to life and emphasize the flavour of the countries and cultures that inspire the recipes.  
Silver & Green’s director, Rachel Hannaford, kindly had this to say, “Working with Salad was a smooth, fun ride. We love the way they take the time to really dig into what’s behind you and your company before any design, or even research, begins. The team helped us work through all our muddled thoughts and ideas and piece them together in a way that has allowed us start turning a business in to a brand.”
The response and results have been outstanding. Just a month after the launch of Silver & Green’s new branded products, more accounts have been opened than in the entire two years previously.”
View the range on the website here.
A project of Salad Studio

flatstudio:

Silver & Green

"With a product offering that consists of olives, olive oil, antipasti, tapas and meze, Lake District based Silver & Green are the specialists in authentic Mediterranean delicacies.

We were approached to redevelop the brand and packaging to make the products more appealing to the target customers of delis, farm shops and food halls.

The marketplace is well served with rustic and heritage feel brands, so we set out to differentiate Silver & Green by creating a playful and modern brand, which, without being obviously rustic, has a hand crafted feel that reflects the range of ingredients and their origins.

A customised font forms the main logo, with textures applied to further enhance personality. This is combined with a choice of uncoated paper stock and supporting hand-written font. A bold colour palette is used to bring the designs to life and emphasize the flavour of the countries and cultures that inspire the recipes.  

Silver & Green’s director, Rachel Hannaford, kindly had this to say, “Working with Salad was a smooth, fun ride. We love the way they take the time to really dig into what’s behind you and your company before any design, or even research, begins. The team helped us work through all our muddled thoughts and ideas and piece them together in a way that has allowed us start turning a business in to a brand.”

The response and results have been outstanding. Just a month after the launch of Silver & Green’s new branded products, more accounts have been opened than in the entire two years previously.”

View the range on the website here.

A project of Salad Studio

brandingdong:

Monier is a brand new office building and his visual identity is based on the building’s architecture which is cubistic and solid. 
Brand identity by Bleed design consultancy based in Oslo Norway and Vienna.
brandingdong:

Monier is a brand new office building and his visual identity is based on the building’s architecture which is cubistic and solid. 
Brand identity by Bleed design consultancy based in Oslo Norway and Vienna.
brandingdong:

Monier is a brand new office building and his visual identity is based on the building’s architecture which is cubistic and solid. 
Brand identity by Bleed design consultancy based in Oslo Norway and Vienna.
brandingdong:

Monier is a brand new office building and his visual identity is based on the building’s architecture which is cubistic and solid. 
Brand identity by Bleed design consultancy based in Oslo Norway and Vienna.
brandingdong:

Monier is a brand new office building and his visual identity is based on the building’s architecture which is cubistic and solid. 
Brand identity by Bleed design consultancy based in Oslo Norway and Vienna.
brandingdong:

Monier is a brand new office building and his visual identity is based on the building’s architecture which is cubistic and solid. 
Brand identity by Bleed design consultancy based in Oslo Norway and Vienna.
brandingdong:

Monier is a brand new office building and his visual identity is based on the building’s architecture which is cubistic and solid. 
Brand identity by Bleed design consultancy based in Oslo Norway and Vienna.

brandingdong:

Monier is a brand new office building and his visual identity is based on the building’s architecture which is cubistic and solid. 

Brand identity by Bleed design consultancy based in Oslo Norway and Vienna.

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