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Everything is focused on a black and white color scheme. The initials of the company name Shop Systems are symbolized by an abstracted S which is used as a blind embossing throughout the complete stationary.

The general concept was to be clean, simple and memorable. In architectural language, the circle is the simple closed curve which divides the plane into two regions: the interior and the exterior. Also, the circle is a symbol of integrated architectural solution.

The identity is influenced by the workspace of the “Förster” so there are hand-stamped business cards made of wood planks or even tree slices burned with typically sayings of those who work in the woods.

Packaging creation is explored through materials and finishes both contemporary and tactual. This can be seen through handmade rigid boxes wrapped in a textured paper that resembles twill fabric.

The concept is simple, a very minimal design, executed in very warm and high quality materials like brass and classical pine-wood. No high-end canteen can survive without a great menu and impressive business cards, all printed on smooth

paper and of course not without gold foil embossing.

Playing with the notion of scales, Murmure created a set of business cards made of concrete. This material, so characteristic of our environment, was enhanced by using the smallest and most refined communication support.

A modern interior design with hints of India’s cultural past. Located in the center of Amsterdam, with its great Total Consumer Experience makes it the new hotspot of The Netherlands.

Overall concept and brand identity for fashion designer Emma Hedlund, including a lookbook, invites, business cards, a promotional poster and hangtags.

Kansas City’s Habitat Shoe Boutique focuses less on trends and more on classic European shoes and accessories with a twist that become signature items in their customers’ wardrobes. To showcase the season’s hottest items, shopping bags were designed as pleasing promotional tools.

This corporate identity brings a sense of style and whimsy to Red Deer in the heart of Alberta’s wheat belt. Pieces include business cards, free haircut coupons, style guides, gift bags and even shower caps.

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