How do you define American? With the recent DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) news, this is an increasingly complicated question. So to reinforce the importance of the topic at hand, we wanted to highlight a branding collaboration between immigrant advocacy organization Define American and design and branding agency The Working Assembly.
Eme Design Studio created this mystical packaging Curadero, a Mexican restaurant located in a San Diego hotel in California. The design features whimsical illustrations that add a nice branded touch to the restaurant and fits into the overall Mexican theme.
If you consider yourself a typography nerd, this just might be the game for you. Creative agency Goods & Services teamed up with Canadian printer Flash Reproductions to create a unique holiday gift for their clients and thus Type-Face the game was born.
This is certainly a one-of-a-kind gift! For their holiday gift, BLOCD wanted to do something extra special that their clients and friends would love but also represented the agency. The result is a box set of six mint candies featuring the agency’s name. During the holiday season, it’s easy to get caught up making gifts that feature red and green or the typical season’s decor. This gift stands out be remaining true to BLOCD and giving recipients something totally different and memorable.
Get your beauty sleep at Hotel Covington. Gina Tesnar at Reign Studio designed the branding and vision for this new boutique hotel that’s located in Covington, Kentucky. A combination of old and new elements, the hotel feels cozy and welcoming while totally hip and fun at the same time.
What could be better than a hot cup of cocoa on a cold night? A fragrant candle burning in the living room, and a splash of Godiva Liquor, of course. For their annual holiday gift, BASIC crafted a sophisticated gift set to share with their nearest and dearest.
Health & Happiness Advertising Agency, LRXD, took holiday gifting to a whole new level with the Gift of Water New Year’s Box. The sleek water bottle was gifted to clients over the holidays with a message of “Health & Happiness” but the real gift was in the packaging.