“Bravo Company is a creatively led, independent design studio based in Singapore. We work with a variety of individuals and organisations to deliver considered and engaging design. We specialise in identity & brand development, printed communications & art direction.” — Bravo Company
By Invite Only is a handcrafted jewellery brand with a rustic art direction. We decided to give it an old circus theme. The photo cards for the backing for the packaging. Namecard is style like carnival tickets.
The Chain Reaction Project (TCRP) is a non-profit organization that was born in 2009 to help change lives in some of the world’s least-developed nations. TCRP’s mission is to find a cause, and have an effect and from there, grow their initiative by inspiring others to be catalysts for change as well.
We created a series of icons with the logomark for their various causes.
The namecard creates its own chain reaction.
You can pass it on to 3 other people.
Identity design for a authentic French restaurant in Singapore. Concept of the brand is based loosely on French novelist and playwright Honoré de Balzac. A quill and inkwell make up the icon of the logo. We handpicked a few of Balzac’s amusing quotes, those with references to food and beverages, and placed them around the interior of the restaurant in appropriate typographical treatment. We’ve also created a couple of posters inspired by Balzac’s novels to play up the concept.
Branding design for a restaurant/café in Singapore. A coin is used as a visual representation of the name. Five & Dime refers to a variety store where everything is sold for 5 or 10 cents. As such, we produced a series of cheap goods to be sold in the restaurant.
Randi Sjælland Jensen | http://randisjaelland.com
I’m a 23 year old BA graphic design student/Illustrator/Photographer/Kawaii lover from Denmark. I do many things, always making things with a goal to make people happy and smile. I am inspired by many things but overall addicted to cuteness… “Wahh so cute” is a comment I often say.
“Tomoka is the legendary schooner Captain Bill McCoy used for rum-running, also known as bootlegging, during the time of prohibition. Tomoka was one of the most famous rum-runners and as McCoy became famous for never watering his booze and only selling top brands, Tomoka is often associated with the term “The Real McCoy”. The bottle label tells the story of Captain McCoy and the inspiration behind Tomoka.”
Interesting posters entries explaining Design for the Veerle Pieters’ “What is Graphic Design” poster competition.
“What my Mom Thinks I Do” by Matthew Buchanan
“Thinking Made Visual” by Claes Källarsson
“Graphic Design Is” by Ryan Smith
“What Is Graphic Design” by Ancient Wisdom Productions
“Design Is More Than a Sassy Typeface” by Trev Stair