Posts tagged minimal
Don't Panic It's Organic

MOTTA is a new conceptual brand of cannabis-infused cosmetics for the woman looking for a high-end skincare experience and to naturally hydrate, heal and relax their bodies.

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Modern Bold Rebrand for Tatera

 TATERA: From a startup to a million-dollar business.  
Tatera is became one of the most famous home fragrance brands in the GCC.

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Graphic Identity for a Contemporary Artist

 Mingo Leaño is a contemporary artist from Guadalajara who mixes his passion (painting) with his profession (architecture) in his work.”

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Brand Identity, Digital and Printed Branded Assets for New Zealand Property Development Company

"Martin Kells Developments approached Urlich Studio to create brand identity, website, brochure, interior finishes and marketing communications for Station 580.”

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Beer Label Concept Design for Microbrewery

"We love small, quality microbreweries that brew Hazy IPA/Pale Ales (or New England IPAs some would call them).”

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Entertainment Show Logo and Brand Identity

"The unique intellectual entertainment show "Mad Head Show", which conquered the heart of the inhabitants of many European cities!”

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Student Promotional Minimal Beer Branding and Packaging Design

" The Numbeer name is a pun. It comes from words number (There is two numbered beer 01 and 02.”

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Identity, Branding and Packaging for Pharmaceutical Anti-Insect Protection Series

"Logo, branding and packaging for Galesyn, a new pharmaceuticals company by Syndesmos S.A..”

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Branding & Packaging Design for Floral Juice Bar that Deliver Floral Based Edible Tea's

"Delilah is a floral juice bar that creates unique one of a kind juices made out of a blend of edible flowers and fruits."

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An Explorative Mixture of Cultures, Traditions and Rituals Through a Series of Utilitarian Artefacts

" The objective of this project was the design and realization of a product ,which the mixture of cultures, traditions and rituals is promoted through a series of utilitarian objects."

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