Hedeker is a wealth management firm that produces a quarterly publication, which covers important info for investors and potential future customers of the company. The publication, Capital, is a real sight to behold – with great attention paid to type and design which is just spot on.
Another great example of how good design can lift content or information which might be a little dreary for some and elevate it into something engaging and appealing. We love it!
Kyle Weeks, one of our very many talented graduates from the Academy has been recognised in Creative Review’s Photography Annual! He is one of five emerging photographers who were named in the ‘Zeitgeist’ section of the annual.
To see more of Kyle’s amazing work, check out his website here.
Oh wow! This beautiful book by Boy, a design studio in Lithuania for the Sweet Root restaurant is just incredible. With stunning design and photography that is out of this world, it tells the fairytale of Lithuanian food and culture – highlighting the beauty of the country.
If you’re ever in Lithuania… please get us a copy!
How nice is this? Benoit Berger designed and illustrated this limited edition poker set for Dom Perignon. We love the understated elegance and attention to detail. It’s the perfect mix of opulence and restraint! And to keep it exciting, there are only 1000 of these sets that were made!
See more below!
Amie Bakery is a small bakery based in Cape Cod, Massachusetts and we are entirely in love with their corporate identity, designed by Peck & Company, a design firm in Nashville. This is such a great example of how good design can lift an entire company and make even a small, independent bakery able to compete on a global scale.
We just wish more small businesses had the sense (and budget!) to invest in good design!
Check out more below.
Such a gorgeous, clean website for a great cause. GROWx is an urban farming start up based in Amsterdam. We love the use of photography, typography and scrolling effects.
It’s really interesting to see how traditional design principles can start applying to websites – and the more we see, the more we love!
You can visit the site here.
And the site of the designer, Chris Biron, here.
We do love a website that can function as a game! This one by Immersive Garden is just so much fun! You go on a journey of the absurd through London’s streets and whether you find the Cheshire Cat in the end… well that’s up to you!
Start your journey here.