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Inventory Magazine

Inventory Stationery

Inventory Stationery

Inventory Stationery

Inventory Stationery

Inventory Stationery

Inventory Stationery

I love this sta­tionery and pack­ag­ing design for Inven­tory Mag­a­zine. It was designed by Inventory’s Art & Design Direc­tor Anthony Hooper. The combo of black, white, kraft and the serif type­face give it an ele­gant and crafted look.


Bedow askeroths

I love this cor­po­rate iden­tity and sta­tionery by Bedow for Askeroths trap­por och räcken, a small Swedish man­u­fac­turer spe­cial­iz­ing in cus­tom built stairs and railings.

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BVD Identity

Bvd stationery

BVD has launched a new iden­tity and a web­site with mobile opti­mized ver­sions. They put together a nice lit­tle video show­ing off the new site. Look­ing sharp.

We have given our­selves a new design. BVD has appointed a new CEO, installed a new Chair­man of the Board and wel­comed a new Part­ner and in our minds an updated com­pany requires an updated iden­tity. Our new iden­tity reflects our ambi­tions och rep­re­sents our qual­ity stan­dards in all parts. Now we have a dis­tinct logo with clean, geo­met­ri­cal lines. A logo that stands out, that is use­able in all medias and, of course, eas­ily rec­og­nized. Sim­plify to clarify!

Build Stationery

Build Stationery

Build just did up a new set of sta­tionery for them­selves and it’s absolutely stun­ning. Foil-blocked metal­lic Green and gloss Black (includ­ing Black foil on the inside of the envelopes) on Col­or­plan White Frost.

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Uniform Wares Stationery

Uniform Wares Stationery

Absolutely stun­ning sta­tionery design by Six for time­piece brand, Uni­form Wares.

Mangoola Identity


Aus­tralian design firm, End of Work, cre­ated this won­der­ful iden­tity for a coal mine called Man­goola. I never imag­ined that a coal mine could have such beau­ti­ful print mate­r­ial. They explain:

Man­goola is a coal mine sit­u­ated in Aus­tralia. “Man­goola” is thought to mean “black cock­a­too” in Abo­rig­i­nal lan­guage. The Cock­a­too is a native bird to Aus­tralia. Using the name’s mean­ing as inspi­ra­tion Syd­ney based stu­dio End of Work cre­ated beau­ti­ful print pieces to rep­re­sent the the feath­ers of a bird and the strata lay­ers of the earth. This was achieved through a large foil blocked pat­tern, and laser cut­ting paper. Launch invi­ta­tions, Com­mem­o­ra­tive books, brochures, cards and sta­tionery was pro­duced on black Not­turno paper stock.

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FEB Design Stationery

Feb design stationery

I’m back from a short break and I hope every­one in the US had a great Thanksgiving.

To start the week back up we have this really nice sta­tionery done by FEB Design for themselves.

Hand Written Letter Project

Hand written letter project crouwel

Here’s a great lit­tle project by the tal­ented Craig Old­ham. Hand Writ­ten Let­ter Project was started in 2007, and is a col­lec­tion of hand writ­ten let­ters by some well-regarded design­ers on their own sta­tionery. Some of the invited design­ers include Michael Bierut, Steven Heller, Tony Brook, Mil­ton Glaser, and my favorite of the col­lec­tion, Wim Crouwel.

The col­lec­tion will be released in a lim­ited edi­tion book that will accom­pany a trav­el­ing exhi­bi­tion, both of which will be rais­ing funds for the National Lit­er­acy Trust.

Great idea and cause.

Berg & Berg Identity

Hey days berg berg

Oslo based stu­dio Hey Days was hired by fash­ion label Berg & Berg to develop a visual iden­tity, which included sta­tionery, pack­ag­ing and a web­site. I’m in love with this iden­tity and that logo is just per­fect. Sim­ple, clean, sophisticated.

Sweet Creative

Sweet creative

Sorry for the week long hia­tus, folks. I moved and I was with­out inter­net for over a week. I almost lost it.

Any­way, here is some great work from Aus­tralian agency, Sweet Cre­ative.



I very much enjoy this let­ter­head design by Anton Stankowski. The grid-based struc­ture and asym­met­ri­cal lay­out cre­ate a really inter­est­ing visual. This let­ter­head is part of James Phillips Williams’ col­lec­tion that he often fea­tures on his blog, Amass. Check out the site, it’s a keeper. He also owns another gor­geous let­ter­head that was designed by Her­bert Bayer.

If you want more let­ter­head good­ness, head over to the blog Let­ter­heady. The site fea­tures a ton of excel­lent let­ter­head designs of well known fig­ures like Babe Ruth and Henry Ford. My per­sonal favorites are the let­ter­heads of Hou­dini and Char­lie Chap­lin. I can surf this site all day long.        

Modern Publicity


For­mer Art Direc­tor of Mon­o­cle mag­a­zine, Ken Leung, has received a lot of atten­tion recently on his new con­sul­tancy called Mod­ern Pub­lic­ity. And right­fully so, his work for Mon­o­cle is stun­ning. But per­son­ally I find the iden­tity work for Van­ity Fair to be the best piece in the portfolio.

Ken sent me some back­ground on the project:

As a back­ground to the project, I was com­mis­sioned by Gray­don Carter at Van­ity Fair to pro­pose a redesign for the mag­a­zine – the brief was left open to see what I would come back with.

Given such an amaz­ing oppor­tu­nity, I envi­sioned the project as not just a mag­a­zine redesign but a com­plete brand relaunch, also propos­ing an accom­pa­ny­ing cor­po­rate iden­tity pro­gramme. I wanted the sta­tionery to feel time­less, intel­li­gent and reflec­tive of the magazine’s her­itage, whilst also being fresh and mod­ern in it’s use of colour.

I think Ken accom­plished exactly that. The iden­tity has a time­less and sophis­ti­cated look, at the same time feels mod­ern and min­i­mal. Love it.