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Dunkin Donuts Branding Update by Hanna Sköld & Sara Knipström

Dunkin Donuts was established 1950 in Massachusetts and in 2014 they opened up their first store in Sweden. Hanna and Sara saw an opportunity to update Dunkin Donuts visual identity and packaging to fit into the Scandinavian market as well as the global. 

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Visual Identity for Split Space by Mireldy

“Split Space is a cute little apartment smack in the middle of the Old Town of Split. Although quite small, the apartment came into existence by merging two floors and is, in a way, split in two parts. The goal was to portray the setting – the climate, the landscape and the Mediterranean backdrop, as well as the main characteristics of the apartment. That’s why the logo incorporates not only the contour of the apartment – a space split in two parts - it also gives homage to the Mediterranean scenery by incorporating the sun,the sea and the coast.”

Mireldy are Imelda Ramović and Mirel Hadžijusufović - Zagreb-based art directors, designers and illustrators who have been creating together in fields of advertising, art and culture, music and fashion industry for over 10 years.

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Quote(s) of the week by Marco Oggian 

Marco is a young nuclear physicist, he was born in Venice in 1990 and is living between Italy and Spain. Since he was a child he never stopped drawing and creating stuff. At the age of 15 he drew some illustrations and pattern for Mascioni, an Italian textile manufacturer that have been bought from Zara later. Today he is working on a wide range of project within logo creation, clothing design, videos, illustration, branding identity, font design and typography, photo shooting, fair stand creation and many more.

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Branding for The Penny Drop Cafe by Pop & Pac

“Inspired by the site’s context, a name and conceptual vision was developed by the graphic design team for an experience not before seen in this area of Melbourne’s East. Pennies provide inspiration throughout; evident in brass menu finishes, the shapes of business cards and coasters, and use of circular elements. Bill folders are reinterpreted as leather wallets. The result is a comprehensive suite of collateral, including custom typeface, menus, coffee cups, stickers, hoarding and signage.”

Pop & Pac are a graphic design studio based in Melbourne, Australia. Their combined passion for all things design has seen them traverse the Australian and UK creative landscape for over 20 years. Along the way they have honed and enhanced their design and creative powers. With experience in agencies that include large international corporate branding giants and local boutique design superstars, their solutions are strategic and unparalleled due to their meticulous craft. Their clients range in scale and kind from hip eateries and boutique products to complete brand implementations for large multinationals.