ooh Porto is an innovative tourist service that provides customized tips and recommendations to visitors to the portuguese city of Porto. It’s a kind of local buddy who figures out what each individual visitor likes and recommends the most interesting options to visit, eat and have fun, based on their profile. The idea is all about personalized service.
Find out more at www.oohporto.com
The logo and corporate identity were thought to be part of the experience and the storytelling of the concept behind ooh Porto. the symbol represents a path that meanders around, shaping the type of the logo, before finally reaching the destination – a classical “X” to mark the spot. It can read as a map to your future journey in Porto, all the while you’re being amazed by all that you see.
The logo, brand and stationary were designed in cooperation with Eduarda Loureiro, designer.
Your True Nature is a small business operating out of Malmö, Sweden, that helps people get in touch with their body, their mind and their soul. It is all about personal development and self-leadership with a spiritual touch. It is managed by life coach Towe Gustavsson who had a very active role and had immense care in the making of the brand.
The butterfly represents the transformation of oneself – the possibility that all of us have to transform ourselves and use our dreams to fly. It also calls to the butterfly effect, that small actions can become great changes within the self. Small dots on the edges of the butterfly’s wings hint the yin-yang dualism of life.
A logotype and stationary design project for Peter Salter Hairdressing, an organic hairdressing business operating in Auckland, New Zealand.
The brand design included business card, letterhead, gift certificates, as well as material for the website, facebook page and twitter page placement.
The K2Karta logotype and stationary was a proposal for a start-up business that aims to deliver high-quality 3D buildings modeled with SketchUp apt for Google Earth publication to clients in the southern Sweden region
The project was led by Studio K2 Lund, a cultural association based in Lund, Sweden. The name K2Karta relates to the parent entity. The graphical elements in the Logo are the silhouettes of the two most emblematic buildings in Lund – the Domkyrka and the Forum – two buildings around 1000 years apart in history. The background shape relates to the globe. The proposal included logotype, business card and an A6 postcard for free distribution.