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To do some different and creative business cards for a craftsman.
Long time ago we wanted to play with sandpaper in one of our projects but we hadn't found the perfect client to do it. So, when we met Carlos Mur from Artific, a carpenter/craftman we decided that he was the person which we would make a very special business cards.
Thinking on his work we designed his business cards with sandpaper, a very common material used on his profession.
Make a design for the contest posters of Fiestas del Pilar, Zaragoza
Through a single image convey the essence of the event: tradition, culture and folklore...
We use some castanets, typical of the Aragon traditional dance (Jota) to form a Z, initial of Zaragoza. We did a play on words to name the cartel, Aragonese Zeta instead of Aragonesa Jota
Create an image that represented the visits carried out by the parks of the city of Huesca
Design a simple and minimalist image that would convey nature at first glance
Nature can be reduced to a simple tree leaf. Therefore, through a tree leaf and a dynamic typesetting we convey the essence of guide visits in an elegant way
La Botería Lafuente is an emblematic establishment dedicated to selling wineskins that, after more than 100 years of history, closed its doors in 2013. After this closure, a couple (from Galicia and Huesca) reopened it as a Galician tapas bar with a mission of preserving their origins
Because of this history, they decided to keep the name and the original facade, but with a brand new, more modern in its interior. The identity represents the origin of the new owners, through several elements: the two concepts that define the logo, the tagline (“bo proveito + bon appetit“), the typography (a customized Cassanet), the color palette (combined with the wood and stone textures) or a series of 12 icons that make up the signage. Finally, they created a sub-brand for the sale of its products (wine, preserves, etc.), a grocer whose naming (De la Ría al Bote) results from the decomposition of the original name.
The client wanted a funny logotype that was transmitting the essence of the academy. A place in which to be able to amuse itself learning and that should reflect that the fundamental base of the academy is to develop the intelligence and the talent
To transmit the extract of the academy across the logotype we resort to several elements that were giving form to the identity of an entertaining and simple way. For it we fuse three elements that were transmitting the values of the academy: Einstein (icon of intelligence), eyes looking up to the left (it is the movement we made when we are thinking) and a bulb (symbol of creativity). With these elements there was created an entertaining logotype that was transmitting what is Talentum, a center in which to develop the intelligence and the creativity of an entertaining way
The logo had a big reception and generated many expectation on the academy in its objective public. The client remained very satisfied with the logo
Flora is a packaging design made for the 30 International Theatre & Dance Fair of Huesca (Spain) because of the sale of the commemorative t-shirts for the 30 anniversary of the fair. After designing the image of the event in which a tortoise (Flora) is the protagonist, we decided to create a special packaging for the sale of t-shirts doing a "wink" to the design of the poster.
We created an unique packaging with form of tortoise in which his shell was using as container across which they can see the logo (XXX) created for this special edition. The packaging was 100 % personalized for this event
The client sold more t-shirts than they expected. Everybody asked for the tortoise and the packaging
The brief consist on create a special packaging for a very high quality almonds
We decided to create something different to be fast identified on the shelves of the supermarket, in stores retailers, etc. At the same time we wanted a comfortable container to enjoy the almonds anywhere: in the cinema, on the street...
The origin of the almonds is the spanish pre-pyrenees so we decided to create a mountain shape packaging to be easily identified