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bdworkshop co. lt.
Design Director: Clement Young
Design Team: Clement Young, Candy Chow, Keith Lam, Elvey Tong Silver in Branding; Bronze in Packaging Design
Nailabo is a nail laboratory providing DIY nail makeup products from around the world. Customer can choose their favourite nail colours and accessories and customise their own style of nail makeup at home. The laboratory also providing workshop for client to learn DIY nail makeup. Unlike a traditional nail or beauty shop; The branding design direction of the project are combining the 60’ salon style with modern layout and colours to create a whole new look and feel for the shop. From naming to branding, packaging, visual and interior design, we are the art director of this project.
Tiny Hunter
Design Director: Jen Mellander Design Team: Jo Cao
Silver in Branding
Watching her three daughters enter their late teens and early twenties, Mary Flaskos, founder and owner of Omorphis, understood their desire to feel and be beautiful. But she worried about the role models and products available
to them. Mary’s dream was born; to create a 100% natural and organic solution and she came to Tiny Hunter to create a brand that matched these aspirations. The first step was to formulate the brand strategy; focussed on Mary’s deep desire to create 100% natural and organic skincare products for her daughters. This was brought to life with inspiration by the Greek heritage within the family and the beauty secrets infused in Omorphis. A modern adaptation of the letter Omega has been used for the two ‘O’s’ in Omorphis. Also interpreted as two figures, mother and daughter. The contemporary, modern approach to packaging in black ensures shelf appeal amongst a sea of whites and neutrals within the organic skincare market.
Ellen Bruss Design Design Director: Ellen Bruss
Design Team: Art Director/Designer: Ken Garcia Designers: Ken Garcia, Emily Fitzgerald
Silver in Branding
Name, brand identity, collateral and signage for an anchor restaurant in
the new Hotel Born in Denver’s emerging Union Station Neighborhood. The restaurant focuses on the lost art of butchering meat and cooking over a wood-fired flame. EBD created the name, but honestly, it practically created itself, as the restaurant is right on the rail line. And because of the way hotels tend to be gathering places welcoming all, Citizen seemed like a perfect fit. We created the logo, signage throughout, menus and stationary.

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