[column width="48%" padding="3%"]Berg & Berg
Founded by Karin and Mathias in 2009, Berg & Berg asked us to develop a full visual identity, including stationery, packaging and web shop. With a strive to create products of the highest quality possible, their goal is that every product will become a trusted friend in your wardrobe: loved, cared for and enjoyed for many years to come. Our work included business cards, hangtags, compliment slip, stickers, web shop and advice on packing the products. The collection was shot by photographer Eirik Slyngstad.[/column] [column width="48%" padding="0%"]Heydays
Our very own profile. Only one typeface is used in limited sizes. The shiny chrome is an interpretation of our name — Heydays. The use of cardboard is in contrast to this, it is for function and everyday use. The use of function is further elaborated in the heavy use of custom tape. Print finishing includes blind emboss, mirrorboard, cardboard and silkscreened jewelcases.
[column width="48%" padding="3%"]The Streethearts
Visual identity for street fashion blog. The Streethearts is an Oslo-based blog, with an international focus. The blog is run by two talented photographers, Andreas and Eirik, and is already getting noticed worldwide. We have created a logotype, business cards, notepad, and web layout. The result is inspired by street aesthetics, but mixed with a pure, no-fuzz style — giving room for the large detailed photos.[/column] [column width="48%" padding="0%"]To mark the end of the week I’d thought I’d go all out with this post and feature a handful of excellent projects from Oslo-based Heydays, a multi-disciplinary design studio who have, up until this point, never been featured on SI!
Have a great weekend people ;)[/column] [end_columns]
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