“Brimming with inspiration, Damn Good highlights the favorite work of designers around the globe, showcasing their best and most passionate projects. This unique and diverse collection challenges the status quo and typical industry boundaries, and also contains the stories behind the work — in the words of the creative teams who designed them.”
— FROM THE BLURB
Yoghurty’s is a new self-service frozen yoghurt concept launching in Canada. Jump wanted to create a logo with classic styling that would also be at home in a modern environment, commissioning several illustrations to be used throughout a wide range of signage, packaging, collateral, and on the website.
Newton Running, based in Boulder, Colorado, is striving to produce shoes that have a very low impact on the environment. The company also wanted to look at the way the shoes were packaged and explore an alternative to the conventional printed cardboard boxes. The new package is a moulded design that uses 100% post-consumer recycled material. The shape of the carton fits the shoe, eliminating the need to pack it with tissue paper. Instead of stuffing the shoes with even more paper, the company includes a pair of socks in one and a reusable shoe bag in the other.
Palomino has been a Seattle staple for 20 years. They decided it was time for a refresh and gave Superbig the opportunity to overhaul the brand across all touchpoints, including logo, menus, interior, advertising, website and messaging.
The brand identity for ITI was featured previously on here on Identity Designed.
Firm: Heydays, Oslo, Norway
Christmas by Colour is a not-for-profit exploration into the colours that shape our Christmas.
Firm: Raw Design Studio, Salford, Manchester, UK
Damn Good — a great book if you want some design inspiration. The work between the covers spans 35 countries, and features many more designers and studios than those listed in the above image.
More recommended books here.