Mục Đồng restaurant
We unified the elements of visual communication of this Vietnamese restaurant in the centre of Prague. The menu is presented in a hardback cover with foil stamping. The inner pages can be easily taken out of the cover and their design is complemented by pictures of chosen meals. The graphic style of the restaurant is supported by elegant window stickers and other applications.
The new identity of Frýdek≈Místek
Winning concept selected in a two-round competition held by the city. Frýdek≈Místek is divided by a river into two parts of approximately the same size; the city lies on the Moravian-Silesian border. Different variations of a typographic play were used to form the visual style of the city and its institutions. The design was awarded a bronze Louskáček.
We designed set of basic and luxury labels with metallic design for the line of fine pâtés. The logo was created in cooperation with calligrapher Karolína Stryková.
25 years of the Internet in the Czech Republic
In 1992, the Czech Republic was officially connected to the World Wide Web: the Internet. Nearly 25 years later, we tried out the technique of overprinting metallic foils on the VIP invitations for Seznam.cz.
Visual style of the city of Příbram
The winning design for Příbram, a city with a rich history of mining, situated in the Central Bohemian Region. A simplified version of the coat of arms of Příbram is the guideline for a wide range of pictograms and principles of shared identity of municipal institutions. This work was awarded a bronze Louskáček. Magazine Kahan is a two-times winner of The Best City Newsletter of the Year award.
Let’s have a cake!
A gift box for the Austrian company Europapier. It was designed to promote the sale of cardboard certified for food contact. Playful typography and colourful raster patterns are organized into interconnected sections. What about studying them more closely while enjoying a delicious piece of cake?
The zigzag line raster pattern on the gift box creates an optical illusion of an irregular crystal shape. The lid is stamped with hot foil and follows the same graphic pattern. The blue and silver design looks well on white cardboard, whereas the red and gold version pairs well with Ivory IQ selection cream paper. And what is inside? A little gift for Europapier customers: a small bag of quality Alpine salt.
Visual identity of NIX.CZ
The axisymmetric letter X represents the bustling intersection of the Czech Internet. Visual identity of the NIX.CZ association is based on graphic representation using moving geometric compositions and colour codes characteristic for the Czech and Slovak headquarters.
The cover of the Font magazine
Our design combines the main topic of the issue — Energy — and the presentation of a new line of Schoellershammer recycled papers. The magazine was printed on an offset press, using black and opaque white ink. The final look was accomplished by engraving and laser cutting.
Recycling meets design
A series of creative materials promoting new recycled paper on the Czech market. When flipping through the notebook, the paper “falls” into the bin in the down-left corner. The production techniques used were screen printing and punching.