"Our proposal takes inspiration in the legends of the dragon who guards his jewels in a dark cave. B.O.I.D’s logo is based on traditional European heraldic dragon images but stylised by adding sharp edges and little angularity common for cave stones. The idea of the hidden and guarded gold was implemented by designing triplex business cards (black-gold-black) and small gold accents applied to other mediums using foil block stamping technology. Each new journal project corresponds to a golden coin in the dragon’s treasury."
You maybe already familiar with Eskimo studio (with Pavel Emelyanov as a Creative director). Based in St Petersburg they gained a lot of attention on Behance and creative blogs due to their genius way of presenting the identity cases. The latest one, to grab our attention, is a complex branding work made for online store DEERZ. Credits: art-director — Pavel Emelyanov manager — Denis Gluschenko photographer — Anatoly Vasiliev photo set — Pavel Emelyanov, Maria Sinutina
The way you present your design project or concept is a half of success. Russian brand designer Pavel Emelyanov following this golden rule every time he rolls out another mouthwatering example of branding. This time a small chain of italian cuisine restaurants were lucky enough to get their graphic face from the most successful Russian identity art director Pavel Emelyanov.
A third work by Pavel Emelyanov on our pages that we can't wait to share with you. This time it's a branding design for Eskimo (yes: wood, hot emboss, paper and suede). Even it is handicraft made in few copies the work itself is professional and balanced.
Russian typographer Pavel Emelyanov (from Murmansk city) is back to the roots. His woodcut letterpress calendar beside the unique way of copying has an ultimate way to change months by reordering wooden elements. Don't miss a video at the end of the post.