Founded in 2010 by Johan Debit and Jean-Rémi Massery, Brand Brothers is a design studio that practices graphic and typographic experimentation in the service of visual identity and branding matters.

We think of our projects as functional and useful systems, which combine high standards and honesty of content and form.

 

Losanje is a brand created with the goal of defining the most virtuous production model possible for the planet, while exceeding the current limits of upcycled clothing production. A brand that reflects what upcycling should become: accessible in terms of style, timeless while remaining trendy, and that offers the same customer experience as buying a new garment. Responsible clothing, using only second-hand clothes and textiles (sheets, curtains, etc.) as raw materials. Created in Nevers, the Losanje workshop is located in a former car garage, which was also the former printing site for many Nevers-based brands.

Brand Brothers was approached by the founder of Losanje to offer the brand a complete redesign of its graphic identity. We opted for a raw but appealing approach, based on a typeface entirely designed for the occasion, alternating between upper case for consonants and lower case for vowels. The monogram takes the opposite of the classical intentions, forming an eye on the base of the typogram. A collection of signs on a similar basis is thus to be born, which will be made in embroidery. The new identity was deployed on various materials during the winter of 2022, and was inaugurated on the spring collection.

 

 

Mattia Zingale also know as Mazzzzinga, is an Italian graphic designer based in Sicily. He is specialized in brand design, packaging and editorial projects.

 

 

Monday 28 is a fashion concept store Sicily based. It consist of men’s and woman fashion apparel and a section dedicated to housewares and electronics with a cozy industrial-white interior design that researches and selects the best possible goods that would suit the customer’s needs, making their live an innovative and engaging shopping experience and cooperating with a vast number of worldwide brands.

 

 

 

 

People-pleasing is boring, passive and inauthentic. Carla creates influential and provocative brand experiences by challenging people to make bold and unconventional statements that acknowledge current social tension, cultivating meaningful connections between progressive brands and socially conscious audiences with high expectations. Working as an independent freelance designer and art director, Carla works predominantly with beauty, fashion, food and lifestyle brands from all around the globe. With an extensive creative network, Carla forms specialist teams that cater to the individual needs of her clients, resulting in strong collaborations and more impactful results. From conception to outcome, Carla uses finely-tuned processes in conceptual design and strategic thinking to execute on aesthetically striking visual identity systems, boutique packaging and thought-provoking advertising.

We all have too many tabs open in our browsers and in our brains. In an increasingly overstimulated world overwhelmed with mental noise and constant online bombardment, Mort & Max is a CBD sparkling water beverage created by two brothers targeted at busy creative professionals who are over-stimulated and over-caffeinated. Mort & Max’s mission is to help creatives make space for journalling and pave their way forwards in an increasingly backwards world.

 

From the brand language through to packaging and campaign design, we needed to create something unapologetic, audacious and forward-thinking to stand out from the increasing number of CBD products in the drink aisle. The brand needed an identity that would speak to people immediately and entice a unique and tailored brand experience through outspoken and unmissable typography and color.

 

Centering the logo mark as the hero of the brand, the brand identity uses forthright and loud typography combined with a mixture of san serif and serif typefaces for secondary typography, visually communicating motion and a positive shift forward for consumers within their working and personal lives. The brand typography is paired with a bright color palette that boasts confidence, clarity and empowerment to the masses of overwhelmed creatives with the masses of wrong products available to them.

 

 

Supernulla Creative Studio is born from the friendship between Marcello Raffo, Nicolò Tromben and Marco Venturi.

They met each other in Ferrara, Italy, where they graduated in product design at the local university. After a few years of experiences in graphic design between Porto, Venezia and Ravenna, they decided to run their own graphic design studio in January 2020. They were smart working before it was cool, working together from their homes in Thiene, Vicenza and Lugo. Supernulla creative studio is specialised in Brand Identity, Editorial Design, Motion Design and Illustration.


SUPERNULLA VISUAL IDENTITY


The studio took the name Supernulla (literally “super-nothing”, in English) for the fascination of the members for the contrast between everything and nothing, absolute and relative.

The concept of the studio identity couldn’t step away from these ideas. Typography with minimal attitude aside flat surfaces in black or white (all and nothing), contrast and harmony. Finally, a wireframe black hole, as an icon of the meaning of the name.

FAILED TO SYNCHRONISE

Inspired by the very specific context of  Fabbrica Altra and the people the artist has met, Marie Lelouche develops a set of works all assembled in an exhibition named “Failed to Synchronise”.

Fabbrica Saccardo, with the help of Saverio Bonato, commissioned us to design the identity of the exhibition.

We developed two different poster formats and the explanatory papers, playing with images and typography recreating the message given by the exhibition title.

SUBPHONICS

Music event identity for SUBPHONICS Collective based in London, specialised in experimental electronic music.

BRONSON POSTER COLLECTION

The prolific collaboration with the Bronson universe led us to design different outputs for any of the fields of the entertaining company. Here’s a selection of posters we made for different music artists during the last two years.

Our work is not limited to poster design, but it also involves the complete package a live club, record label, bar and restaurant needs for the promotion of its image.

Thanks to this collaboration we have the occasion to get in touch with several international music artist and personalities.

SANDRO GROTTESCO TYPEFACE

Sandro Grottesco is a semi extended typeface family with three different weights (Light, Regular and Bold) and the relative italic versions. All the glyphs are designed with a big contrast between rigid and soft shapes to obtain a funny and dynamic personality. As others sans serif typefaces, Sandro is perfect to create artworks with big titles and strong hierarchy.

 

PALME DI MONTAGNA

Giorgio and Ivana are a couple. They have a very strong passion about nature and environmental issues that involve people in everyday life.

Together, they started to create nice terrariums, to bring the passion they have in common in their own house. Soon the passion became a mission: to bring their message to all the people that needs to feel closer to the nature, to restore a contact with it, even without leaving home.

Palme di Montagna is born.

They got us into this project asking to design the visual identity of this new brand, an identity that could pop out from the standards of the usual nature-centered brands.

Today on Bounty Hunters, Inês Ayer.

An independent graphic cabinet run by a humanist designer at heart with a 360º approach to problem solving. Using design as a society shifter, through visual identity, concept and community. A multidisciplinary collaborative practice.

From Lisbon to Anywhere.

The Challenge was to rethink the strategy, brand concept and visual identity for Iscte University.

Um Espaço para Crescer ( Space to grow ) as an idea to build the brand. An identity with shapes inspired by the campus lines, that creates a new and improved graphic language closer to the students, faculty and community. One space with multiple subjects and essential knowledge to society growth.

An on going project that unfolds on a 360º brand, from digital to print matter and various communication materials.

Strategy & Copy | Vasco Mendonça

Photography | João Drama

Video Production | WONDR

Today, on Bounty Hunters, Antonio Calvino.


Antonio Calvino started his business as a freelancer graphic designer in 2015, after working in an advertising studio and improving his field of expertise thanks to the studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Catania in Graphic Design / Business Communication.

Lover of reasoned simplicity and useful design, in 2019 opened his own studio that deals with art direction, branding and editorial design.

 

Skillrep, is a new brand of sunglasses, clothes and sports equipment, based In Texas, USA.

From the beginning the intent was to use the letters SR for the logo. After some initial proposals, together with the customer, we opted for the use of the negative space in the logo. This optical effect recalled in some way the optics and therefore the customer’s products, but this was not enough.

The definitive logo was immediately appreciated. It with a simple shape of an inclined rectangle, creates the S and the R and two triangles in negative, one above the other, which form an arrow in an upward direction, an enticement to overcome your limits and continue more and more up.

From the simple shapes of the logo, whole branding has been developed, with a pattern with a clear reference and a use of black and white in photographs with outlined subjects and the use of typography.