a small amendment to the english language —
a branding story.
The problem started with a cultural gap. Our design firm’s name lends easily to misspelling for non-German speakers. Many emails to us in the past were usurped by the Mailer Demon, stealing viable business away with a soundless snicker.
We designed a logo that teaches English speakers how to spell our name, and in turn, approhpriated any oh sounds we so please.
These stamps were devised for our one year anniversary. “No” was reserved for anyone under 21.
- concept, infographic, web design, Livedata, interactive, timeline engineering
The goal for our identity: mesh German design with NY style. NYC subway meets German flag. We added an inverse red to rule out overly patriotic impressions.
Over the years, we’ve discovered new ways to keep making our mark. Enjoy.
Magnet art / party invite
for the Office 2.oh opening party
We published these matte brochures as promotional materials. Varnished with graphs and infographics, they tell of our then-recent work. At one point, we had taken on a project at an hourly rate of 3.11 USD (rounded up).
This material proves that we need your business.
Go ahead. Make a mess of our office.
Our holiday card. We still don't tire of it.
Yet another space, this time with a
Manhattan skyline view.
Design / Typeface
We aim to communicate what’s important to us:
I am still hereFlorianTyped in. Here