This week we’ve continued working on the identity for an organization supporting manufacturing and industrial services businesses in North Brooklyn. For this project, we’ve drawn inspiration from the structure of the Williamsburg Bridge and developed visual elements that convey themes of strength, support, and connectivity. As we collaborate with our clients, we’ve been sharing our progress throughout this project on Dribbble and Instagram, and the winning logo will be unveiled soon. We’ve also uploaded and refreshed lots of our latest web work on our site as well as our Behance page. Check it out!
Links that Inspired Us This Week
- Jessica Hische’s gorgeous design for this year’s Valentine USPS stamp
- The radical redesign of Canada’s passports, ready to par-ty
- A successful and thoughtful solution in this “wild” rebrand for Destination British Columbia
Around the Neighborhood
Like most New York City design teams, we love a good happy hour. So why limit them to early weekday evenings? We recently learned about Happy Any Hour, a new, free app that can make any hour a happy one at participating bars. This is news you can use in our neck of the woods— thus far its only Brooklyn availability is in Fort Greene, Wililamsburg and East Wiliamsburg. Put it into action this weekend if you’re not willing to let potentially gross weather hold you back.