“The studio was formed by Australian designer Phoebe Glasfurd and Canadian producer Aren Fieldwalker in early 2007. Our goal is simple: empower clients with relevant, innovative, high quality work that helps their business flourish… We offer multi-disciplinary, conceptual and graphic design services and innovative brand communication solutions.” — Glasfurd & Walker
“The Silver Star is a unique story about a iconic railway car’s journey from the American midwest to the remote Pilbara region of West Australia.
Glasfurd & Walker designed a bound publication documenting the history of the Silver Star railway car as part the renowned Zephyr line in the 40’s and 50’s in America before being brought over to Australia in the later 60’s, and finally it’s near miss with decommissioning before being transported to the Pilbara Region in West Australia.
The Silver Star’s final incarnation is as a completely refit cafe situated in the heart of Port Hedland.
Along with designing the invitation for the grand opening of the new Silver Star, Glasfurd & Walker also designed the identity and stationery for the cafe itself.”
“Established in 2011, Beta 5 creates small batch, artisanal chocolates, confectionery, baked goods and preserves. Glasfurd & Walker have worked with Beta 5 to create their identity and packaging for their core range and seasonal products.
The name, Beta 5, comes from the form-5 beta crystal structure which is the most stable form of cocoa butter crystallization, formed through the controlled melting, and subsequent cooling (tempering) of liquid chocolate. As a result, the identity reflects this approach to the chocolate making process - a careful blend of science and craftsmanship.
The packaging design was a carefully considered and executed aspect of the brand development. Understated and refined, the packaging doesn’t distract from beauty and vibrancy of the products inside them which are an exciting discovery.”
“Identity and brand design for Gastown’s latest addition to the neighbourhood, Meat & Bread.
The studio was approached to create a strong, masculine identity and brand design which communicates the restaurant’s simple and uncomplicated offer.
With a focus on a daily roasted meat, a visual system was needed to communicate what was on offer each day. For this, a series of icons was created which complimented the core logo and extended the identity onto packaging for products and take out.
The design had to be clean and minimal with a timeless aspect to the identity without feeling “retro”. Strength through simplicity was the ultimate mandate.”
“The Dirty Apron’s Delicatessen offers hot lunches, gourmet sandwiches, take-home carvery meals, deli meats, local BC Cheeses, fresh flowers, and specialty ingredients and products.
Glasfurd & Walker were commissioned to design all packaging and promotional items for the Delicatessen. From bread bags, shopping bags and tape to gift boxes, lunch boxes and products on the shelves.”
Visit the Glasfurd & Walker website to view more of their projects.
“Designer and visual artist. Currently the architecture, design and graphic design are his workfields.”
“Identity and webdesign for a small family lampshade company. Their lampshades are made of several materials (silk, paper, feather, bead, etc.) and technology by their hands.”
“Vállalkozók Rácalmási Egyesület / Entrepreneurial Association of Racalmas / logo / trade mark label”
“The brand identity is a reflection of the company’s name and the industry it is in. The pattern is the result of hand drawing, that looks like the surface of a disc. This idea was further developped into many more variations. The finalized brand identity is a complex reflection of the record publishing company’s areas of operation, and at the same time presents the possibility of going even further. The design was not purchased due to insufficient finances.”
“Synthesis Design + Architecture was founded by Alvin Huang in london. This is your first identity concept. The logo is built of elements, it reflects the meaning of the word synthesis. Thank you for Imprvd Design Agency (Remo Kommnick and David Ottlik), that gives scope for me abilities.”
“Hautemuse magazine is a new qatari fashion magazine. I wanted to design a logotype, which is classic like vogue, or harper’s bazaar, but more fresh. This is only a concept.”
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