The folks over at Studio P+P just shared a beautiful branding and visual identity project. This time it was not for a client but for themselves, which makes it eve harder to pull it off in my opinion.
Alessandro Giua shared a branding and editorial design for Mohd, a worldwide leading company in luxury furniture and design, offering the best selection of international design and exclusive interior design services, both online and through their physical showrooms in Italy.
They’ve pulled together distinctive stories to communicate the brand in a charming and cultured way using the power of storytelling and differentiating Mohd from the competition creating a book, a proper manifesto that builds the brand chapter by chapter, using a warm, confidential, ironic tone of voice. All the stories have been spread consistently across several channels, including an immersive storytelling digital experience, and social media.
The new positioning has been communicated through an integrated advertising campaign using the new visual language, a punchy color, a bold graphic style, and clear messaging. Other materials have been designed for the showroom opening: merch, a company profile, and a poster, a homage to the creativity and genius of the design companies and designers of the 1960s, combining one of the most creative and playful slogans of the French “May 68”, and some of the most iconic and innovative products of those years, especially Italian.