We previously featured creative envelope designs to showcase how companies can extend their branding efforts to print. The examples in this post however, encompasses a larger scope. These are identity designs for the purpose of branding, and they take a life of their own.
Using clever color coordinations, these branding attempts extend to company logos, pens, envelopes, writing pads, postcards, booklets, CDs, letterhead, business cards, ink stamps, and even mobile apps. It almost makes you want to design your own range of corporate identity, doesn’t it?
Here are 20 ways companies are using their stationery for creative branding purposes. Name your favorites!
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SmashingNico by Nico Lopez
Self Promotion by Heidi Aalerud
Daisy Bank Soap Co. by Passport, Jonathan Finch, and Rosalind Stoughton
Melody / Arguile Identity by Jonny Delap
Visualworx by ATMO Designstudio
The Argonaut by Dawson Beggs
Self Promotion / Stationery by Genevieve Dennis
Stationery / Branding Mock-Up by infostyle.itembridge
Engler Studio Identity by Eight Hour Day
Personal Mailer by Peter Childs
BONSDESIGN by Leonardo Zakour, Gabriel Pollack, BONS
LIFE SHIELD SHELTERS by Lauren Coleman
Spencer’s Crossing by Jennifer Springman
Squirl Corporate Identity by squirl.
Platform (Brand) by Tim Smith
Chomp Identity by Logan Johnson
Union by Catherine McLeod, DAVE RODGERS, and Northink
Wanderlust by Foreign Policy
Branding / Identity Mockup by BlueMonkeyLab
Multi-Dimension Branding / Identity Mock-Up IV by yogurt86