No Filter Clothiers - Logo Concepts
Loft. Living. Refined.
At Last, Something Truly Beautiful
Not Your Grandfather's Office Park
Smart. Simple. Authentic.
The Canine Club
No Filter Clothiers - Logo ConceptsIn a world that aims to categorize, NoFilter defies convention. Our image has always been hard to define, and that is what we strive for. NoFilter is constantly evolving. It is a challenge for consumers and designers alike. A proposition to live outside the lines. The NoFilter brand began as an ongoing discussion amongst the inner circle of several prominent industry designers. In examining their upbringings, core values and philosophies, they came to a realization. Not one of them fit into any of the established categories that make up today’s fashion marketplace. NoFilter was born with one mission: To provide garments of the utmost individuality to those in this world who defy convention. Concept, Design and Copywriting - Adrian Bonvento
Loft. Living. Refined.The Pearl is a sophisticated, high-end residential building located on the banks of the Hudson River in Edgewater, NJ. The building itself was built by Skidmore Owings and Merrill in the 1950's and existed for many years, unbeknownst to the public, as Unilever's world research headquarters. The idea behind the logo was to convey the fact that this property truly was a hidden gem. Not only did every single residence have unobstructed views of Manhattan due to the building's existing layout, but additionally each boasted loft-style ceiling heights, refined luxury interiors and the latest finishes and appliances. The image of the Manhattan skyline inside the Pearl is an actual photograph taken from the rooftop of the building. Concept - Adrian BonventoPhotography - Adrian BonventoDesign - Sharon McLaughlin
At Last, Something Truly BeautifulTo introduce the Pearl to the brokerage community, which would be responsible for the majority of unit sales, we planned a grand opening event to be hosted in the Pearl's newly opened models.This custom box was created as both an event invitation and a mandatory ticket for entry. One of these boxes was secretively marked with a UV pen to identify the winner of the evening's grand prize: a Pearl Necklace from Tiffany. Concept - Adrian Bonvento & Sharon McLaughlinCopywriting - Adrian BonventoPhotography - Adrian BonventoDesign - Sharon McLaughlin Copy:at last something truly beautifulYou are formally invited to attend a private showing of the Pearl. You will be treated to an evening of cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and a sunset reception as you tour the interiors of what promises to become the Gold Coast’s most exclusive address. To RSVP visitthePearlNJ.com/Preview or call 203.661.0055 This box will serve as your ticket to entry and will provide you the opportunity to take home a select piece of Tiffany jewelry.
Not Your Grandfather's Office ParkThe original iPark Hudson logo first appeared in 1999. The logo pictured here is a modernization of that original design. Through slimming out the lines, utilizing a modern typeface, gently adjusting the color scheme and giving the "i" a more toned and prominent stature, we were able to breathe new life into an established brand and adapt it to a new generation of clients. This was achieved while maintaining the logo's ability to generate instant association with the brand which iPark has worked so hard to build over many years. Concept - Adrian BonventoDesign - Sharon McLaughlin
Smart. Simple. Authentic.This seal was created to aid in National Resources' ongoing efforts to convey its green practices and innovative construction techniques to its tenants, its purchasers and the public. Concept - Adrian BonventoCopywriting - Adrian BonventoDesign - Sharon McLaughlin Copy:National Resources Intelligent Design StandardSmart. Simple. Authentic.
The Canine ClubThe Canine Club is a private community for Hudson Harbor's dog owning residents. Two subtle touches were added to Hudson Harbor's well established sailboat logo to convey the Canine Club's place within the overall Hudson Harbor development. These additions were a dog in the bow of the boat, and a paw print on the orange sail. Concept - Adrian BonventoDesign - Sharon McLaughlin
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