Visual Identity / Web Design
Visual identity, web design and digital landscape proposal for CNTNR (pronounced "container"). A shipping container-turned-cabin nestled among bubblegum in the northeast coast town of Upper Scamander, about two hours east of Launceston, the sullenness deepens.
The exploration of CNTNR's new visual identity and new digital language is dynamic, fluid and distinctive. The design creates its own specific environment which, however, has a logical connection to the spirit of the cabin.
Midnight black and gray are the reigning color schemes in this secluded Airbnb stay – lining the exterior, lining the kitchen cabinets, and shining on the bathroom tiles.
Angel de la Iglesia
Ángel de la Iglesia is a photographer and filmmaker from the Basque Country. He started out specializing in sports photography but his sensitivity to composition and color has led him to be increasingly present in fashion editorial publications.
For this work, I took his own photographic work as a reference. The choice of typography, color palette and other elements determine the solid and direct character of this identity, closely related to Angel's personality and approach to work.
The result is a strong identity with a bold personality.