Lisa Vorce Co. Branding by Device Creative Collaborative

Sophisticated graphic design and brand development by Device Creative Collaborative for event planner Lisa Vorce.

That’s the kind of projects that really stand out! The team of Device Creative Collaborative, a Winston-Salem, NC, USA based graphic studio was commissioned to develop a sophisticated and suitable brand identity for Lisa Vorce Co. The experienced event planner asked for a visual language that reflects her sense of style with an “European-flavored” elegant touch.

Lisa Vorce is often booked by celebrities and high-level personalities to plan those kinds of events that will remain unforgettable. Her work requires a lot of creativity and perfection. This absolute perfection was also the maxim of the design team that worked on Lisa Vorce’s new brand identity. They wanted to create something that truly reflects this creative spirit as well as the outstanding sense of something special.

Branding and graphic design by Device Creative Collaborative for event planner Lisa Vorce.
Branding and graphic design by Device Creative Collaborative for event planner Lisa Vorce.

Gold foiling and metallic inks were used to create a touch of Parisian décor. Only finest materials were chosen such as Crane Lettra paper, which provides a special feel and a high-quality appearance. The typography is based on bold and clean fonts with a large letter spacing. Lisa Vorce’ new brand identity is reminiscent of artisanal boutiques or small but noble European cafes from the late 19th and 20th century. Device Creative Collaborative developed a range of branding materials as well as a stationery set. You can see more of it below or visit the website of the Winston-Salem based graphic design studio. Their portfolio includes much more outstanding designs.

The graphic work included a lot of lovely designed printed products.
The graphic work included a lot of lovely designed printed products.
Only finest materials were used for the entire print collection.
Only finest materials were used for the entire print collection.
Close up of the good workmanship.
Close up of the good workmanship. The design team decided to use gold foiling and metallic inks to create a touch of Parisian décor.

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