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iCandy Design Studio

Boutique Agency | Shanghai

iCandy VI Portfolio

Here are couple identity projects developed by iCandy Design studio in the past 12 years.

  • Backyard Cafe is a laid-back place with solarium, black pillars, nice outdoor seats and a real backyard filled with leafy bamboo trees. We came up with name after we saw the yard, then started with the logo and finished the whole V.I. and website in six months. This illustration played a strong role in this visual identity, since it creates the feeling of a tropical garden.

  • Backyard Cafe is a laid-back place with solarium, black pillars, nice outdoor seats and a real backyard filled with leafy bamboo trees. We came up with name after we saw the yard, then started with the logo and finished the whole V.I. and website in six months. This illustration played a strong role in this visual identity, since it creates the feeling of a tropical garden. The cafe was closed in 2006, here is the demo site: http://www.icandydesign.cn/backyard_website/INDEX.HTM

  • Backyard Cafe is a laid-back place with solarium, black pillars, nice outdoor seats and a real backyard filled with leafy bamboo trees. We came up with name after we saw the yard, then started with the logo and finished the whole V.I. and website in six months. This illustration played a strong role in this visual identity, since it creates the feeling of a tropical garden.

  • Architect L.E.Hudec designed 65 buildings in Shanghai from 1925-1947. We were commissioned to design the VI system for the year of Hudec in 2008, by the Hungarian Consulate in Shanghai. The logo was a redesign of his old chop (stamp), and the main visual was a collage of his buildings with a decorative background composed of a sketch of his floor tiles. The use of craft-paper creates a feeling of nostalgia, for both the map and exhibition ticket. The website design also follows the same color scheme.

  • Architect L.E.Hudec designed 65 buildings in Shanghai from 1925-1947. We were commissioned to design the VI system for the year of Hudec in 2008, by the Hungarian Consulate in Shanghai. The logo was a redesign of his old chop (stamp), and the main visual was a collage of his buildings with a decorative background composed of a sketch of his floor tiles. The use of craft-paper creates a feeling of nostalgia, for both the map and exhibition ticket. The website design also follows the same color scheme.

  • Architect L.E.Hudec designed 65 buildings in Shanghai from 1925-1947. We were commissioned to design the VI system for the year of Hudec in 2008, by the Hungarian Consulate in Shanghai. The logo was a redesign of his old chop (stamp), and the main visual was a collage of his buildings with a decorative background composed of a sketch of his floor tiles. The use of craft-paper creates a feeling of nostalgia, for both the map and exhibition ticket. The website design also follows the same color scheme.

  • Architect L.E.Hudec designed 65 buildings in Shanghai from 1925-1947. We were commissioned to design the VI system for the year of Hudec in 2008, by the Hungarian Consulate in Shanghai. The logo was a redesign of his old chop (stamp), and the main visual was a collage of his buildings with a decorative background composed of a sketch of his floor tiles. The use of craft-paper creates a feeling of nostalgia, for both the map and exhibition ticket. The website design also follows the same color scheme.

  • Architect L.E.Hudec designed 65 buildings in Shanghai from 1925-1947. We were commissioned to design the VI system for the year of Hudec in 2008, by the Hungarian Consulate in Shanghai. The logo was a redesign of his old chop (stamp), and the main visual was a collage of his buildings with a decorative background composed of a sketch of his floor tiles. The use of craft-paper creates a feeling of nostalgia, for both the map and exhibition ticket. The website design also follows the same color scheme.

  • We were commissioned to design T-shirt for the opening of UNIQLO's flagship store in Shanghai in 2010; the series is called SHANGHAI POP CULTURE. Our limited edition T-shirts sold out within one month after the store opened. Collaborated with Office 339.

  • We were commissioned to design T-shirt for the opening of UNIQLO's flagship store in Shanghai in 2010; the series is called SHANGHAI POP CULTURE. Our limited edition T-shirts sold out within one month after the store opened. Collaborated with Office 339.

  • We were commissioned to design T-shirt for the opening of UNIQLO's flagship store in Shanghai in 2010; the series is called SHANGHAI POP CULTURE. Our limited edition T-shirts sold out within one month after the store opened. Collaborated with Office 339.

  • We were commissioned to design T-shirt for the opening of UNIQLO's flagship store in Shanghai in 2010; the series is called SHANGHAI POP CULTURE. Our limited edition T-shirts sold out within one month after the store opened. Collaborated with Office 339.

  • The dots represent the different elements of the cuisine, while the bright colors make it fresh. At the time nobody had any idea that this simple eatery, Element Fresh, would become so popular, otherwise we would have asked for a lot more money for this logo;)

  • The dots represent the different elements of the cuisine, while the bright colors make it fresh. At the time nobody had any idea that this simple eatery, Element Fresh, would become so popular, otherwise we would have asked for a lot more money for this logo;)