Brave Forward! The word “Pexio” means “fish” from Galicia (Spain). Wearing “Pexio” products feels like the freedom and comfort of fish swimming and brings you an innovative and unique design. Brave self-confidence is the feature of modern women.
First energy – Superspeed The unicorn was chosen by Scotland as the image of the Royal House, a mythical animal from medieval legends that places CKG Power as a leader in the industry sector. The unicorn looks like a horse but is taller, bigger and with a magical horn coming out from the head that symbolizes a more powerful energy and faster speed that gives your beloved vehicle a full horsepower.
Targeting serious male players who love high-end gaming gadgets, the Torque name stood out in the naming process because it resonated best with its target audience and was broad and strong enough to build a connection to future products. To make the name even more unique in a crowded marketplace, CRE8 chose an abbreviated, hip form of the name: TORQ. CRE8’s graphic design team designed a brand new typeface for the logo to match, making sure that spacing, ratios, and each angle of the alphabet were fine-tuned to reflect the sophistication of the product offering. A high-energy silver and red color scheme infuses the packaging with an exciting feel.
WG1P possesses the capability of wireless data transmission and sharing which can connect with your mobile device
DIY model-making has never been so thrilling.
turning sheer concepts into tangible components vital to “technology-infused bikes.” Each component is an essential piece of innovation, a material and spiritual contribution from the designer to the work, as well as a reflection the IBDC’s core values in R&D.
FO-1103-P is an dexterous pendant light, the lamp body could flip up to 180˚ and rotated downward 15 ˚.
For the logo, CRE8’s team came up with a concept using concentric circles to symbolize the planets and the universe. The extension of the circles also embodies infinite possibilities and imbues the logo with a more profound meaning.
Sophie Hong advocates: “making right clothes for right people; wearing right dress at right time.”