First of all, it’s all about you!
If you’re here, it’s probably because you want to become a brand.
But you don’t want to be just any old brand… you want to be a well-known brand, one that everyone knows, remembers, loves and most importantly chooses to use, over and over again.
Becoming that sort of brand is no easy task, as we’re sure you already know. To do it right, you’ve got to touch, stimulate and excite the minds of your audience — to delight them!
Here’s where we come in.
We believe that to really excite your audience or anyone else for that matter, we the designers need to get excited ourselves. And nothing gets our juices flowing like creating a new visual language.
At Studio Gur we form a deep bond with our customers. We work side by side with you, until we understand the bits and bolts of your business. We delve into your industry, target audience, main value proposition and your differentiators until we’ve synthesized a powerful, memorable visual expression that encompasses it all.
Our process begins with the creation of a strong visual concept, one that encapsulates the essence of your business in a modern, refreshing style. This concept sets the tone for the look and feel of the portfolio of marketing materials that we create for you: print and digital ads, business cards, brochures, tags, packaging, applications, websites, social media assets and anything else you need for your ‘visual ID card’.
It’s oh so nice to make your acquaintance.
I’m Itamar Gur and I’ve led the studio for the last 20 years. We specialize in branding for all types of businesses and organizations while also focusing on expo stand design for both local and international expositions.
If that weren’t enough, I also lecture on design, branding and innovation at leading academic institutions across Israel, including: Tel Hai College, The Business College, The College of Management, The Israeli Animation College, Rupin, Sapir and Prog House (considered to be the most prestigious religious, Haredi college for design and visual communication in Israel).
But most importantly, the team and I really love people. We see every new project as an exciting journey and an opportunity to help a business or organization grow and succeed.
And here’s a bit more ‘name dropping’ of businesses large and small, public and private, that we’ve had the pleasure of working with…
More than 47 wineries, breweries and distilleries including: Margalilt Winery, Barkan Winery, Segal Winery, Netofa Winery, Tanya Winery, Julius Distillery and more.
Tel Aviv Municipality, Kenes International, Teva, the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC Herzliya) and many, many others.