Tropic makes tropical crops easier to cultivate, healthier and more sustainable. The previous brand leant heavily into the technological and scientific aspects of their work, but we’ve repositioned them as a business working at the forefront of food security. The new brand celebrates their commitment to tropical farmers, and their work feeding growing global populations.
Say goodbye to bad DIY. To garden shame. To bodging it. Airtasker is the place that gives you the power to get things done, by connecting you to a crew of people with the skills you need.
Meridian is challenging preconceived notions of haircare. We built a system that champions body positivity and inclusivity, owning the idea of revamping your routine and your relationship with hair—everywhere.
Replay is a genome writing company, one that’s defining the future of gene therapy through the writing and delivery of big DNA. We dissected their brand into a new strategy, story, look, feel and web experience; all revolving around ‘reprogramming biology to solve life’s greatest puzzles’.
In a pay-to-win world where you’re often locked to your console—and your console only—Elodie designs games for people, not platforms. With the gaming meta historically being explosion-heavy and war-torn, Elodie subverts the expected by creating an ecosystem that’s easy for anyone to hop into on any gaming device.
Bolt’s shockingly simple checkout means no more abandoned carts, and way more lightning-fast shopping. Check out our energetic new brand for Bolt now!
WhatsApp is not a social media tool. It’s a secure, intimate product designed to give anyone—anywhere in the world—the ability to connect and enact change. We partnered with WhatsApp to evolve their brand, developing a universal design system that deepens the connection between product experience and marketing.
It’s time for something new. Our New York studio is a continuation of our vision to build the world’s most iconic brands, in the world’s most iconic places. Join us → NYC@koto.studio
Boxy is the automated grocery store in a shipping container that’s popping up all over France. We collaborated with Boxy’s founding team on a brand strategy, tone of voice and visual identity that communicates the magical convenience of the Boxy experience.
Well+Being, the new personal health section from The Washington Post, provides some much-needed clarity in a sea of uncertainty with articles from trusted neuroscientists, psychologists, nutritionists, doctors, and more. We created a campaign that cleared out the clutter and made room for the experts.
Ecosia is the search engine that plants trees. We helped them with a rebrand that emphasized ‘never neutral’ – an identity that inspires positive action for the planet. As our partnership grew, we also helped plant 20,000 new trees.
Every good name should start with a story. It makes the name feel meaningful; transforming it from letters on a page into something that can really capture the imagination.
To make the Polkadot rebrand feel as open source as possible, we worked with their elected participants to define two creative routes. Members of the Polkadot community then voted on-chain to decide the final brand execution.
Meati is a delicious meat alternative derived from mycelium: a nutrient-rich mushroom root that makes you feel good about what you’re putting into your body. Together, we built a brand inspired by the idea of good energy, positioning Meati as radiating positivity, and a rallying cry for a healthy planet.
For Misfits, we created a new look that raises the bar. A brand system jam-packed with plant-powered, sustainable, chewable energy, for a snacc choc-full of flavor.
Z League is an online platform for people who love to play games, and play to win. We partnered with them to build a brand that positions Z League as the destination for fun, competitive play, where it’s truly anyone’s game.
Netflix approached us to inject graphic cinematic language across their product experience and beyond. We evolved their previous system by connecting iconography, typography, and illustration to roots within the cinematic universe, referencing effects and techniques reminiscent of the filmmaking process—in a way that feels immediately Netflix.