Address: Amagertorv 9, København K
Kursiv is an independent design studio founded by Peter Graabæk offering research-based, systematic and effective graphic design and communications. Everyday objective is in creating simple marks, symbols, logos and letters for immediate brand recognition. Always going the extra mile to make a good idea work the slightest bit better. Always for you, the client.
Design which through simple means expresses the firm’s wealth of ideas, honesty and refreshingly unconventional attitude to the way that design should work, and what design is about.
— Jury, Danish Design Centre
Creative Circle Award 2015, winner type design, bronze award. Designpreis Deutschland 2010, winner, silver award. Winners selected among designs already awarded with a national or international design prize. The Danish Design Prize 2008/09, winner. British Design & Art Direction Global Awards 2006, winner In-Book - Best of the year. British Design & Art Direction Awards 2003, winner In-Book - Best of the year. The Danish Design Prize 2003, nomination. Japan Industrial Design Promotion Organization. Danish Design Prize + Danish Inspiration Today, Tokyo 2004. World Best Design Exchange, Seoul 2003.
Does not always have to be the Swiss classic. German design magazine PAGE picks Forbury as one of five fresh alternatives for more individuality.
The Forbury typeface is showcased in the cool German design magazine PAGE 06.2015 as a “prima Helvetica-Alternative”.
Los Logos 7
Two new logo designs in Los Logos 7
Honoured to be featured with the logo design for European Holiday Home Association and Form:lab in Los Logos 7, the world reference on contemporary logo design by Gestalten.
The logo ‘Voksevaerk’ wins of The Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany 2010
PRIZE OF PRIZES
Out of more than 1,200 nominated entries the jury selected 5 gold and 18 silver winners in the categorie product design and 5 gold and 17 silver winners in communication design. Herewith the winners receive the most valuable competitive differentiator in the design area. No other Design Award sets its entrants such a strict criterion. Because of this it is known as the “Prize of Prizes
The Danish Design Prize 2008/09
The logo ‘Voksevaerk’ awarded The Danish Design Prize
“The Logo ‘Voksevaerk’ for Copenhagen Natureschools is a very successful and vibrant graphic design. The design simultaneously expresses openness and structured form, which provides flexibility of usage in a wide range contexts without compromising on recognizability. The logo appears more like a pattern than the classic stand-alone icon. The fractal-like pattern lets the logo blend naturally into its surroundings, where it may either stand alone or appear as shapes, endlessly growing and repeating themselves”.
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