We immerse ourselves in the products of our clients making them ours, which leads us not only to show these products in the best possible way, but also to offer proposals for design, creation or updating of these products.
More than 10 years working with industrial designers has brought us a long experience working with products, which has led us to understand that graphic design does not walk alone, and that the result depends on the perfect coordination between product and its projected market image.
If we have ideas … Why not take advantage of them? Our work goes from the product update to its complete creation, especially promotional gift products.


Let your mobile rest.

Walking tired by a fair I glimpsed a beautiful puff of colors in one of the stands. I got to sit in one of them but the phone was still ringing. At that time I thought that my iPhone would also need a puff to rest.

Ideas come in the weirdest moments. We designed iPuffy, a cute mini mobile pouffe, made of several microfiber and eye-catching colors.

Future Toys PowerBank

Take your brand to the moon

We created this powerbank in the form of a space rocket. We tried to show how simple forms can be used to obtain very attractive results.


A ceramic mug for Christmas

We designed the graphics for this mug designed for Christmas promotions, leaving space at the top to print a brand. We wanted it to be very clean and elegant, so we used a Nordic style pattern. We created several designs and this was the chosen one.


You are in the cloud!

The “cloud” fashion is here to stay, or rather, the cloud may be abducting us all …, Do you really have nothing in any cloud yet?

Cloudy is a product line designed for Mid Ocean Brands, all in the form of a cloud. In this case we see the cloudy antistress that was produced in white and blue.

Ipsilon PowerBank

Your brand will be portrayed

Using a square base of powerbank, we create this nice camera of photos to which you can add a logo in relief. With matte rubber finish, it was a very nice piece that based on simple forms recreates a reflex camera.