Ecobranding is a design process with sustainability and inclusion criteria, and we prove it!

“Could big brands help preserve the environment just by slightly changing their logos? French graphic designer Sylvain Boyer thinks so, and he’s started a project to demonstrate it” CNN


We design impactful brand design with low carbon impact.

Paris 2024, a game changer design

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“Probably the biggest new logo release”

Creative Review

Ecobranding, a design process for a sustainable future

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“Designer tweaks famous logos to use less ink”


Citeo, low carbon brand identity

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“Inside One Designer’s Plan to Make Brand Logos More Eco-Friendly”


Inventing Dark Mode design, and inspire the world

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“One reason that Boyer’s (Ecobranding) concept is so enticing is that it doesn’t feel like we’re sacrificing all that much to save what might add up to hours of battery life per charge”

Fast Company

Founding Tissuni and designing the most eco-friendly dress

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“It was white, but Tissuni called it the “little green dress,” winking at the sustainability inherent in making one’s own clothes at home.”

The New York Times

Ecobranding CMYK Color Guide to use less ink simply

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“New colour ranges, new typographic uses, new interfaces… Ecobranding is a movement, a new design philosophy.”