Brand identity + Brand message design

Anything is possible

Be real. Be sincere. Let’s talk about what your new rebrand can say to the world. Ready, set. Let’s play. 

Learn, grow and explore through the process built in-house at Design Kompany. DK’s first few projects were in the 1990s but DK got serious and registered an LLC in Seattle in 2005. After a few ad hoc projects, branding became our focus. Now, it’s communication design. After a hiatus since 2014, DK reopened in March 2022.


Feature project: Kismuth Books 

Brand identity design + website for Kismuth Books

The brand identity design for Kismuth Books is pictured above. It started out as a Tumblr page for a while, but the years since 2012 have meant a lot of edits, updates, and sifting through the works that make the best sense to share in a curated set of stories. The big concept for this label is ‘uncertainty’. Risk-taking is a major theme for each and every one of the books that I published there.


Feature project: Atelier S P A C E 

Photos + installation by Van Tran / Atelier S P A C E 2021


About Atelier S P A C E. DK’s roving international zinemaking ateliers started in 2017. The big idea was to go, learn, discover, listen, and connect: deeply, not meaningfully. With new and different others. So as to put together the highlights of the best learning into a sequence of zines. Publishing every week, the project has been featured in zine festivals in Oulu, Melbourne, and San Francisco.

Atelier S P A C E’s closest collaborators have helped make these things happen. They include: Michael Bridgett Jr., Michael Tharamangalam, Van Tran, Anonymous, Quan Nguyen, A. Spaice, and Jas Plac. Under the vision and leadership of DK’s Dipika Kohli, the conversations began.

#spacethezine crowdfunding page



Design Kompany is open for commissions again in August, 2022.


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