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M+ Screenings by Project Projects, United States

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding for Hong Kong festival M+ Screenings by Project Projects, United States

M+ Screenings is an event that showcases a diverse collection of work unified by one theme and single screen. It is an ongoing event that takes place over one weekend three times a year. The first of these, Visible Places, took place in mid-January at the Broadway Cinematheque, which is located within Hong Kong’s West Kowloon Cultural District, the second, Forty Years, in March, with the third to follow later this year.

Project Projects, a New York based graphic design studio that specialises in the art, architecture, education and cultural sectors, worked with M+ Screenings to devise a visual identity for its events that would unite a broad variety of print collateral and digital assets. These included, but not limited to, posters, flyers, program booklets, large-format billboards and online banners.

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Prism by Matchstic, United States

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding for American laminate brand Prism by Atlanta based graphic design studio Matchstic

Prism is a new thermally fused laminate brand from Arauco—a global manufacturer of sustainable wood products—created to appeal to the art and design market currently dominated by well-known brands. Arauco worked with American graphic design studio Matchstic to develop a brand identity for Prism that would communicate the value of a product often perceived as low-value within a market that often favours reclaimed woods and other solid materials.

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Huckleberry Roasters by Mast, United States

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Huckleberry is a Colorado-based coffee roaster established in 2011 by Koan Goedman and Mark Mann. Huckleberry worked with local graphic design studio Mast to rework their packaging in a way that would make the most of some well-established assets which included Mackey Saturday’s logotype, and would introduce more of the personality of its founder’s. This was achieved through the introduction of bright spot colours, geometric pattern in conjunction with the hand drawn logotype, playful copywriting, and a naming convention based on Goedman and Mann’s personal musical inspirations.

This post was updated October 2017 as Mast continue to work with the roastery refining visual identity, introducing a new animated logo, calligraphic logotype, and colourful merchandise.

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