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One To Be designed by Coast

Logo and pastel coloured envelopes created by Coast for furniture design and manufacturing workshop One To Be

One To Be is a Brussels based furniture design and manufacturing workshop that crafts custom wood pieces for residential refurbishments, bespoke kitchens, office and retail spaces, exhibitions, art installations and one-off pieces for private individuals. The workshop’s visual identity, a logo-centric solution executed across dyed uncoated paper choices by design agency Coast, is straightforward in its presentation of craft, functionality and individuality.

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MediaCreator designed by Lundgren+Lindqvist

Logo and stationery with fluorescent green ink detail designed by Lundgren+Lindqvist for Swedish print production and project management company MediaCreator

Media Creator is a Swedish print production and project management company that utilises a flexible web-based system that pairs a ‘intuitive computerized system’ and translation service, with ‘alert’ and ‘friendly’ staff to streamline their entire print process.

Utilising a predominantly two-tone colour palette, san-serif typography and bright contemporary illustrative detail, MediaCreator’s new visual identity, which included a new logo, stationery set and website created by design bureau Lundgren+Lindqvist, balances production efficiency with individual character and infuses it with a sense of support and accessibility.

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Cheap Labor designed by Sciencewerk

Logo and stationery designed by Sciencewerk for Cheap Labor

Cheap Labor is a self-initiated project, founded by the designers and artists of Indonesian independent design studio Sciencewerk, that began as a place to create experimental objects and packaging, then as a space to clear their warehouse of antiques, classic paintings, sculptures and objects collected during their travels and finally as a trading site to sell handcrafted items. Cheap Labor’s visual identity, developed in-house by Sciencewerk, utilises cut wood, unbleached paper and card, plenty of white space and classic sans-serif typography to convey the crafted, fashionable and timeless nature of the products.

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