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Egeran designed by Project Projects

Logo design by Project Projects for conceptual art gallery Egeran

“Owned by art dealer Suzanne Egeran and based in Istanbul, Egeran Galeri represents a mix of emerging and established artists, both Turkish and international, within a program rooted in traditions of conceptual art. Located on the coast of the Bosphorus strait and designed by Sanal Architecture, the gallery carries distinctive architectural characteristics, with diagonal walls that disrupt the space from a conventional geometry.”

“Taking these defining traits as a foundation for the Egeran identity system, Project Projects designed a wordmark which is itself comprised of modernist grotesque letterforms, each broken into delicate fragments by elegantly intersecting diagonals. Applied on front door signage, a stencil version based upon these custom typographic elements translates the graphic identity back to a physical, visceral dimension.” – Project Projects

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Solis designed by Richard Baird

Solis - Logo and stationery design by Richard Baird

Solis is the fashion label of Tel Aviv-based Lisa Grishakova, a women’s clothing designer who balances texture, colour and pattern to create her collections. The label’s new identity draws together and subtly conveys the high quality detailing of Lisa’s garments, the warmth and radiance of the brand name and familiar fashion sensibilities, through the combination of a weighty material choice, surface treatments, foil print finish and light, consistent, single line weight letters and illustration.

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The Clocksmiths designed by The Clocksmiths

Self-initiated logo and stationery design by The Clocksmiths

Established by Italian duo Giuditta Brusadelli and Augusto Arduini, The Clocksmiths is a graphic communication and brand identity design studio whose philosophy revolves around bringing order and detail to complex systems.

Their visual identity and stationary solution—designed in house—neatly leverages the associated patience, precision, professionalism and crafted quality of a clocksmith – through the fine line weights, generous letter and line spacing, traditional lock-up and copper foil print finish of the logo-type. And infuses this with the confident durability and industriousness of uppercase characters, concrete grey substrates, blind deboss and a weighty duplex business card, the subtle technological utility of the secondary typeface and the contemporary restraint of the layout.

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