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Opinion by Richard Baird
Inspired by the spontaneity and celebratory energy of parties and exploring the idea that curating great events is an art form, design studio Bond crafted a visual identity for new luxury event planning business Moriarty based around a series of abstract ink illustrations. These are paired with high quality dyed papers and boards, bringing a measured and distinctive contrast to printed assets that included folders, business cards and pitch documents.
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