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Maderista designed by Anagrama

Logo designed by Anagrama for San Pedro-based carpentry studio Maderista

Maderista is a San Pedro-based carpentry studio with more than 30 years of experience designing and crafting custom wood furniture. Multidisciplinary design agency Anagrama were recently commissioned to develop a new visual identity for Maderista that would convey its “proficiency and expertise in a modern and all-embracing way”.

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Griab designed by Kollor

Logo and stationery with fluorescent green print treatment for architecture and engineering firm Griab designed by Kollor

Griab is a Swedish engineering firm, founded in 1957 and located in Helsingborg, Sweden, that specialises in delivering a holistic design and build service that includes land planning, wastewater management, architecture and construction.

Developed by multidisciplinary design agency Kollor, Griab’s visual identity, “inspired by the the straight lines and shapes commonly seen in architecture” and created to help reinforce the firm’s environmental profile, includes a new logo-type, stationery and website based around a sans-serif logo-type, monospace typeface, grids, guides and a fluorescent green print treatment.

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Love Magna designed by Musa Work Lab

Logo and stationery with stamp and emboss detail for production studio Love Magna designed by Musa WorkLabs

Love Magna is a Lisbon-based boutique production studio drawing on a wealth of talent through international partnerships in its delivery of custom CGI, production and post production services. The studio’s visual identity, a combination of an on-trend, uppercase sans-serif logo-type set along a radial baseline, stamps, stickers and hand embossed detail, unbleached board and screen printed textile tote bag, designed by Musa WorkLab, convey a individualised craft approach while the high quality perceptions of a gold, black and cream paper combination across the studio’s script booklet adds depth to the practicality and economy of the print work.

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