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Zerogon designed by Nicholas Hawker

Logo designed by Nicholas Hawker for Australian software engineering firm Zerogon

Zerogon, (a mathematical term to describe a circle visualized as a polygon that has no edges or vertices) is an Australian software engineering firm that focuses on developing practical solutions for businesses. Their new identity and stationary, designed by Melbourne based graphic designer Nicholas Hawker, is a visual abstraction of the Zerogon concept that appears to balance both a mathematical and mechanical visual style.

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ALA Architects designed by Kokoro & Moi

ALA Architecture branding designed by Kokoro & Moi

ALA is an architectural firm based in Helsinki, Finland that aims to conceive and create structures with surprising engineering solutions utilised for residential housing, high-rise properties, centres of culture and underground stations. ALA commissioned international and design consultancy Kokoro & Moi to create their new identity and resolve the company’s solid cross disciplinary experience and creative approach.

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S.C.J designed by Lundgren+Lindqvist

Stationery design by Lundgren+Lindqvist for Swedish bespoke furniture designer and manufacturer Sebastian C. Johansson

Sebastian C. Johansson is a Swedish bespoke furniture designer and manufacturer based just outside of Gothenburg who specialises in modernistic and functional pieces described as ‘intentionally rough around the edges’. He comissioned design studio Lundgren+Lindqvist with creating an identity system that represented his approach to design, view of materials and functionality while delivering the consistency of a professional business practice.

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